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    BBC: World's Busiest Cities; on Netflix

    This show follows 4 BBC journalists on tour of some of the craziest cities on Earth. One of the journalists is a wheelchair user. Looks like a para of some sort. Pretty cool seeing him get around these places, when his segments come up. Edit: his name is Ade Adetipan.
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    Ade has been making travel shows for the BBC for many years and often visits inaccessible place around the world. He had polio as a child which led to the loss of use of his left leg, but can hobble around a little.

    Not sure if the links will play outside the UK without a VPN: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/n13...episodes/guide

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