Two drug companies fined in Italy for promoting a more expensive drug over a cheaper one.
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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.
Sports for the blind lose funding, and a new sleep drug is approved in the US.
Aspirant MPs Mark Higgins and Ellie Southwood talk about a fund to assist disabled people.
Advice on dealing with inaccessible forms and a new tactile watch, the Bradley Timepiece.
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.
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