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Amar Latif Mar 14
This time last week I was incredibly nervous and excited at the thought of hitting your screens. I am still so blown away by the response and the lovely messages from you all. If you missed it, you can catch it again on BBC iPlayer! -
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Karla Standen Mar 7
This is a beautiful programme. Can they have their own show travelling to different countries
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Amar Latif Mar 10
Really excited that is airing again tonight at 7pm on ⁦⁩. Myself and ⁦⁩ adventure together across . Thanks for all the wonderful comments, very touched.
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Chris B Mar 7
was just lovely.
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MumandSon_Adventures Mar 7
Just watched on BBC2 and it was so interesting to see a different perspective on travelling and experiencing the world. Also Turkey looks like a beautiful location!
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In All Senses Mar 7
"The biggest sound I can hear is silence". So much focus of travel and experiences is on for sighted people rather than letting information from other senses get heard amidst the visual noise.
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BBC Press Office Feb 27
"I'm going to go travelling with a blind man who I've never met before" 's new doc is part of - a major new BBC season exploring relationships across divides. All programme info, inc new doc, here:
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Siobhan Meade Mar 14
Just catching . Amazing, there is nothing people with a visual impairment can’t do without motivation and determination. I love how it showcases blindness, and anything is possible if you want it enough. I love travelling, even though I’ve no site
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Sam Mar 7
is wonderful. Both Amar & Sara are marvellous together. Her descriptions of sunrise and sounds are perfect. The sense of loss for Amar is heartbreaking though.
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Amar Latif Mar 21
Calling all night owls and those who just can’t seem to grab 40 winks, Travelling Blind is hitting your screens again tomorrow at the midnight feast friendly time of 1.45am on ! Will you be tuning in?
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L-A-G Mar 7
Being so completely in love with i may be a bit biased but this is the most beautiful, interesting thing i have watched so far this year. What a lovely guy Amar is.
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Oliver Skehan Mar 10
If you didn't see on the other night that's ok but don't make the same mistake again and WATCH IT tonight at 7. Beautiful, uplifting, moving and a must see for anyone with travel in their heart. PS. The hot-air balloons over Cappadocia = breathtaking.
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Vicki Lightfoot Mar 7
Just watched on bbc2 fascinating and factual must ensure we embrace all our senses.
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Sarah Hanner Hopwood Mar 7
Imagine forgetting what a sunrise looks like 😢
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Simon Bates Mar 7
Jesus I am in bits. This is the best TV in ages. People who have it in for the BBC are just nuts
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Rubixtheduck Mar 7
What a great programme is. I'm going to use it for students so that they understand the power of description.
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Bruna McAtassassaney Mar 10
is a wonderful programme. Turkey the most beautiful country but helps you to experience it as a person who cannot see it and that brings it even more to life.
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Jason Mar 7
Watching the incredible on BBC2 with . Perhaps it’s just me and my state of mind, but it is incredibly moving. Genuinely can not describe it. Watch it if you can!
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sam bramwell Mar 7
Seems like being blind makes you take your time, absorb what’s going on around you. So in a way you experience more
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Stacie deans Mar 21
Watching BBC 2 amazing show but I'm cringing so much at how uncultured and rude the tour guide Sarah is restricting his journey. Eww her humour doesn't make up for it shes awful traveller 🙈
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