Many blind people, particularly those with no light perception at all, suffer from seriously disrupted sleep patterns and may be deprived of a compound called melatonin which naturally occurs in the body. Peter White speaks to a scientist who's been looking into the problem.
University of Surrey - Chronobiology department. 01483 300 800
We look at the many challenges faced by audio describers in London's theatre-land
Opinion is still divided amongst listeners over the iPhone and the pros and cons of touch-screens for the visually impaired
News, views and information for people who are blind or visually impaired. Presented by Peter White…