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National Inclusion Week: Disability - Making Scripted Productions More Inclusive

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Headshot: Jordan Hogg

About the Paneillists

Jordan Hogg - Director

Jordan has directed on long running soaps from Hollyoaks to Casualty, and more recently Channel 4’s Screw. Jordan, who has cerebral palsy, is currently lead directing a brand new BBC One drama, Ralph & Katie – the first drama to feature two learning disabled lead actors.


Headshot: Bryony Arnold

Bryony Arnold – Producer

Bryony is a disabled Drama producer, whose credits include Then Barbara Met Alan (BBC), Treason (Netflix) and Peaky Blinders (BBC & Netflix). She is also co-director of Deaf & Disabled People.



Headshot: Genevieve Barr

Genevieve Barr – Writer

Genevieve is a deaf screenwriter and actor – her writing credits include Ralph & Katie, Then Barbra Met Alan and CripTales. She has had roles in The Accident (Channel 4) and Call the Midwife (BBC). Channel 4 has recently greenlit her original thriller drama, ID.


Headshot: Amy Conachan

Chair: Amy Conachan – Actress

Most known for her roles as Courtney in Hollyoaks and onstage in Orphans, Actress Amy Conachan will ask our esteemed HETV panellists: "What three things did you do to make a difference on the production?”