A teenager tells us about the trip hazard caused by carelessly abandoned dockless bikes.
Dockless Bikes, Elia and Michael Whapples
A Factory in Russia
Peter visits Russia, investigating a rumour he first heard during the Cold War.
St Vincent's School in Liverpool
Peter visits a school putting domesticity at the heart of the curriculum.
New Research into Echolocation
We talk to a scientist investigating the ability of blind people to navigate by 'clicks'.
Disabled Student Allowance
One student's experience of applying for the Disabled Students' Allowance.
Talk and Support, David Katz
News on changes to the RNIB's 'telebefriending' service, Talk and Support.
Universal Credit and Astronomy for the Blind
A new report is calling for changes to the government's plans for universal credit.
Assistive technology: Where are we going?
Peter heads to a Microsoft research centre to look at the latest in assistive technology.
Useless subtitles and BSO Resound
We ask BBC Current Affairs why stories often have subtitles but no spoken translation.
Manchester Airport's treatment of people with disability is again branded poor.
A UK Standard for Assistance Dogs
Plans for a new UK standard for assistance dogs.
Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani
Minister Nusrat Ghani on the Inclusive Transport Strategy.
Three authors with different perspectives on visual impairment talk about writing.
New treatment for glaucoma, Blind cricket
The clinical trial of a new treatment for glaucoma.
Brewdog and Deep Mind
A Brewdog employment tribunal and an exciting development in artificial intelligence.
The future of 'shared spaces' after the government calls a halt to new projects.
School closure - RNIB questioned
The RNIB announces it is closing a school after accusations it failed to safeguard pupils.
The RNIB announces it's closing a school after accusations it failed to safeguard pupils.
A school for visually impaired children with additional disabilities is being closed.
School closure - the parents view, How to wow an audience with your public speaking
What is the secret of success with public speaking?
What is the secret to successful public speaking?
Shared Spaces and Fashion
A row about keeping Scottish street safe for blind people, and what to wear to look good.
A legal judgement for Novartis
The High Court rules against drug companies over a controversial treatment
Guide dog refusals, Deafblind signing
A look at the law around refusing guide dog owners access to commercial properties.
Orbit Reader 20, Choroideremia breakthrough
Long delayed but finally here... Peter checks out the new Orbit Reader 20.
Novartis appeal, Shane Warne
Pharma company Novartis appeals against a recent court judgement.
Are Your Eyes Priceless?
Would you sell your eyes; Scotland's new approach to PIP assessments
Rubbish recycling problems and Leonardo da Vinci's eye condition.
The Future of Navigating Our Streets
Two projects researching the future of navigating our streets; a prize for innovation.
Blind Veterans Remember
Behind the scenes on Remembrance Sunday.
A gap in support?
The demise of Fuss Free Phones, and a group to help younger visually impaired people.
The Newest Star of Doctor Who
Blind actor Ellie Wallwork stars in the upcoming episode of Doctor Who.
The special challenges facing visually impaired students at university.
Calls for VAT-free Ebooks
Publishers call for VAT to be abolished on digitally-downloaded books.
Two blind people share stories of life-changing events
Dame Joan Plowright at Home
Peter White meets Dame Joan Plowright at her home in Sussex.
Books for the New Year
Three audiobook recommendations to kick off your New Year’s reading.
Should fines be issued for inaccessible websites?
Should fines be issued for inaccessible websites? The Bird Box Challenge.
Is Helen Keller a 20th century icon?
Will Deafblind activist Helen Keller be voted in as a 20th century icon?
Medals for guide marathon runners
Should sighted guide runners receive medals upon completing the London Marathon?
RNIB Closure in Bristol
The closure of an RNIB centre in Bristol, and a play inspired by life at a blind school.
Proposed changes to charity's housing scheme
Blind tenants are concerned about proposed changes to a charitable housing scheme.
Attack on guide dog
Complaint from a guide dog owner about lack of support after her dog was attacked.
Gene therapy aims to halt AMD
A gene therapy breakthrough targets age-related macular degeneration.
A new way of booking assistance on trains
A look at a new way of booking assistance on trains for visually impaired passengers.
Blind Man at the Forefront of Science
How Dr Damion Corrigan got to the top of his field of science.
Campus Cuts at Blind College
Specialist college sells half its site. VI chef teaches VI novices to cook.
Trial of Driverless Vehicles
Charity Blind Veterans UK runs autonomous vehicle trials.
Delays to Access to Work; Guide dogs guide a visually impaired runner in half marathon
Delays to Access to Work and guide dogs guide a visually impaired runner in half marathon.
Archery and Mountaineering
50th anniversary of a mountaineering feat. Plus how to do archery when you are blind.
Can blind people become architects?
A summer school teaching architecture to blind people.
Who Can Read Your Mail?
Does the data protection act stop volunteers from reading blind people's personal letters?
Three stories on accepting blindness
Experiences of coming to terms with blindness.
A new method of training guide dogs
Training of Guide Dogs and memories of playing the Notre Dame organ.
Tactile voting provision deemed 'unlawful'
A landmark High Court judgment says tactile voting devices are 'unlawful'.
Why Do Sighted People Want To Tell Blind People’s Stories?
A book on regaining sight and stories of blind women from around the world.
Exercising your right to vote… and to exercise
How visually impaired Europeans cast their vote.
Where have all the board games gone?
Why are there so few board games visually impaired people can play?
Do visually impaired people have to be tidy?
How one visually impaired single mum keeps her home tidy.
Blind prisoners compensated for discrimination
Blind prisoners compensated for not being given access to prison life in the US.
The challenge of being a teacher with Tourette's
Natalie is a primary school teacher and also has Tourette's syndrome.
The rising stars of Eurovision who pulled out of the final
Why did The Shalva Band, a group of disabled musicians from Israel, quit Eurovision?
Men's Special: "Being a misfit means I’m an individual"
Lead singer Big Shaun talks bullying; weight; depression and finding love later in life.
'We bought a pub for our 12-year-old son'
Ben, 12, uses a wheelchair - he also loves live music, so his parents bought him a pub.
Trust me, I’m a disabled doctor
Limb loss, dyslexia and mental health difficulties - and that's just the medical staff.