News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
Georgie Morrell discusses her play A Poke in the Eye, about her experience of going blind.
Visually impaired Olympian Libby Clegg talks about preparing for Rio without funding.
Neil Heslop from the RNIB announces some important news on Talking Books.
Looking at the Cosy heating app and Blind Veterans UK radio society.
The controversy over the RNIB's latest campaign, and Peter talks to writer Stephen Kennedy
Discussion on why the RNIB's library catalogue is partly inaccessible.
Activist Chen Guangcheng and artist Lynn Cox's accessible cards.
The reality of using stem cell surgery to treat age-related macular degeneration.
We hear from a blind financial trader, a Baptist minister and an archer.
SeeAbility talk about their latest campaign to get eye tests in special schools in England
GDBA respond to research into how the public interact with guide dogs.
Ed Eyad, Rebecca Cooke and Jessica Luke discuss their visual impairment and university.
RNIB Scotland's concern over a transfer of their administration to Action for Blind People
Peter White discusses gratitude with Ian Macrae, Lyndall Bywater and Dr David Bolt.
Peter White speaks to David Poyner about blind archery, and Red Szell talks about risk.
Dr Maria Dawson on funding cuts for Uveitis treatment, and Diane Roworth's wheelchair saga
Gary O'Donoghue at the 75th anniversary convention of the National Federation of the Blind
Peter is joined by Hazel Dudley, Julie Smethurst and Mani Djazmi to discuss holidays.
RNIB's Geoff Fimister explains the impact of budget changes on benefits for blind people.
Lord Chris Holmes talks about his report on shared spaces.
Presenter Peter White visits a shared-space road scheme in Reading.
Peter White and guests review the TV series Daredevil and its accessibility on Netflix.
Delayed treatment for wet macular disease, DLA feedback and backgammon for the blind.
Delayed disability payments and dolls for visually impaired children.
A disability officer fights discrimination and Buckingham Palace hosts blind war veterans.
Lloyd Coleman on writing 'integrated music' for players with and without disabilities.
The election voting that was anything but secret, and making friends if you're deafblind.