My Journals & Favourites

Here you’ll find links to my old journals and recent Favourites posts, where I share the various things I’ve been doing and enjoying. Some highlights are mentioned below, but in general these posts include mentions of:

  • Experiences – Socialising, travel, museums, theatre, events, walks, etc.
  • Entertainment – TV, movies, music, Youtube, games, audiobooks, etc.
  • Disability – Visual impairment, accessibility, assistive technology, etc.
  • Other – Home, work, education, health, current affairs, etc.

The posts are in the following formats:

I’m currently sharing my old journals as a weekly Throwback Thursday feature, in addition to my current monthly Favourites posts.

1990s Photos

2000-2001 Videos


These are the first of my regular journal posts, and they begin during my first year at university, so they often contain mentions of university work, exams and results. Other selected highlights include:

  • January-March – My first online journal, Jak & Daxter, The Matrix Revisited, School Disco compilation, Lynyrd Skynyrd box set, Queen albums, Minder.
  • April – Queen Mother’s funeral & Queen albums.
  • May – Bjorn Again (ABBA tribute band), friend’s wedding reception, Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert DVD, VH1’s 100 Greatest Men.
  • June – University Year 1 result, Exeter pizza and bowling, World Cup, Party At The Palace, School Disco compilations.
  • July-August – 19th birthday, university commendation, seagull down our chimney, charity It’s A Knockout, Exeter pizza and bowling, Wimbledon, Commonwealth Games, European Athletics Championship, Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring DVD.
  • September – London holiday, HMV music haul, National Theatre backstage tour, 9/11, Grand Theft Auto 3, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3.
  • October – University Year 2 starts, Grand Theft Auto 3, Queen, Madness, Angus Deayton leaves Have I Got News For You.
  • November – Friend’s birthday pizza, scratchcard win, Grand Theft Auto 3, School Disco compilation, Children In Need, BBC Radio 2’s Top 100 Number 1 Singles, BBC’s 100 Greatest Britons.
  • December – Christmas, college reunion disco, Freddie Mercury Solo Collection, British Comedy Awards, Joe Strummer’s death, Only Fools & Horses, year recap.


These posts take me from my second to third years at university, so again mention work, exams and results. Other selected highlights include:

  • January-March – Columbia disaster, Comic Relief, Led Zeppelin, digital radio.
  • April – Exeter pizza and bowling, police visit, London Marathon, David Jason’s award, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? cheating scandal.
  • May – Test The Nation IQ test, Die Another Day, Channel 4’s 100 Worst Britons, Eurovision.
  • June – Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone film, Queen: Live At Wembley, Led Zeppelin, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
  • July-September – University Year 2 result, 20th birthday, college reunion disco, old vinyl records, World Athletics Championship, David Blaine’s box stunt.
  • October – University Year 3 starts, Derren Brown’s Russian Roulette stunt, The Bill’s first live episode.
  • November-December – Christmas, Queen’s Greatest Video Hits 2, England’s Rugby World Cup victory, Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers DVD, final episode of Only Fools And Horses, BBC Big Read poll, New Year Honours, year recap.


These posts conclude my final year at university, so there are further mentions of work, exams and results. Other selected highlights include:

  • January – Bournemouth holiday, Burnout 2, Jools Holland’s Hootenanny, Channel 4’s 100 Worst Pop Records.
  • February-March – Burnout 2, Janet Jackson’s Superbowl incident, Madrid terrorist attacks, BBC’s Best British Sitcom poll.
  • April-May – Digital radio, Blender’s 50 Worst Rock Songs & 50 Worst Artists.
  • June – Final university exams, D-Day 60th anniversary, European elections, Euro 2004, BBC Radio 2’s Sold On Song Top 100.
  • July – University graduation, job hunting, Queen, Led Zeppelin.
  • August – Full university results, graduation souvenirs, 21st birthday, Dad’s hospital admission, Greece Olympics, Animal Games, Queen, Led Zeppelin.
  • September – Job hunting & placement offer, Burnout 3.
  • October – Work experience placement, John Peel’s death.
  • November-December – Work experience leads to temporary contract, front garden development, UK Music Hall Of Fame, Children In Need, Christmas, Planet Rock’s Top 100 Classic Rock Songs, year recap.


