[access-uk] audio books.

  • From: "brian_dalton" <brian_dalton@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "access-uk" <Access-Uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 20:47:52 +0100


I have recently been involved with the setting up of an audio book club in
Dublin Ireland.

I believe that audio books are for everyone, not just blind/visually
impaired people. People are on the move so much these days, traveling by
car, by train or by bus. MP3 players are very popular, that it makes them
very accessible by everyone.

In our book club, we do have some blind and visually impaired people, but we
also have some fully sighted people too. We meet every two months, and
discuss two books at a time.

I have two questions.
1. is there any audio book club that either exist for blind and visually
impaired people in the uk, or is there any audio book club that exists for
both visually impaired and fully sighted people.
2. Are there any general email discussion groups for audio books? ones that
are not affiliated to any organization, such as calibre or RNIB for example?


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