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The Seasons of the Blind is a radio play by R.C. Scriven. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 22 October 1968, and was commissioned by the BBC to mark the centenary year of the Royal National Institute for the Blind[1].

PlotEdit

A verse play about how the blind must rely on their memories and remaining senses in order to experience the passing of the seasons.

CastEdit

Critical ReceptionEdit

"There can rarely have been a more intensely visual programme...I do not remember ever to have received in sound alone so visual an impression of landscape; it was as if by some process of direct transmission the writer's vision had been implanted in my brain...sharp in every detail" - David Wade, The Times

ReferencesEdit

  1. Scriven, R.C. The Seasons of the Blind and other radio plays in verse BBC Books London 1974

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