  • January-February – Temporary contract continues, Asian tsunami tributes & charity concert, Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King DVD, Live Aid DVD, The Bill’s police station fire, Channel 4’s 100 Greatest Music Videos.
  • March – School friend dies, Doctor Who: Series 1 launch, Comic Relief, Two Ronnies Sketchbook, Channel 4’s 100 Greatest Cartoons,
  • April – Temporary contract extended, Exeter socialising, drain problems, Queen Mania, Pope John Paul II dies, Two Ronnies Sketchbook & documentary, Amarillo charity single, Channel 4’s 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches & 100 Greatest Albums.
  • May – Exeter socialising, General Election, VE Day 60th anniversary, Champions League Final, Britain’s Most Watched TV.
  • June – Week in Exeter, Living Coasts, old college visit, Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith, Doctor Who: Series 1 finale, Queen’s Birthday Honours.
  • July – Live 8, London Olympics bid success, London bombings, Richard Whiteley’s death, Amir Khan’s boxing debut.
  • August – Job application & interview, 22nd birthday, JVC HDD/DVD/VCR recorder.
  • September – Job offer accepted, The Green Green Grass,  Hurricanes Katrina & Rita, ITV’s 50th anniversary, Queen & Paul Rodgers live album.
  • October – Digital Print World exhibition, Ronnie Barker’s death, Nine Million Bicycles single.
  • November – RNIB work equipment assessment, Bournemouth holiday, Children In Need.
  • December – Access To Work travel support, Christmas at home, Christmas meal with colleagues, Exeter socialising, Freeview digital TV, Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion, year recap.


  • January-February – Exeter socialising, building work, Tom Baker voice text messages.
  • March – New Dell PC & Windows XP: Media Center Edition, BT Broadband preparation, Two Pints Of Lager: Series 6, Commonwealth Games.
  • April – Access To Work assistive technology, International Printing Exhibition, BT Broadband installation, Doctor Who: Series 2 launch, ITV Play.
  • May – Mac training course, Exeter curry and quiz night, Bournemouth visit, MSN Messenger.
  • June – Health & Safety course, iTunes Store, World Cup.
  • July – Exeter socialising, Doctor Who: Series 2 finale, World Cup, Sport Relief.
  • August – 23rd birthday, work CCTV magnifier, Exeter socialising, terrorist plot foiled.
  • September – Colleague’s wedding reception, James Bond box set, Freddie Mercury: Lover Of Life & Singer Of Songs, Danger Mouse, Steve Irwin’s death, Richard Hammond’s dragster crash.
  • October – Exeter socialising, building work, DVD & music purchases.
  • November – Bournemouth holiday, new TV & home cinema system, Doctor Who DVD audio navigation, PDF vs Word at work, Dad’s eye operation, Children In Need.
  • December – Christmas at home, Christmas meal with colleagues, Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride & celebration concert, year recap.


  • January – Exeter socialising, arranging trips to Blackpool & Spain, MSC Napoli cargo ship crash.
  • February – Blackpool students conference, Exeter socialising.
  • March – Exeter socialising, Comic Relief, premium rate phoneline scandals.
  • April-May – Bournemouth & Exeter visits, Spain holiday preparations, Virginia Tech university shooting, GMTV phone-in scandal, Madeleine McCann disappearance.
  • May (Spain Holiday) – Torremolinos, accommodation, food & drink, shopping, Málaga, Ronda (including photos).
  • June-July – Social outing with colleagues, Doctor Who: Series 3 finale, London 2012 Olympics logo, floods.
  • August-September – 24th birthday, Portsmouth visit, Exeter socialising, Nokia 6300 phone, Northern Rock.
  • October-November – London visit for Nan’s 100th birthday (with photos), Bournemouth visit for best mate’s birthday, Exeter visit.
  • December – Christmas at home, Christmas meal with colleagues, Led Zeppelin reform, missing canoeist John Darwin, New Year Honours, year recap.


  • January-February – Exeter New Year party and social visits, norovirus, phoneline fault.
  • March – Work PC repair, Bionic Woman, UK earthquake, Prince Harry news blackout, Heathrow Terminal 5 opening, oldest recording of the human voice, Radio Times Top 25 TV Put-Downs.

I will list further journal posts here as I publish them in the weeks and months ahead, so keep checking back!


This was the first year I started blogging, so there are a few posts from this period about my adventures and favourite entertainment, in amongst the other content I published.


This was my first year living in London, so naturally it involved a lot of exploration and trying new things. I also wrote about my disability and other topics during the year, but these are the posts directly relating to my adventures and experiences:

A collage of 9 images of me, including at a quiz night, at an escape room, in a TV audience, with Emily Davison, posing with sunglasses by an old building, posing with a crowd on a football pitch, posing with 2 ladies on Tower bridge, looking at a piece of fur with a lady at the Natural History Museum, and giving a public talk.


