One of the cricketing world's most famous voices was in Nottingham today, to open a new sensory room at Carlton Digby Special School.
Jonathan Agnew, or "Aggers" as he is known to cricket fans, has been involved with the Lords' Taverners charity for decades. It specialises in giving disabled children access to sport. Jane Hesketh reports.
School leavers who have a passion for dancing held their first of two special performances last night.
The entertainers at Freefall Dance, all of which have severe learning disabilities, celebrated the group's 10th anniversary last night with the start of a two night performance at Birmingham's Hippodrome.
Rajiv caught up the group at a training session before the big event.
School leavers with severe learning disabilities and a passion for dancing are preparing to wow audiences tonight with a special performance.
They're celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Freefall Dance Company, which is run by former dancers from the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Fox Hollies Performing Arts College in Mosley.
The company says dancing raises their confidence and improves their self-esteem.
Lee Fisher, from the Birmingham Royal Ballet said: "They get all the benefits that anybody would get from dance, physical well being, but also an opportunity to be creative, an opportunity to be part of a community and to be able to male independent choices about what they want to perform."