BBC charity appeal raises £8,000


Following transmission of the Nystagmus Network’s Radio 4 appeal, presented by Richard Osman, the charity has received universally positive feedback on the clarity of the broadcast’s message. One listener, in his 70s, said he had learned more about nystagmus in those 3 minutes than throughout the rest of his life. We have been contacted by … Continue reading BBC charity appeal raises £8,000

Missed the appeal? Listen again!


If you missed Richard Osman presenting the Nystagmus Network charity appeal on BBC Radio 4 at 07.54 this morning you can listen again now. Listen again here Make a donation to the appeal here Huge thanks to Richard and to everyone for donating to the appeal. Your generosity will ensure that the charity can continue … Continue reading Missed the appeal? Listen again!

Richard Osman to voice Radio 4 appeal


The Nystagmus Network is delighted to announce that it has been granted a BBC Radio 4 charity appeal. The appeal will be presented by well known TV presenter, broadcaster and author, Richard Osman on Sunday 5 July. Richard has nystagmus himself and says it is his “absolute pleasure” to be able to support the charity … Continue reading Richard Osman to voice Radio 4 appeal

Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 9


We asked a group of Nystagmus Network supporters what questions they would most like to put to nystagmus researchers. Then we found researchers to answer them. Your questions were answered by Jay Self (JS), a Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist at University of Southampton and nystagmus researcher and Helena Lee (HL), a Consultant Ophthalmologist at University of … Continue reading Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 9

Nystagmus, the way we see it


If you’ve ever wondered how a person with nystagmus sees or how the condition affects their sight, listen to Richard, Harriet and Will explain in our video. You can show our video to anyone or use it, completely free of charge, for training purposes. All we ask is that you let us know. Nystagmus, the … Continue reading Nystagmus, the way we see it