This year I started posting monthly Favourites updates, summarising my adventures and the entertainment I’ve been enjoying. Sometimes they include links to more detailed blog posts on specific experiences and topics.

  • January – Harry Potter Studio Tour, Harry Potter exhibition, Information Age exhibition, Tate Modern, Beauty And The Beast panto.
  • February – Guest posts, Rare Disease Day, Winter (theatre show), Museum Of London, Imperial War Museum tour, Apsley House tour, London Vision pub social, Hampstead Heath, Talking Statues, Cities Talking app tours.
  • March – Primary school talk, Black Panther, Comedy Store Players, An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail, Wicked, Vitality Big Half Marathon, shopping (for clothes, home & Easter), flatbed microwave, Netflix stand-up comedy (Ricky Gervais, James Acaster & Katherine Ryan), Saturday Night Takeaway (Ant’s suspension), Rick Parfitt’s album.
  • April – Aniridia Network Conference, Naidex, ultrahaptics testing, Wallace Collection, Motown The Musical, Mile End Park, Victoria Park, Regent’s Park, Cunk On Britain.
  • May – Naidex radio interview, East London walks, Lloyd Park, Guildford, City Sculpture Trail, Bloomsbury app tour, Grand Union Canal meetup, Lush, Taskmaster, Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier, Humans, Greg Davies stand-up special, All The Stations documentary, Star Wars: The Last Jedi Blu-ray, Lockwood & Co audiobook.
  • June – Aniridia & Nystagmus Days, Shades For Sight, Peter Pan, Libby’s Eyes, Ocean Liners exhibition, Volcanoes & Earthquakes exhibition, Restless Surface exhibition, Mathematics exhibition, Teeth exhibition, Haunted London Tour, Loo Tour, Bloomsbury & Chelsea app tours, Young Sheldon, Christian O’Connell, 80’s Re:Covered album.
  • July – Assistive technology posts, guest post, Yoocan motivational quote, Go Ape, London Vision pub social, bowling, Monet exhibition, Mammals exhibition, Camberwell College Of Arts tour, haptic technology testing, Knightmare Live, Newham Carnival & Show, So What Now?, I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue.
  • August – Aniridia Day webinars, blogger shoutouts, A Monster Calls, Making The Modern World exhibition, Secret Life Of The Home exhibition, Greenwich walk, Portsmouth visit, D-Day Story museum, Torquay visit, Def Leppard box set and live album, Doctor Who: Series 9 Soundtrack, Adam Hills autobiography, Lush, food & home shopping, Amazon Smile.
  • September – Nystagmus Network Open Day, Richard Osman, guest posts, Dishoom!, Video Games exhibition, Buckingham Palace garden & State Rooms tours, Thames Path walks, Emirates Airline Cable Car, Taskmaster, Led Zeppelin live albums, Rolling Stones live albums, CD & DVD binders, Bensons For Beds, Lush.
  • October – Orbit Tower Abseil, Much Ado About Nothing, London Transport Museum, Audio Description study, Queen at Carnaby, East London Vision’s 5th birthday party, RNIB’s 150th anniversary, bowling, Doctor Who: Series 11, The Big Bang Theory: Seasons 11 & 12, Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, You Can’t Polish A Nerd, blogger shoutouts.
  • November – La Fille Mal Gardée, Comedy About A Bank Robbery, A Pupil, Angel Comedy Club, History Showoff, Madame Tussauds, Portsmouth visit, Mary Rose Museum, Bohemian Rhapsody movie, Audiobook Of The Year (No Such Thing As A Fish, guest post & blogger shoutouts.
  • Christmas – Food & Fashion – Social Christmas meals, M&S, Waitrose, Fortnum & Mason, Christmas jumper & gloves.
  • Christmas – Entertainment – New TV, Blu-ray player & soundbar, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, Doctor Who, Outlander, The Flash, Click & Collect, Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, Kenny Everett Video Show, BBC Christmas Tapes, Rolling Stones Blu-ray, Madness New Year Concert, Junior Choice & LadBaby.
  • Christmas – Out & About – A Christmas Carol (play), Dick Whittington (panto), It’s A Wonderful Life (film), Carols From Around The World (concert), A Time Traveller’s Christmas (exhibition) & London Zoo (evening event).
  • 2018 Review

Collage of 9 photos of Glen in 2018. The tall central photo shows Glen, Claire and James smiling and giving thumbs up below the tall Orbit Tower after their abseil. A column of 4 photos on the left shows Glen flying over Hogwarts castle on a broomstick, sitting in front of the London Eye, standing by the Freddie Mercury waxwork, and smiling while holding a plunger with a small model toilet on his head. The column of 4 photos on the right show Glen posing with members of East London Vision, student artist Nihan Karim, Aniridia Network members Fern and Jenny, and South East London Vision events organiser Jessica.


