TV and Radio round up on the BBC iPlayer - Peter White pays tribute to PC David Rathband and more
On the latest edition of Radio 4's In Touch programme, Peter White pays tribute to PC David Rathband whose death was announced this week. Plus the RNIB discusses the charity's concern about the introduction of Personal Independence Payments and the worry that the criteria seems to exclude some of the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.
Listen - You and Yours
The government consultation period on disability policy closes soon. We join one of the group consultations taking place around the country
Listen - Out of doors
Mark joins Sally Hyder, who has multiple sclerosis, for her first ever go at skiing with Disability Snowsport UK at Cairngorm.
Listen - Richard Bacon
Richard Bacon chats to Justin Fletcher- star of Gigglebiz, Justin's House and Something Special, where he plays the famous Makaton using clown, Mr. Tumble.
Watch - Racing with the Hamiltons: Nic in the Driving Seat
Documentary. Disabled 19-year-old Nic Hamilton dreamed of following his brother Lewis into motor racing. This intimate film follows the family as they try to help Nic reach his goal.
Watch - HARDtalk
Aimee Mullins had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was just a year old. She went on to become a champion athlete, an actor and highly paid model.
Listen - Stephen Nolan
A cardiologist explains how being blinded in an attack 14 years ago ruined his life.
Watch - A tribute to PC David Rathband
In 2010 PC Rathband, the police officer who was shot and blinded by gunman Raoul Moat, spoke to Victoria Derbyshire about how he was trying to adjust to life without sight. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01dn7ph/A_Tribute_to_PC_David_Rathband/
Listen - Woman's hour
Kathy Lette shares her experience of having a son with Asperger's Syndrome.
Listen - Excess Baggage
Presenter Sandi Toksvig meets writer and comedian Liz Carr who explains how she went to join the red carpet crowd in Hollywood for the Oscars.