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In Touch Episode guide

  1. 02/12/2014

    News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.

    First broadcast: 02 Dec 2014

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  2. Macular disease drugs; Anti-TFN drugs

    The Royal College of Ophthalmologists calls for Avastin to be reviewed for use in the eye.

    First broadcast: 25 Nov 2014

  3. Pocklington Trust; DVD 'Living with Failing Sight'

    Peter Corbett, CEO of the Thomas Pocklinton Trust, on the sale of one of their sites.

    First broadcast: 18 Nov 2014

  4. Self-driving cars; Cities Unlocked trial

    The first UK trials of self-drive cars, and the trial of navigation system Cities Unlocked

    First broadcast: 11 Nov 2014

  5. Access to Work, White Cane Rage

    The problems some blind workers face dealing with the government's Access to Work scheme.

    First broadcast: 04 Nov 2014

  6. Audible pedestrian signals; Giles Abbott

    Are audible pedestrian crossings on the decline? And Giles Abbott discusses his career.

    First broadcast: 28 Oct 2014

  7. Blind People in Sierra Leone; 'Affordable' Braille; Accessible Pedestrian Signals

    The increased Ebola risk for blind people in Sierra Leone; and more affordable Braille.

    First broadcast: 21 Oct 2014

  8. Finding a Way into the Arts

    The careers of a sound artist, an assistant theatre director and a continuity announcer.

    First broadcast: 07 Oct 2014

  9. Accessible Healthcare Information, Private Voting, Advice on Starting University

    NHS England drafts a standard for accessible information, advice on starting university.

    First broadcast: 30 Sep 2014

  10. RNIB audiobook download service; Braille labelling; Space Camp

    New RNIB audiobook download service, Braille on packaging, space camp for blind children.

    First broadcast: 23 Sep 2014

  11. Safe travel - Trialling at Tandem

    What is safe travel, and who should decide? Plus a borrow-a-tandem scheme.

    First broadcast: 16 Sep 2014

  12. Registration statistics; Making a plan; Feedback on audio description

    Macular Society's Tony Rucinski and Dr Catey Bunce interpret HSCIC registration figures.

    First broadcast: 09 Sep 2014

  13. Audio description; Arts access in Australia; Reunited after 50 years

    Audio descripton is explained, and In Touch facilitates a reunion after 50 years.

    First broadcast: 02 Sep 2014

  14. 26/08/2014

    Peter White talks to cookery author Elaine Bastable about coping with sight loss.

    First broadcast: 26 Aug 2014

  15. Blind world land-speed record; Giving up driving

    As a blind man breaks the 200mph record, Peter asks how hard is it to give up driving?

    First broadcast: 19 Aug 2014

  16. Weight Control

    Peter White is joined by Denise Leigh and Cindy Godfrey-Mckay to tackle weight control.

    First broadcast: 12 Aug 2014

  17. Changes to blind people's lives since the first World War; Blind veterans

    Dr Fred Reid and Robert Baker refect on changes to blind people's lives since Aug 4th 1914

    First broadcast: 05 Aug 2014

  18. Conducting a Choir when Blind

    Three blind musicians debut as conductors; and a blind businessman in the building trade.

    First broadcast: 29 Jul 2014

  19. Living through the bombing

    Two blind women talk to Peter White about their experiences of living in Israel and Gaza.

    First broadcast: 22 Jul 2014

  20. 15/07/2014

    Ofcom calls for views on speaking electronic programme guides.

    First broadcast: 15 Jul 2014

  21. SmartGlasses, Eating Out

    Eating out in public and roadtesting augmented-reality SmartGlasses.

    First broadcast: 08 Jul 2014

  22. Benefit Rights Advisor, Tennis, Confirmation bias

    Inaccessible form forces blind benefits advisor to have support worker and blind tennis.

    First broadcast: 01 Jul 2014

  23. Banking and Blogging

    Clydesdale Bank apologises to a listener and Lee Kumutat meets 91-year-old Jessie Bowler.

    First broadcast: 24 Jun 2014

  24. Campaigning against hate crime; The Amber Trust

    Siobhan Meade fights back against hate crime and The Amber Trust blows its own trumpet

    First broadcast: 17 Jun 2014

  25. Macular Society smoking campaign; Follow-ups

    Tony Rucinski on the Macular Society's Smoking Campaign, and Lee Kumutat updates stories.

    First broadcast: 10 Jun 2014

  26. Blind children; your feedback; Red Szell column

    Blind Children UK explains how it plans to improve mobility for blind children.

    First broadcast: 03 Jun 2014

  27. Listeners' questions; VI rehab worker; blind child's play

    Experts answer listeners' questions, encouraging your visually impaired child to play.

    First broadcast: 27 May 2014

  28. Charles Bonnet Syndrome - The Ukulele Lite Orchestra

    New research findings on Charles Bonnet Syndrome and the Ukulele Lite Orchestra.

    First broadcast: 20 May 2014

  29. Changes to Disability Students' Allowance; practicalities of 'killing time'

    Universities minister David Willetts on proposed cuts to Disabled Students' Allowance.

    First broadcast: 13 May 2014

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