  • January – Anni Albers exhibition, Conductive Coding workshop, Museum Of Brands, Home Futures exhibition, London Vision socials, Mac Mojave update, Bird Box, blind people using phones, Outlander, 2Point4 Children.
  • February – Art Through Words workshop, Fan Museum tour, V&A Museum Of Childhood, Europe 1600-1815 exhibition, The White Album Box Set (The Beatles), Red Dwarf Blu-ray box set, Super Tile Smash, Captivating! Magazine, Nystagmus book, Rare Disease Day, podcasts.
  • March – Naidex, TFL Access All Areas, London Vision Information Day, Disabled Access Day guest posts, St Paul’s Cathedral tour, Cheshire Chuckle comedy night, The American Clock, Alys Always, Flight Paths, Postal Museum Tour, Tower Bridge Tour, Painted Hall reopening, British Museum sensory event, Sun exhibition, Tube Train Supper Club, All The Stations: Ireland, QI DVDs.
  • April – National Theatre tour, Hauser & Wirth Gallery tour, Smoke & Mirrors exhibition, riverside & park walks, Derren Brown: Sacrifice, Bohemian Rhapsody Blu-ray.
  • May – Documentary filming, Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels, Mary Quant exhibition, Food exhibition, Europe 1600-1815 exhibition, Beasts Of London exhibition, Big Bang Theory finale, Doctor Who: Series 11 Blu-ray, QI DVDs.
  • June – Liverpool holiday, Aniridia Network Conference speech, Leonard Cheshire podcast, See Differently documentary appearance, Van Gogh exhibition, Driverless exhibition, Sculpture In The City trail, Albert Bridge to Westminster Bridge walk, Finsbury Park walk, Toy Story 4, Black Mirror: Season 5, Good Omens, Def Leppard: CD Collection Volume 2, Rolling Stones: Bridges To Babylon, Freddie Mercury: Time Waits For No One.
  • Back On My Feet – PIP claim, illness & relationship updates.
  • July & August – Only Fools And Horses: The Musical, An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Manga exhibition, Blackfriars to St Katharine Docks walk, Regent’s Canal walk, Frieze Sculpture Park, RNIB Connect social, Newham Show, new iMac computer, Yesterday movie, The Beatles biography, classic films on Blu-ray, Red Dwarf replacement discs, Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes.
  • September – What Is Normal? documentary, Growing In Confidence With Aniridia speech, guest posts and article contributions, Albert Bridge to Wandsworth Bridge walk, Chuck, At Last The 1948 Show, Do Not Adjust Your Set, Backbone (Status Quo), Abbey Road Box Set (The Beatles).
  • October – PIP claim decision, health update, Pitch Black (audio game), Disability Emojis, Never Boring Box Set (Freddie Mercury), Toy Story 4, An American Werewolf In London, Doctor Who: Specials, Stranger Things, Would I Lie To You?, Taskmaster, Dave Gorman: Terms & Conditions Apply, Red Dwarf: Special announcement, Not Going Out: Halloween Special.
  • November – BBC World Service & 5 News appearances for Scope’s Big Hack, Parthenon course, Sight Village, Illuminated River, Netflix & iCloud scams, Monty Python Blu-ray box set, Fawlty Towers Blu-ray upgrade, Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes, The Big Bang Theory: Season 12, Tim Vine: Sunset Milk Idiot, The Cockfields, Taskmaster move to Channel 4, The Rolling Stones: Bridges To Buenos Aires, ELO: From Out Of Nowhere, Madness: Bullingdon Boys.
  • Christmas – Out & About – Troy exhibition, Play Well exhibition, festive displays in London & Exeter.
  • Christmas – Food – Socials, Lindt, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Walkers Shortbread.
  • Christmas – Entertainment – Disability Download podcast appearance, The Goes Wrong Show, The Simpsons DVD, Tim Vine DVD, How To Be Human, Worzel Gummidge, Paddington 1 & 2, Elf, Junior Choice, TV Themes documentary, Only Fools And Horses Musical soundtrack, Suzi Quatro, The Who, LadBaby.
  • 2019 Review

Collage of 9 photos of me in 2019, some with friends and some by myself. They show me admiring the view from a bridge in a park, riding on the Emirates Airline cable car, wearing my green-tinted sunglasses outside the Science Museum, posing by a red postbox in the Postal Museum and a War Horse model at the National Theatre, enjoying a pub social, giving a conference speech, eating dinner on a vintage Tube train, and appearing on 5 News on TV.


