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Acting on the radio is challenging, inspiring, delicate and always a privilege.


The first series of My Life was broadcast in 2010 on BBC in six episodes, David Tennant narrated the fourth installment, "Karate Kids", about three disabled children who take up martial arts to help improve their movement.

"The children all attend a pioneering school for children with physical disabilities in London and one of the 12-year-old boys, Tim, has never been able to move or communicate unaided.

He relies on his mum and best friend Francis to get his thoughts to the outside world." - CBBC

The 30 minute programme was written and directed by John Walsh and was broadcast on March 13, 2010 on CBBC.

"A touching and thought provoking insight into the world of disability, fused with great emotion, humour and joy."

The show was nominated for a children's award BAFTA for best Factual Film, but lost out to another of David's narrated documentaries Caught in the Web.


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