In the UK there are around 365,000 people who are registered as blind or with severe eyesight problems and it’s only right that they should expect a normal life and access to the kinds of entertainment that everyone else is. Sky provide audio descriptions for around 30% of their programming, with the exceptions being Sky Sports and Sky News, which already have a high quantity of descriptive audio. That's great news for those with eyesight problems, but it doesn't exactly help us turn them on. So, before you call the Sky customer phone number, read this guide:
Turning on audio descriptions during a TV programme is achieved thusly:
That will switch audio descriptions on temporarily until you change channel, to turn on audio descriptions permanently follow these instructions.
If your box is made by Sky, follow these instructions
With these settings changed, you or your loved one can get back to enjoying some of the best TV around, along with audio descriptions which help those with eyesight problems get into the drama too. These are the channels that Sky currently operate audio descriptions on:
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