Conversation between audiobook reader and audiobook listener, John and Roger, about how Roger lost his sight ten years ago and the impact it has had on his life.
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BBC Radio Devon, Plymouth
Palmer, John, 1946- (male, headteacher, retired), Bonner, Roger, 1948- (male, consultant on international development)
BBC Radio Bristol
Roger describes how he lost his sight ten years ago and the impact it has had on his life. He talks about how much he used to enjoy reading before he was blind and how he now listens to audiobooks instead. John reads books for the Royal National Institute of Blind People Talking Books service. They discuss their love of reading and how John really brought the book 'Travels with Boogie' to life for Roger.
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