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Commuters in one of London's busiest train stations are being given the opportunity to take a sensory experience. Leeanne Coyle tell us more
The GB Blind Sailing Team brought home two gold and silver from Japan. Leeanne Coyle spoke to Toby Davey who competed in the B3 category.
Communters in one of London's busiest train stations are being given the opportunity to take a sensory experience. Leeanne Coyle reports
A feature length film about three young, disabled men trying to lose their virginity has been released in cinemas around the UK. Leeanne Coyle was at the premier in London's Mayfair
There are 12 million disabled people in the UK and it's thought up to 4 million of those are parents. Leeanne Coyle speaks to Terri Balon from Disabled Parent's Network to find out what support is available:
A London based film-maker is attempting to get inside the mind of an artist with deteriorating sight. David Abramsky and Roshni Hirani are working on a film project together as Leeanne Coyle finds out
The Stelios Philanthropic Foundation in partnership with Leonard Cheshire Disability is offering a prize of £50,000 to the most worthy disabled entrepreneur. Leeanne Coyle went along to a newtworking event in London ahead of the ceremony in December:
15 year old Lois Turner plays both blind and sighted cricket. Her coach has her tipped for great things in the field. Leeanne Coyle went to Surrey to meet her
The arts is a field brimming with talent in the UK but do we, people with low or no vision, have the opportunity to experience this? Leeanne Coyle met with Abid Hussain from the Arts Council
Did you know that there are only two female blind cricket teams in the world? Well one of them is in Nepal and luckily for us, the other is based here in the UK
An arts centre in Birmingham has been using a spoken word artist for audio description. The MAC recently hosted a photography exhibition of Vanley Burke's work and invited blind and partially sighted people to come along. Leeanne Coyle has more
A new documentary series is hoping to reassure disabled women planning to have children and educate the viewing public on the different ways of parenting. Leeanne Coyle spoke to blind mum, Sally Clay and producers Dominique Belcourt and Harriet Matthews
The NHS all across Britain is under going changes that have or will affect everyone. RNIB wants to know if blind and partially sighted people are getting their say about it in an accessible way
Clare Conley talks to Leeanne Coyle about the latest issue of Vision Magazine, a subscription magazine from RNIB.
TV Judge and dancer, Arlene Philips is helping RNIB reinforce the importance of catching the condition Age Related Macular Degeneration before it begins to cause sight loss. Insight Radio's Leeanne Coyle found out more
Leeanne Coyle speaks to Natasha Dickinson from RNIB about a new campaign to spot the danger signs of age related macular degeneration, which affects over half a million people in the UK
Steven Scott speaks to head teacher of RNIB Pears Centre Andy Moran to get his reaction to the latest OFSTED report.
This week on A LIttle Insight Sam's continuing her theme of love and relationships. Some of you have been getting in touch with your funny first date stories
A new device which could revolutionise treatment for the UK's most common cause of blindness has just been launched. Leeanne Coyle finds out more about the iRay device.
Disability campaigners have expressed concerns about the threat to accessibility features in Apple products after Samsung took legal action in a German court. Steven Scott spoke to the NFB's Chris Danielsen to hear his concerns.
This week on A Little Insight Sam is talking about her relationship with Mike who recently made a surprise visit to London to see her.
23 year old Sam Little who is registered blind talks about her life in the big smoke. This week Sam talks about the possibility of becoming unemployed
The Chairman of RNIB, Kevin Carey, speaks to Insight Radio's Steven Scott about the future of the UK's leading sight loss organisation.
Leeanne Coyle caught up with the editor of Vision Magazine to find out what we can expect in the Feb / March edition
People with sight loss over the age of 50 are the focus for a new project in Stafford and York. The OPTIC initiative stands for ