More information about my up and coming travel documentary with a little taster to grab your interest :).
Good afternoon from the Travel Show The Travel Show has a lovely video which you might be interested in promoting. Tony Giles, who is completely blind and severely deaf, is backpacking independently around the world and has visited more than 120 countries. On his travels around Ethiopia he visits a studio containing paintings which were part of a wider exhibition designed for blind and partially sighted people to experience through touch. Tony says: “So many times you go to art galleries with friends and you sort of feel excluded, but touching this art made me feel included… its art I can appreciate. I felt equal.” https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/disability-48530433/touching-paintings-i-feel-included-in-art
Showing on BBC World News Friday 7 June (21:30 GMT), Saturday 8 (02:30) and Sunday 9 (04:30).
UK viewers can also watch it on BBC News, Saturday (05:30, 10:30 GMT) and Sunday (1:30, 13:30).
Or catch the episode on BBC iPlayer here:
I hope everyone will be able to view it at some stage. I hope everyone will be so intrigued and amazed, you will visit Tony’s wonderful website: www.tonythetraveller.com And buy and download his fun and fascinating travel biographies: Seeing the World My Way and Seeing The Americas My Way. Thanks so much to everyone for following and supporting.
From Montreal, Canada. Have a wonderful day and weekend, Tony :)