Episode Notes

I am colour blind. I don’t have the necessary red cones and in this episode I talk about my experience of being colour blind and how to affects me. From my early days of colouring in the sky purple and painting elephants in pink to my general feebleness as a cricketer there are several ways colour blindness has had an impact. And my career in bomb disposal never got off the ground… I cover the basics of the condition, how it is inherited, how it changes how I see blood, and the neat little Jedi mind trick I’ve realised I can now do.


The Blokeology of Colour Blind Cricketers
Impact of colour blindness on recognition of haematuria in bladder cancer patients

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