Blind and Beyond Radio Show
I'm a 75-year-old sighted woman in Florida who listens to your show every Sunday night. I found you about a year or two ago and think you're doing a wonderful job. Keep it up.
Sue Rosenthal - South Florida
Had an inspiring and eye-opening conversation with the incredible team behind the Blind and Beyond Radio Show! 🌟
I recently had the pleasure of connecting with Michael Golder and Lynne Golder, the passionate hosts and executive producers of this one-of-a-kind radio show dedicated to the blind and visually impaired community. It was truly enlightening to learn about their mission to educate, entertain, and build bridges between sighted and visually impaired individuals.
📻 With over 1.5 million weekly listeners in the US and a global reach, their show is making a significant impact in raising awareness about vision loss and providing a platform for open dialogue and understanding.
🤝 I'm excited about the potential collaboration opportunities and can't wait to see how we can work together to support their cause and empower the blind and visually impaired community. Stay tuned for more updates!
Dr. Muhammad Saad
The Blind and Beyond Radio Show is an exciting program . It is entertaining, fun, and very informative. Terry from Connecticut.
IN MEMORIUM: HARRIETTE BERMAN APRIL 8, 2023 - NEW YORK CITY, N.Y.
Harriette was a loyal listener. She posted this message on Facebook just one week before she died.
"I really enjoy Blind and Beyond Radio. It is informative and helpful but it is also entertaining. Michael is great with the music and they exude cheer and always leave me uplifted. It is appropriately named Blind and Beyond."
Hello! I have enjoyed The Blind and BEyond Radio Show for just a little over 4 years now, and I find it very informative as well as entertaining. They cover a variety of topics that educate the sighted community about what people with blindness or vision loss can do in mainstream society. Also, those who are blind or have partial vision can learn some tips and tricks they never thought of before, and even hobbies can be introduced. There are also fun contests and prizes that add spice to the show. All in all, I find The Blind and Beyond Radio Show to, as host, Michael Golder states, be the bridge between the blind and sighted communities; and no truer words have ever been spoken! Thank you and God bless you.
I’m Kerri Giesbrecht from British Columbia, Canada. Canada is large than the United States in land mass and as such, there are many uninhabited areas. Blind and low vision individuals often experience isolation due to the distance factor and there are fewer programs and employment opportunities.
So it was with great excitement that a friend, Kristine Beltz called me and we listened to blind and beyond radio show. I was immediately enrolled. What drew me in was that it is a bridge between the sighted community and the blind community. I also enjoy the camaraderie between Lynn, Michael, Chris Shaw and the callers. I enjoy the guests who showcase many low vision and blindness products and I’ve learned of many resources for the blind due to this program. My favourite aspect of this show is the positive can do attitude, the attitude that says that people with visual impairments do not have to live a life of emptiness, devoid of stimulation; we live a life of purpose, meaning and inspiration. Thank you!
Hi folks, my name is Anthony all the way from Calgary Alberta Canada. Listening to the Blind And Beyond radio show is a great 2 hours. I don’t always get to listen live but know I can catch the program later. Have been a fan of the show since before the show started, what made me go wow was the idea that a blind person can syndicate and do so well, with a large market of both blind and sighted folks in the US it is great you are the Bridge between the blind and sighted communities. If Michael and Lynne won’t say it I will, important listeners support the advertisers. I always look forward to the new shows and the guests they bring on, the great banter between Michael Lynne and their co hosts.
Stephanie Karin Brewer
This show is an educational, empowering and enlightening show for both the blind and sighted! My family and I tune in as much as we can since we have a blind family member, and we have learned a lot! Thank you Blind & Beyond!
Ron C. Peck
Blind and Beyond Radio Show is a beacon of light focusing on the blind and visually impaired community. Guests are interesting and Michael and Lynne Golder, Co-...Host and Executive Producer work tirelessly to bring interesting people to the radio show. Take time to listen in to the show. Thank you Michael and Lynne for all you do honoring your audience and guests. Regards, Ron, Blind Judo Foundation.
“I’ve known Michael and Lynne Golder for several years now and in that time they’ve proven to be steadfast champions for the empowerment of people living with vision loss. As a mother of a child with sight-impairment, and as the leader of an organization that serves Central Florida’s community of blind and visually impaired, I am always seeking out opportunities and forums where I can carry our message that a full life is possible beyond the restrictions of vision loss. The Blind & Beyond Radio Show is one such forum. The show is fun and informative and not at all afraid to tackle the tough issues. I like the way it actively challenges myths and stereotypes associated with people living with vision loss and seeks to build a bridge of understanding between the sighted community and the community of blind and visually impaired individuals. If Blind & Beyond didn’t exist, someone would have to create it because it is truly an indispensable resource and I’m happy to call its hosts colleagues and friends.”
Lee Nasehi, President and CEO of Vision Serve Alliance
Past President and CEO, Lighthouse Central Florida
2500 Kunze Ave.
Orlando, FL 32806
Charting a course for Living, Learning and Earning with vision loss. -Lighthouse mission statement.
The Blind and Beyond radio show is an excellent opportunity to learn and discuss issues facing the blind and visually Impaired community. I have been on the show a number of times as a Rehabilitation Professional who works with blind and visually impaired......and, as a friend to the show. I am always pleased to answer questions and to learn about special upcoming events in the community. Michael and Lynne Golder have put their heart and soul into the show and it shows. Every time I am on the show the times goes so fast, but when you are having fun….
Can’t wait until I am ask to be on the show again.
Can’t wait until I am ask to be on the show again.