Joshua Muggleton - Media Work[ Short Bio | Back to my Home page | Writings | Speaking Engagements | Twitter | mugsy.org Home Page ]
Here are some press and media articles and videos that I have been involved in.I was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 for Anti-bullying week in November 2006. You can also read an interview I did for BBC Online. I hope it helps to raise the issue of bullying for kids like me in schools.
In December 2006 I was featured in the BBC Radio 4 series "Am I Normal?". You can listen to it here. You need to have Real Player installed on your computer.
In Summer 2007 I was interviewed for More 4 News for an item about Autism, the use of computers and the Autistic Liberation Front. Here's a link to the Channel 4 page. Click on the "Watch the Report" link to view the video. There is a direct link to the video here.
I have been interviewed twice by Disability Now magazine. You can read a very short interview for their January 2007 edition here and a longer interview in their September 2007 edition here.
My voice was recorded for the BAFTA award winning animated series Troubled Minds - Four Stories which was shown on TV in 2008. It can be viewed online here. Asperger's Syndrome is the 3rd short story of this 15 minute programme and starts around 7:20 minutes into the programme..
I was interviewed live by CNN during their feature marking World Autism Awareness Day 2nd April 2008. You will probably need a broadband connection in order to view my 5 minute interview.Please note that the sound and video quality is not as good as it could be. That's due to a faulty cable tv connection, transfer from video tape, and the fact that the interview was done over Skype. Watch more of the CNN special coverage here.
I was interviewed by the BBC opening up my A-level exam results in Bath on 14th August 2008. You will probably need a broadband connection in order to view the short interview which is followed by 2 other students talking about their results.This was an important day in my life as it enabled me to fulfill my dream of going to the University of St Andrews.
|In 2008-09 I took part in a year long Channel
4 project called Year Dot. Most of the
now available online, and there are links to
specific videos on my speaking
In 2010 I helped lead a workshop on mental health issues with young people who have ASD's. You can watch the excellent film that we produced.
In 2011 I was featured in an article in Special Children magazine.
In 2012 I was featured in an article in SEN magazinne.