Peter White interviews the former chief inspector of schools, Chris Woodhead.
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RNIB answers criticisms about its takeover of the National Talking Newspapers service.
Peter White goes to the races, and meets two incoming charity chief executives.
Will further regulation make the internet more user-friendly for visually impaired people?
Self-directed support - and a listener's thoughts on feeling conspicuous in meetings.
Medal-winning Winter Paralympian Jade Etherington, and TFL's new 'Turn Up and Go' scheme.
Two drug companies fined in Italy for promoting a more expensive drug over a cheaper one.
Peter White hears about a new plan to improve access to Microsoft Windows for blind people
The RNIB on accessible information from DWP, and is radio becoming too visual?
Peter White discusses the effects of Scottish independence on visually impaired people.
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