What do blind people do? Interviews and conversations with highly accomplished with blind and sighted folks.
Season 2 Preview
Season 2 – all interviews to keep your mind engaged. I track down some of the most interesting people
during these uncertain times.
Ever heard those sounds in nature while watching a documentary? Episode 1 is an interview with an
Acoustical Ecologist, Gordon Hempton, known as the Soundtracker.
Can’t wait to see you on the cast!
Snow skiing, faucets and anxiety. Oh my!
Snow skiing, a quest for sensor faucets, yes faucets and how I manage my anxiety and fear.
I’ve spent the last couple of months teaching myself how to produce and edit the show. Consider this my debut!
I hope it brings a smile to you and yours during this time of uncertainty.
Philadelphia: Meet the Smedley's No Boundaries
Philadelphia is riddled with history. There is one family there that is adding to the long list of historical happenings. This episode is a conversation with Kristin Smedley, TED Talker, author, President of Curing Retinal Blindness Foundation and recent Award winner. She’s Mom to two young men who defy the term “blind” and a beautiful daughter who is blessed with vision beyond her years.
Sit in with us as I get one on one time with all four family members.
Enjoy this beautiful family.
Where have I been? Just because you can't see me doesn't mean I'm not here.
The hiatus is over. Knee replacement is over and recovery continues. The meds and I did not get along and it gave me time to reflect. Change is continuous.
Blind travel: Roll Down the Danube River with me.
Why does my vision show up one day and then be gone the next? And then travel to Europe with me.
Access the Viking River cruise and discover what hidden gem Bavaria holds for the blind.
Meet The Blind Guide, Ed Henkler as we talk about independence,
travel, and thriving. It is our belief that blindness does not stop us
from excelling. There’s also a segment which includes a hurricane, a
saxophone and a debut. His website, www.theblindguide.com, has
resources, remarkable blogs about what’s happening in the blind
community, technology and a terrific story.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Seeing another perspective
What a great way to gain understanding of a unique point of view. I enjoy the story telling and interviews that shine a light on the actual experience of blindness. It’s inspirational stuff - the surfing episode made me want to learn to surf! I also just enjoy the hosts voice, very easy listening.
Huge round of applause!
What an outstanding first episode! I’ve known Nancy for a long time - she has so much to offer to us all. I’m excited to see where this next endeavor takes her!