The Braille method of reading for people with a visual impairment, was designed by a Frenchman called Louis Braille in 1825. This system of raised dots gave blind people the ability to read.
The first Braille edition of the Radio Times, was published in 1927, and this copy came out three days before my third birthday in 1976.
It was sent to me by Margaret Reed, and I have no idea how anyone can possibly read this by touch alone.
I've tried to decipher the first page but found it almost impossible.
It's probably not a very good read anyway.
I might just skip to the end.
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