News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted
Blind playwright Mandy Redvers Rowe on her new BBC drama 'Second Sight'
A new gene therapy which can restore some sight becomes available on the NHS.
What might the legalisation of new e-scooters on our roads mean for blind pedestrians?
The BBC pauses the closure of the Red Button text service; VSO work for blind volunteers.
The blood donors who save sight. And one of the UK's top visually impaired surfers.
The expansion of talking bus technology and the app which aims to help keep you reading.
Peter White looks at the role smaller charities play in helping blind people.
Calls for more research funding into blindness. And the blind physio still working aged 90
In which four blind musicians share their stories.
Four visually impaired musicians share anecdotes and play some tunes
Tips on present wrapping, festive fashion and a farewell.
As Britain goes to the polls, what help can blind voters expect in the polling booth?
RNIB care home employee says staff weren’t warned it was set to be sold.
RNIB CEO on plans to sell its care homes and colleges
How you met your match, and children needed for sleep research.
Consultant on a new series helps actors look blind
Why are many digital textbooks still inaccessible to blind students?
Can a volunteer sue a charity for discrimination? 100 years of blind physiotherapists.
Freeview TV's new way of finding your favourite shows.
Scotland’s pavement parking ban, and the sound of our streets at night.
Managing food allergies with no sight.
A visually impaired MP's fight for help at work and how tech could help talking newspapers
Applying your makeup when you can’t see.
Tribunal to sanction eye surgeon for misconduct.
Two visually impaired opera singers tell us their stories.
What 12-year-old Hester thinks of Lego’s new accessible instructions?
How do you manage your power when you are blind?
How do you manage your power when you're blind?