This is just a quick update post for everyone that isn’t following on Twitter or Facebook. Those that do have already likely seen this. Several times.
A week or so ago I was contacted by the producer of the BBC’s In Touch programme asking if I would be available for a chat about accessible board games. As you might imagine, I was, and a short time after that I was in the BBC Aberdeen studio recording for an episode. If you’re interested, and given you’re checking out this blog I assume you are, you can find it here.
I haven’t actually listened to it myself yet because I need to work up the courage to hearto myself speak. I honestly don’t know how anyone around me can stand it . It was an interesting discussion though and it seems to have been reasonably well received. Kate Evans of UKGE and Dan Rugman of the Braille Chess Association were also guesting. I’m hopeful that this chat will spark off a few further collaborations with UKGE on their accessible games provision. In 2018 we did a seminar there on the topic, but Kate seems keen to double down on that. If you missed our seminar, you can watch it below.
This was a great opportunity for us to get the word out to a wider audience on the UK’s national broadcaster, and I am very grateful that they thought to get in touch. Check it out if you’re interested.
 Spoiler alert, they can’t