  • January – Wicked, An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail, Mars exhibition, Buddhism exhibition, RNIB audio description research, Enabled Living website panel, Accessible Holidays article contribution, Newham New Year Party, ten-pin bowling, Burgess Park, Earls Court Tardis, Doctor Who: Series 12, Crime Traveller, The Goes Wrong Show, Happy Death Day 1 & 2, Big Bang Theory: Season 12 Blu-ray, Family Guy: Season 19 DVD, Terry Jones’ death & Nicholas Parsons’ death.
  • February & March – Covid, Magic Goes Wrong, The Goes Wrong Show: Series 1 DVD, Science City Exhibition, Laughing Matters exhibition, Hintze Hall, Treasures In The Cadogan gallery, Images Of Nature gallery, Undercover Superhero guest post, VocalEyes meeting, RNIB Connect social, RNIB Reading Services, Doctor Who: Series 12, Doctor Who: Series 5 Blu-ray Steelbook, The X-Files: Blu-rays & soundtracks, After Life: Series 1, Outlander: Season 5, Secrets Of The Museum, Spying On The Scammers, Comedy roundup, Rik Mayall: Believe Nothing & Drop Dead Fred, Jumanji, Final Destination, Zombieland, Queen: Rock In Rio, Status Quo: Deluxe reissues.
  • Lockdown Weeks 1-2 – Blind people & Covid, Mac Catalina upgrade: Accessibility & Audiobooks. Apple Arcade: Spyder, Amazon Echo: Escape The Room.
  • Lockdown Week 3 – Snowdonia school trip, Apple Arcade: What The Golf?, Red Dwarf: The Promised Land, Have I Got News For You, Russell Howard’s Home Time, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.
  • Lockdown Week 4 – Audio Description Awareness Day, Quiz (ITV drama), Nystagmus Network Quiz, Apple Arcade: Tangle Tower, The Phantom Of The Opera, Captain Tom Moore.
  • Lockdown Week 5 – Article contribution, Scams, Big Night In, Captain Tom Moore, Love Never Dies, Accessible Theatre, After Life: Series 2, Locked Together podcast & Jason Manford.
  • Lockdown Week 6 – Colonel Tom Moore, Frankenstein, Treasure Island, Planes & Trains & Canes, The Staying Inn, Locked Together podcast, Good Omens, sports commentators, Mark Watson.
  • Lockdown Week 7 – New lockdown rules, VE Day, Katherine Jenkins, Star Wars: Episode IX Blu-ray, Doctor Who: Series 12 Blu-ray, The Last Leg, Russell Howard, QI XL, Julie Nolke, Jay Foreman, After Life: Outtakes, Kerry Ellis: Feels Like Home.
  • Lockdown Week 8 – America visit anniversary, Cats The Musical, Avenue Q, Outlander, Hidden London Hangouts, Charlie Brooker’s Antiviral Wipe.
  • Lockdown Week 9 – Global Accessibility Awareness Day, visually impaired bloggers and Youtubers, Climbing Blind documentary, Pompeii exhibition, Kimonos exhibition, Museums In Quarantine, The Walk movie, Alice Cooper, Captain Sir Thomas Moore.
  • Lockdown Week 10 – Lockdown update, scam warnings, Vikings exhibition, Lord Of The Rings reunion, Jumanji: The Next Level, nature webcams.
  • Lockdown Weeks 11-12 – CXcon & Aniridia Conference announcements, disability articles, A Monster Calls.
  • Lockdown Weeks 13-14 – Aniridia Day & Conference, Nystagmus Awareness Day, The Big Hack streaming services survey, Small Island, Reasons To Be Cheerful, Photographers’ Gallery tour, Doctor Who, Queen.
  • Lockdown Weeks 15-16 – CXcon accessibility event, RNIB World Upside Down campaign, family funeral, local walks, A Monster Calls, The Call Of The Wild, Next Up Comedy, Bec Hill, Ed Byrne, Georgie Morrell.
  • Lockdown Weeks 17-19 – CXcon article, Sight Village, visually impaired bloggers, Disney+, Hamilton, Outbreak, Contagion, Toy Story shorts, Jack Whitehall, Ed Byrne, Comedy Store, Jason Manford, Taskmaster, Bec Hill, The Rolling Stones, Queen.
  • August – Birthday meal, walks, Covid test & apps, Rising Phoenix, theatre accessibility, pavement parking, blogger lists, Our House musical, The X-Files Blu-ray set, Doctor Who Series 6 Blu-ray Steelbook, The Fast Show documentary, Red Dwarf documentary, Comic-Con panels, Derren Brown documentary, The Beatles, Queen.
  • September – Covid, disability news, VocalEyes reports, audio description, walks, Theatre Support Fund, Michael McIntyre, TV comedy, Archie Lyndhurst, The Rolling Stones, Madness, Kings Daughters, Queen, Nandi Bushell Drum Battle.
  • October – Lockdown 2, walks, face masks, BBC In Touch interview, Wind In The Willows musical, Taskmaster, Queen + Adam Lambert, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Sweet Charity Choir, Paul Harvey’s Four Notes.
  • November – Vaccines, US Election, Paul Merton DVD, Christmas music.
  • Christmas – Sainsbury’s, Greendale Farm, M&S, Accessible Advent, disability news, A Christmas Carol, Christmas At The (Snow) Globe, Royal Variety Performance, Mischief Movie Nights, Dick Whittington, Brian Conley, Doctor Who, The Demon Headmaster DVD, Home Alone films, Carry On films, The Thursday Murder Club, Frank’s Fund Comedy Fundraiser, Sarah Millican, Bad News DVD, Queen, Christmas music.
  • 2020 Review

