Ian Rankin talks Braille on You and Yours
Scottish crime writer Ian Rankin is best known for his Inspector Rebus novels. But this week he's got his finger on a new case, raising awareness of Braille. Ian has a personal interest both as a bestselling author and because his son Kit is blind, attending the Royal School for the Blind in Edinburgh. It's all part of a campaign launched alongside the 200th anniversary celebrations, marking two centuries since the creation of the language by Louis Braille.