This week we conclude our discussion with Joel Snyder about Audio Description in the USA and internationally. We discuss some of the advocacy strategies likely to prove most successful for Australian consumer groups and individuals. As well, a call for upcoming stories. Next week we’ll be discussing discrimination against Blind people, this time, not in the context of Guide Dog refusals, but against individuals just going about their daily business. We want to hear your discrimination story in brief, either as a recording or written down. We want to know what happened and what you did about it. Please send your recording or E-mail to or leave a message on the BCA feedback mailbox. Your story may be featured on the programme.

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