News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
Peter and guests talk about the challenges of getting help, and then dispensing with it.
The airline which failed to talk directly to a blind passenger when there was a problem.
How the National Living Wage could have an impact on care. And the blind taekwondo Master.
New College Worcester, a school for blind teenagers, celebrates. Plus, guide dogs and Uber
EasyJet admit they got it wrong with a guide dog. And when strangers try to help.
How Hull is easier to get around. And writer Susie Steiner talks about her sight loss.
A look at what's around the corner when it comes to braille technology.
Three people who have become blind as adults discuss ways of managing.
How delays in follow-up eye appointments are putting sight at risk. Access to festivals.
The closure of talking newspapers, plus a look at accessible computer games.
For BBC News School Report, Kelsey from Watford Boys Grammar co-hosts with Peter White.
Justin Tomlinson answers listeners' questions on PIPs, benefits and Access to Work.
Another Pocklington Trust home for blind people is due to shut. Why, and what's to come?
Why a guide dog wasn't let into a Hindu temple, and the lastest on the Pips consultation.
Why depression isn't being identified in the newly blind, and the best ways to be useful.
RNIB and Age Concern worry that social care for older, blind people is steadily declining.
Symbols for partially sighted people and the counsellor who believes his blindness helps.
Need-to-know information about Pips, and the bionic eye surgeon goes beyond the hype.
Peter White discusses body language with three guests, all blind or partially sighted.
Peter White and two guests have a lively debate about three of their favourite books.
Guide dog passport problems, coping with parties, and blind soldiers in WWI.
How do mobility instructors help children? And Ellen Watson talks about Usher Syndrome.
The way blind students get support is changing, so will it work?
Peter White meets the blind child who has been told she can't use her long cane in school.
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.