Speed of Sound – Wednesday 8 March

This week’s show will be revisiting our experience of Zumba with Illuminate Freedom.  Additionally, we will be interviewing some other participants of Zumba and finding out how this opportunity can lead to career opportunities with Illuminate Freedom.

We will also be joined by Aaron Fowler from Disability Sports News, an online website, promoting disability sports across the UK.  Aaron will also be discussing the highs and lows of the England Blind Cricket team from their recent tour in India.

For more information, visit Illuminate Freedom: www.illuminatefreedom.co.uk

For more information, visit Disability Sports News: www.disabilitysportsnews.com

Click here to listen live from 9pm on Wednesday.

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