As part of the RNIB’s Make a Noise In Libraries Fortnight, the Home Library Service invited some of our visually impaired readers to hear the celebrated narrator Gordon Griffin. Gordon has recorded over 600 audio books in his professional life, and gave an entertaining talk on the process of how a book is recorded – including a live performance!
Thanks to WF Howes publishers and to the RNIB, who provided a volunteer to answer participants’ queries.
“fascinating insight into how books are recorded”
“thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining”
If you’d like to hear Gordon’s work for yourself, you can find his Talking Books on the library catalogue, and download his e-audiobooks via our OneClick Digital site (see more information on how to sign up for free e-audiobooks).