BBC TV and radio this week: In Touch meets Jazzer from The Archers and the blinded Iranian woman who sought "an eye for an eye" justice
On this special edition of the show for visually impaired people, Blind actor Ryan Kelly, who plays Jazzer in The Archers, talks to Peter White about his acting career and how he approaches the role of a sighted character.
Listen - Radio 4 - Midweek
Libby Perves speaks to Winnie and Frank Tovey. They spent sixteen years in India in the fifties and sixties, where Frank was a medical missionary. The couple were active in providing clinics to cure leprosy, surgery and physiotherapy, to restore function and treat deformity. They have written about their experiences in the book 'Cor Blimey! Where 'ave you come from?
Listen - Radio 5 live - Tony Livesey
Is the Blue Badge too open to abuse, or are there too many disabled parking bays?
Listen - In Touch
The most recent edition of the programme discusses what the new generation of phones and smartphones can offer visually impaired people.
Watch - BBC Three - Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of crisps
Donna helps Gaz in his ambition to become a Paralympian.
Listen - The World Service - Outlook
The Iranian woman blinded by acid who sought "eye for an eye" justice.
Listen - Radio 5 live - Shelagh Fogarty
Shelagh Fogarty talks about the rise in prescription charges for anti-depressants.
Listen - Radio 4 - The Afternoon Play
A blind WWI veteran, accused of murdering his wife, is defended by Norman Birkett, the most celebrated advocate of the inter-war years.
Watch - Cbeebies - Something Special
Each simple, fun and informative episode sees Justin and Mr Tumble out and about, applying signing in a variety of places relevant to a very young audience.
Listen - Radio 4 - Repainting Giverny
Irma Kurtz travels to Monet's Giverny garden to hear how losing his sight changed his work
Catch up with disability radio and TV programmes on the BBC every Wednesday on this blog.