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Three years ago the Royal National Institute of Blind People started up Read for RNIB Day – 24 hours of events taking place across the UK to raise money and awareness for the charity. Funds go towards making more books accessible to those who are partially sighted or blind. It normally takes three months to put together an audio book, but today, RNIB are taking over part of Waterloo station with the aim of recording Lewis Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' in just one day. Anyone can pop in to record an extract and if you can't make it down on the day, you can record an excerpt from home and upload it at the Read for RNIB website.