Peter White looks at the role smaller charities play in helping blind people. Read more
Help On Your Doorstep?
Peter White looks at the role smaller charities play in helping blind people.
Talking Buses and A New Way To Read
The expansion of talking bus technology and the app which aims to help keep you reading.
Sjogren's Syndrome and Blind Surfing
The blood donors who save sight. And one of the UK's top visually impaired surfers.
Red Button Reprieve and Working Overseas When You're Blind
The BBC pauses the closure of the Red Button text service; VSO work for blind volunteers.
e-scooters, Nicola Naylor and a blind bride
What might the legalisation of new e-scooters on our roads mean for blind pedestrians?
Gene therapy on the NHS, The RNIB Reading Service, Blind architecture
A new gene therapy which can restore some sight becomes available on the NHS.
Accessible transport, macular disease and would you want your sight restored?
Blind playwright Mandy Redvers Rowe on her new BBC drama 'Second Sight'
Blind stand-up comedy, accessible apps and a study about touch
Blind comedian David Eagle, a study about touch and accessible apps.
Schizophrenia and blindness, Hester Poole, and Nicholas Saunderson
Why does congenital blindness appear to be a barrier to schizophrenia?
Coronavirus and Pavement Parking
What is the impact of coronavirus measures on blind and VI people?
A special programme looks at careers for young blind and visually impaired people.
Coronavirus and Blind Isolation
As the reality of the coronavirus lockdown hits - how are blind and VI people coping?