A collage of 9 photos of Glen. The top row shows him standing by a blue police box, holding up a pint of cider in a pub, and standing near Tower Bridge. The second row consists of 3 face shots, 2 of which show him smiling while the third shows him talking during a Zoom call. And the bottom row shows him wearing 3 different masks, one of which has guitars on, one with text saying The Shows Must Go On, and one with a pattern of blue and white.


  • January – Captain Tom, Covid vaccinations, President Biden’s inauguration, disability documentaries, Natural History Museum, Mischief Movie Nights, Noel’s House Party, Staged, Mr Bean, Brittas Empire, Sarah Millican, Suzi Quatro, Wellerman Sea Shanty.
  • February – 5-year blogiversary, my 1st Covid vaccination, Thursday Murder Club, Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Steelbook, Exeter WWII bomb, Mischief Movie Nights, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Musicals: The Greatest Show, Queen.
  • March – Easter treats, disability bloggers & podcasts, Rafie Cecilia accessibility paper, VocalEyes, Mischief DVDs, Showstopper! musicals, QI audience experience, Noel’s House Party, Taskmaster, The Vicar Of Dibley, Comic Relief, Funny Festival Live, Just A Minute, Queen, Kerry Ellis.
  • April – Lockdown easing, disability articles, MS Awareness Week, Doctor Who Series 8 Blu-ray Steelbook, Noel Edmonds’ Saturday Roadshow, Dave Gorman’s Modern Life Is Goodish, No Such Thing As A Fish 20 hour podcast, What A Flanker podcast, Julie Nolke, Queen album review, Brian May & Kerry Ellis, The Who Sell Out.
  • May – My 2nd Covid vaccination, back injury, Andaseat gaming chair, VocalEyes survey, Guide Dogs documentaries, Tipping Point’s visually impaired contestant, Saw 1-8 Blu-ray set, The Babysitter films, Escape Room film, Taskmaster, Dave Gorman, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The Simpsons, Mischief Movie Nights, Madness concert & documentary, Queen.
  • June & July – Thames Walk, Olympics, Paralympics, Russell Howard Stands Up To The World, Ronnie Corbett’s Lost Tapes, Morecambe & Wise’s Lost Tapes, Secrets Of The London Underground, Secrets Of The V&A Museum, The Flash, Doctor Who, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Mischief Movie Nights, Dad’s Army Movie Blu-ray, Outnumbered DVD set, Def Leppard albums box set, Rolling Stones: Copacabana Beach Blu-ray set, Queen album review, Stand Up For The NHS.

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