MP interviewed by town's audio news service
MP has been interviewed about her life as MP for the town's audio
Munt was interviewed on Saturday for Sounds and Voices, the audio
news service for the blind and visually impaired in Burnham and
was interviewed before her latest local surgery on Saturday by
Tony Deahl, this fornight's editor.
was previously interviewed for the service when she was a 'new
girl' in Westminster after being elected in 2010 (as pictured
below) and this week's second interview featured her life since
said: "We talked about her time in the role, including some
of the people she has met such as the Dali Lama and Barack Obama.
She also recounts her BBC Question Time experience and
what it is like to be interviewed by people such as Jeremy Paxman."
fortnightly Sounds and Voices programmes are produced in a studio
in The Old Courthouse in Jaycroft Road, Burnham.
receive memory sticks which can be played on very simple digital
equipment that is loaned completely free of charge to them.
programmes are composed of local news including from Burnham-On-Sea.com.
They also contain magazine items and interviews.
you would like to be a recipient of Sounds and Voices or you know
somebody who might benefit from the free service write to Sounds
and Voices, The Old Courthouse, Jaycroft Road, Burnham or call