A programme on the portrayal of disability over the past 50 years (with the above title) will be broadcast on BBC2, at 9pm on Friday 25 June. According to the schedule it will be :
A humorous and irreverent look at the way disability has been portrayed on TV over the last 50 years, narrated by David Walliams. From Sandy in Crossroads to Brenda in The Office, we’ll see how the subject has been done well, how it’s been done badly and how box ticking and the odd token wheelchair has helped this process. We look at the astonishing journey from Ironside to Cast Offs, Monty Python to The Office and Little Britain.
Whether it is humourous, remains to be seen.