News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted
Behind the scenes on Remembrance Sunday.
Tue 6 Nov 2018
Two projects researching the future of navigating our streets; a prize for innovation.
Tue 30 Oct 2018
Rubbish recycling problems and Leonardo da Vinci's eye condition.
Tue 23 Oct 2018
Would you sell your eyes; Scotland's new approach to PIP assessments
Tue 11 Sep 2018
What is the secret of success with public speaking?
Tue 4 Sep 2018
A school for visually impaired children with additional disabilities is being closed.
Tue 13 Mar 2018
The Partially Sighted Society's Anita Plant on their relaunch and Louise Gaw on lighting.
Tue 3 Oct 2017
Jackie Brown and Robin Christopherson are in a spin over inaccessible washing machines.
Tue 29 Aug 2017
What underlies the question, 'Is your partner visually impaired or sighted?'.
Tue 22 Aug 2017
With 16-year-old poet Grace Marsh and seasoned actor Karina Jones.
Tue 15 Aug 2017
How to hear America's solar eclipse. Allan Hennessey: Cambridge's top law graduate.
Tue 8 Aug 2017
What is it like to lose your sight and then get it back?
Tue 1 Aug 2017
How do you describe a circus to blind children?
Tue 25 Jul 2017
Pluses and minuses of technology for travel, recognising objects and getting information.
Tue 11 Jul 2017
What are your rights when renting or buying a new home?
Tue 4 Jul 2017
Changing jobs when you are blind; Washington State's blind lieutenant governor.
Tue 27 Jun 2017
The latest research on circadian sleep disorders in blind people.
Tue 20 Jun 2017
One blind man teaches self-defence to others; concerns about leaving the world of work.
Tue 13 Jun 2017
New partially sighted MP Marsha De Cordova speaks exclusively to In Touch.
Tue 6 Jun 2017
One voter's legal challenge success, and one man's dream job.
Tue 30 May 2017
Twins Daniel and Michael Smith talk to Peter White.
Tue 23 May 2017
Kirsten Hearn and Red Szell discuss the issues arising from lovers being seen as carers.
Tue 16 May 2017
The writer of a musical on Louis Braille's life, and the first blind tennis tournament.
Tue 9 May 2017
Andrew Bastawrous CEO Peek talks about his work screening people for eye disease in Africa
Tue 18 Apr 2017
Tracy Pearson on the RNIB Library's services, and Tom Walker reports on football access.
Tue 11 Apr 2017
Sitarist Baluji Shrivastav and Corinna Bauer from Harvard on new brain research.
Tue 4 Apr 2017
Peter puts questions to Steve Vaid, the acting CEO of the charity Guide Dogs.
Tue 21 Mar 2017
Professor Pete Coffey reacts to the recent case of failed stem cell treatment in the US.
Tue 14 Mar 2017
Ian Brooks was refused an interview due to his guide dog. Tom Walker goes to the gym.
Tue 7 Mar 2017
James Harding, BBC's director of news, on a new £1m fund to recruit disabled people.
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