Three blind musicians debut as conductors; and a blind businessman in the building trade.
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Two blind women talk to Peter White about their experiences of living in Israel and Gaza.
Ofcom calls for views on speaking electronic programme guides.
Eating out in public and roadtesting augmented-reality SmartGlasses.
Inaccessible form forces blind benefits advisor to have support worker and blind tennis.
Clydesdale Bank apologises to a listener and Lee Kumutat meets 91-year-old Jessie Bowler.
Siobhan Meade fights back against hate crime and The Amber Trust blows its own trumpet
Tony Rucinski on the Macular Society's Smoking Campaign, and Lee Kumutat updates stories.
Blind Children UK explains how it plans to improve mobility for blind children.
Experts answer listeners' questions, encouraging your visually impaired child to play.
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