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Professor Robert MacLaren on the gene therapy cure for blindness, and who it may help.
A report on the government's refusal to legislate for audio-visual announcements on buses.
Peter White talks to Stephen Remington, the outgoing CEO of Action for Blind People.
Peter White meets Dan and Michael Smith, identical twins who talk about their blindness.
Peter White and guests talk about the benefits of smartphone apps for blind users.
Mani Djazmi presents and talks to guests about the problems of dating as a blind person.
Gary O'Donoghue gets a rare opportunity to sit in the Speaker's chair in the Commons.
Peter White talks to RNIB's Neil Heslop about new changes to the Talking Books service.
The Macular Society and RNIB highlight the long waiting lists for urgent eye treatments.
Blind people talk about using the Motability scheme and a report on an Action rebab course