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Episode 6 - Bee Price

Season 1, Ep. 6

In this episode, Emma talks to Bee Price who has Charles Bonnet Syndrome. Bee is 87 years old and discusses growing up during World War 2 as well as working as a teacher during her life.


Bee talks about starting to lose her sight around age 55 before being diagnosed with glaucoma and later on with Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS). CBS causes people who have lost a lot of vision to see things that aren’t really there – medically known as having a hallucination.


This episode was recorded remotely in September 2020.


Do feel free to get in touch with the team with feedback or future guest suggestions by emailing thevippod@gmail.com


Interviewed by Emma Martins

Produced & Edited by Michael Wordingham and Rupert Mountjoy



Podcast artwork by Jimmy Scofield

Website: www.jimmyscofield.com

Contact: jimmy.scofield.design@gmail.com

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Intro music is "Ghost Byzantine" by Blue Dot Sessions, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License via the Free Music Archive.


Interlude and Outro music is "Dead River" by Blue Dot Sessions, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License via the Free Music Archive

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Season 1, Ep. 5
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