Last year, after it became too much of a bother to maintain the list of DVDs with audio description and Carol McGregor got on my case too many times about it, I published it on Wikipedia, where anyone could edit it.

And pretty much nobody did. So they held a voted and deleted it.

That’s showbiz. Apparently people are so uninterested in accessible DVDs that all of them put together cannot muster enough energy to keep a list of them alive.

My old, and now outdated, list is still online.

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