London Beyond Sight - Audio Description of London Landmarks by key LONDONERS
The VocalEyes London Beyond Sight project is now live on our website.
A resource audio describing London’s landmarks for blind and partially sighted people, both visitors and Londoners alike.
VocalEyes has invited a number of prominent Londoners to give their voice to and work with our professional describers to create a series of descriptions for landmarks and hidden gems in London. The famous Londoners will give their reasons for selecting their landmark and share some fascinating stories and personal memories.
Do visit the London Beyond Sight page of our website to listen to the audio descriptions.
You will also find below on this web page links to view / download the scripts of the London Beyond Sight audio files as Word documents.
Look out for more London Beyond Sight news on our website as well as on Twitter by following @VocalEyesAD and look out for the hash tag #londonbeyondsight or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bravo London Beyond Sight from Art Beyond Sight. Since 2006, our New York Beyond Sight has offered verbal descriptions of our city’s landmark buildings, public art and historic sites via online recordings by prominent New Yorkers www.nybeyondsight.org. We are delighted that now UK natives and tourists, sighted and blind, can similarly enjoy London's visual riches. Our two sites reflect two great cities and are inspiring models for cities around the world! - Elisabeth Axel, founder and president, Art Beyond Sight
VocalEyes would like to thank the following funders for their kind support in making this project possible: -
Greater London Fund for the Blind
The Coutts Charitable Trust
D D McPhail Charitable Settlement
The Mackintosh Foundation
The Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers
The Carmen Butler-Charteris Charitable Trust
The Dorothy Hay-Bolton Charitable Trust
The Leathersellers Company Charitable Fund
Miss W E Lawrence 1973 Charitable Settlement