A 'quantum leap in accessibility' is how Apple described its new model iPhone. Our reporter Geoff Adams-Spink tests its usability for visually-impaired consumers and finds that, despite the benefits of built-in assistive technology, easy emailing and internet surfing, it falls short in some important areas.

We also hear your uncompromising responses to switching off concourse platform announcements at Birmingham's New Street Station.

And we visit a group of blind and partially-sighted gardeners in Bradford who have turned a patch of wasteland outside their resource centre into a a safe outdoor haven where potatoes, beans, tomatoes, herbs and onions are flourishing and no-one minds if you pull up a dandelion instead of a daffodil.

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