TV and Radio on BBC iPlayer - RNIB sue Bmibaby for having inaccessible website and more
The airline say they are taking steps to improve the situation and are offering customers the option of a low cost phone number until problems with the website are resolved.
Hugh Huddy from the Royal National Institute of Blind People wants website designers to make sites accessible from the start so that blind and partially-sighted people are not excluded from booking flights as and when they choose.
Plus Bristol's M Shed museum wins an award for a money saving initiative to make information accessible.
A list of radio or TV programmes which include disability this week, all available on the BBC's iPlayer service.
Follow Bristol's child protection teams. Newly qualified Susanne tries to help a family care for their son who has learning difficulties.
With the help of his son, a recently disabled man gets his confidence back to go sailing.
Listen - Andie Harper's Mid-Morning, Radio Cambridgeshire
Andie Harper hears from a disabled businessman from Cambridge who was ejected from a flight because of safety concerns. What are the rights of disabled travellers?
Ade Adepitan introduces a film showcasing some of the top Paralympic sports and athletes and explains why people should be buying tickets to the Paralympics.
Listen - Health Check
A court will decide this week whether a group of psychoanalysts are misrepresented in a film about how autism is treated in France. Epilepsy medication in Kenya. Why feeling groggy can help in a test.
The current affairs programme from the BBC World Service Asks how a new medical technique for detecting autism in babies can help parents.
Towards London 2012 - Olympic and Paralympic programme
The BBC London show speaks to a Paralympic tennis star aiming for a gold medal this summer and finds out what it feels like to run on blades.
Depression. Geoff Watts meets researchers trying to find a new way to fight depression by studying those who never get it.