Being Joe

Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us?

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Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rptd Sat 7.45pm]

Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rpt of Sun 5.40pm] Then News.

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Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rpt of Sun 5.40pm] Then News.

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2/2. Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rptd Sat 7.45pm]

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2/2. Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rpt of Sun 5.40pm] News follows.

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2/2. Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rpt of Sun 5.40pm] News follows.

2/2. Michael Blastland describes scenes from the life of his severely disabled, autistic son Joe whose behaviour has moved him to anger, exasperation, laughter - and to ask a shocking question for a parent: Is it possible that Joe isn't one of us? [Rptd Sat 7.45pm]