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News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
RNIB's Acting CEO Sally Harvey talks to Peter White about the charity's future plans.
Media commentator Kevin Mulhern gives his view on the current leadership at RNIB and GDBA.
Olivia Butterworth on NHS Accessible Info Standard and GDO Charles Bloch on taxi access.
RNIB's Geoff Fimister comments on the government's green paper on work and disability.
Tom Walker presents a special edition of the programme recorded in Northern Ireland.
Canute is the latest development in renewable Braille, and Amit Patel's videoing guide dog
In Touch visits Istanbul and meets the people behind Turkey's first guide dog association.
Peter White meets Maggie Moore, who inspired Turkey's first guide dog association.
Peter White and his guests discuss suitable gifts for blind and partially sighted people.
Why some BBC content is inaccessible, Mark Fulcher on Access to Work and Red Szell.
The charity Look on 25 years supporting parents of blind children for 25 years.
A mobile phone answering service reviewed. Gary O'Donoghue with updates from Washington.
We look at Guide Dog waiting lists, accessible watches and Joy Addo talks about parenting.
Richard Leaman is to leave his job as CEO of Guide Dogs & Ffion Miles leaves for Australia
Including Fight for Sight's CEO Michele Acton and a review of an accessible smart speaker.
Peter White is joined by charity CEOs Cathy Yelf and Neil Heslop.
Monica Vasconcelos talks about losing her sight and Tom Walker reports on the OrCam reader
Guide dog owner refused hotel room - GDBA CEO Richard Leaman responds. Red Szell column.
Nicki Cockburn on quizzes, PIPs form issues and talking toilets.
David Haynes on Action hotels, TV licence concessions and blind comedian Chris McCausland.
Peter White talks to retiring RNIB CEO Lesley-Anne Alexander about her role at the charity
Peter White presents from the Paralympic Games in Rio and meets visually-impaired athletes
Peter White previews the Paralympic Games and a photo exhibition focusing on blindness.
Specialist hotels under threat of closure and a close up look at the new polymer fiver.
Advice on using e-passports and tips from boxer Janice Wheeler.
Telling the time by touch - but not as we know it. And Paralympic swimmer Hannah Russell.
RNIB's film on what it's like to be partially sighted. Plus recording your Pip assessment.
How eye tests can help very young children, and we go walking Nordic style.