Making images of Doctor Who accessible to blind and partially sighted children.
This struck such a chord with me and I don't know why. As someone unaffected by any visual disability, I've been able to enjoy Doctor Who all my life with no hindrance to my viewing. I've seen all the worlds and times the TARDIS has taken us. And yet, selfishly, I never once thought about what it would be like not to have seen the show and only had the word of others to try and visualise it in my mind. I think this project is beyond exceptional and a true testament to one young man's passion and kindness. As many have said before me, the Doctor would be (and certainly is) proud of you, Louis x
Louis, I just learned about your project today from my friend Greg Hudson, and I want applaud you for being the first to make this possible. I knew audio, and even 3rd party-read versions, of published Doctor Who titles existed but this is a step far above, and one I hope becomes the norm for the visually impaired. I wish you the best of luck!
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