Blind prisoners compensated for not being given access to prison life in the US. Read more
Blind prisoners compensated for discrimination
Blind prisoners compensated for not being given access to prison life in the US.
Saving lives and smoothing creases
The complicated business of gaining a first aid cert and blind-friendly ironing tips.
Scottish Braille Press Stops Press
Scottish Braille Press discontinues five longstanding publications.
The new law giving sound to electric cars
The new law making electric cars safer. Getting the mental health support you need.
A blind Shakespearean debut
A blind actor joins the RSC, and a visually impaired therapist has some advice.
What do emojis mean to blind people?
Do emojis need to be more accessible? And audio-description built-in.
A Corporate Call to Arms
The campaign encouraging business leaders to act to include disability at board level.
Smart Meters and Improving Access to Roads and Rail
Accessible smart meters; improvements to textured paving.
Access to Health Records and Accessible Fun
A listener’s issue with getting the NHS to provide correspondence in his preferred format.
Where's my pizza?
Why has a discrimination case about a pizza gone to the US Supreme Court?
The politics of power and blindness - part one
How do you manage your power when you're blind?
The politics of power and blindness – part two
How do you manage your power when you are blind?
Lego’s ‘Accessible Instructions’ Pilot
What 12-year-old Hester thinks of Lego’s new accessible instructions?
Two Visually Impaired Opera Singers
Two visually impaired opera singers tell us their stories.
Tribunal finds eye surgeon put 'money before patients'
Tribunal to sanction eye surgeon for misconduct.
Putting Your Face On
Applying your makeup when you can’t see.
MP Marsha de Cordova’s fight for disability support
A visually impaired MP's fight for help at work and how tech could help talking newspapers
Finding a safe meal
Managing food allergies with no sight.
Scotland bans parking on pavements
Scotland’s pavement parking ban, and the sound of our streets at night.
What's on telly tonight?
Freeview TV's new way of finding your favourite shows.
Can a volunteer sue a charity for discrimination?
Can a volunteer sue a charity for discrimination? 100 years of blind physiotherapists.
Textbook tangles and accessible elections
Why are many digital textbooks still inaccessible to blind students?
The man who helps actors 'blind up'
Consultant on a new series helps actors look blind
How you met your match, and children needed for sleep research.
RNIB sells care homes and colleges
RNIB CEO on plans to sell its care homes and colleges
RNIB care home employee speaks out about sale
RNIB care home employee says staff weren’t warned it was set to be sold.
Voting Advice, DJ Lucy Edwards and Doping
As Britain goes to the polls, what help can blind voters expect in the polling booth?
A Festive Farewell
Tips on present wrapping, festive fashion and a farewell.
A very ‘music’ Christmas
Four visually impaired musicians share anecdotes and play some tunes
A ‘melodious’ New Year
In which four blind musicians share their stories.
Funding Research Into Blindness; Blind Physios
Calls for more research funding into blindness. And the blind physio still working aged 90