Letters Extra : Get the TES on tape

D G Crowley

Your newspaper generously allows us to record a selection on audio tape each week for the blind and visually impaired. You also frequently insert an advertisement of our service, but more people seem to read letters than ads! May I alert present and past members of my profession that this service exists.

We dispatch less than fifty tapes a week of this title, and statistically, therefore, we must be reaching a small fraction of ex-teachers who might wish to keep abreast of current educational news and comment. We record over two hundred titles at the National Recording Centre at Heathfield, East Sussex and dispatch tapes all over the country.

You can get more information by phoning us onnbsp;01435 866102, consulting our website: www.tnauk.org.uk or by emaling info@nauk.org.uk
D G Crowley
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