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The kindness of a man and his car

Well here goes with another travel related moan. Although its not holey a moan. I had to go out this morning. Mondays are my days for bereavement counselling at Mind in Croydon. So, I walked out the front door and … Continue reading

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Have finally seen it!

My cinema did show Harry Potter this week with audiodescription. I went with my mum and sister and enjoyed the film despite the lack of heating in the cinema and the fact I needed to go to the loo for … Continue reading

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Independence or provardo?

If your blind getting out and about isn’t easy even at the best of times. One way or another a lot of us manage it though. Let me take you back 48 hours to Tuesday morning. Here’s the situation. I … Continue reading

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Bang goes the door on improvements to audiodescriptions at cinemas

I was finally able to speak to someone from Vue Cinemas who took responsibility and explained what the situation was concerning the latest harry Potter film and audiodescription. Whilst she was very friendly and polite, I ended the conversation feeling … Continue reading

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How many of you will be watching Harry Potter this week?

Two days ago the latest in the Harry Potter films appeared in the cinemas on general release. As a big Potter fan, I have all the books in DAISY audio format and most of the films on DVD. I was … Continue reading

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