Man with cerebral palsy finds passion in radio

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Harrison Holmes, a 21-year-old man from Cumbria with cerebral palsy, has found his passion in radio. Despite facing learning difficulties and a childhood filled with illness and hospital visits, music has been a constant in his life. Holmes has successfully joined a volunteer-run radio station in Barrow-in-Furness and hopes that his weekly show will eventually lead to his dream job at Radio 2. According to colleagues, he is loved by his listeners and has never wavered in his passion for radio.

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