BBC Radio London's monthly programme for the blind and partially-sighted.
This month a look back at some of the people who've featured on the programme in the past and what they've achieved - including a woman who got her sight back in her 30s, two blind sportsmen who think nothing of rock-climbing and ski-ing, and a doctor who went blind and found a new way to use his medical qualifications.
Presented and produced by ANN KAYE
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