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Sean Douglas

Season 1, Ep. 7


Welcome to the Move Beyond Words podcast series. Join us as we amplify the voices of dyslexic people from various backgrounds, like us. As two dyslexic creatives, we want to start a conversation about it and share our journey...from the challenges to the countless rewards.


In this, Elizabeth and Charlotte are joined by the outspoken and dyslexia positive voice of Sean Douglas. Sean is a successful content producer, specialising in video and podcasting, having worked with likes of the BBC and The 

National Trust. 


Sean created the website and podcast designed for adults with dyslexia, named The

CodPast.


Sean has been public in voicing his concerns regarding Dyslexia discrimination in the workplace, appearing on a

number of panels and broadcasts.


To find out more about us and our various projects, visit movebeyondwords.co.uk


To discover Sean's work on dyslexia, visit https://thecodpast.org/


This podcast is part of a wider collaboration from the Move Beyond Words team.

Hosts: Elizabeth Arifien and Charlotte Edmonds.

MBW’s project manager, Hannah Gibbs

Podcast Producer: Niall Killeney-Taylor

Art and Design: Alex Colehan

Marketing, Digital and Press: Sian Gilling 

Original Score: Tom Parker



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