The Listening Booth is a space to hear words and sounds in Exeter Library. It is a place to rest and listen to audio, located on the ground floor by the computers. It is a wooden structure that seats two and uses a directional speaker to play audio that only those within the booth can hear. It is designed to offer new and existing library goers, including visually impaired people, another way to engage with content in the library. Every four weeks, four new pieces of audio are programmed into the booth. The Listening Booth is open whenever Exeter Library is open and is free to use. Supported by Libraries Unlimited, Arts Council England and Exeter City Council. Built with Knowle West Media Centre: The Factory.