A podcast interviews a blind architect about life and work
A towering glass dome shown from insideIf you are a fan of podcasts, you should definitely give this one a listen. The RNIB Radio Connect is a weekly podcast that showcases visually impaired people from all walks of life who are doing the best they can and succeeding in a multitude of ways, big and small.

The podcasts can be entertaining, enlightening and educational, all at the same time.

In this episode, an architect who had brain surgery and woke up blind talks about continuing his work and how he has made that possible. 

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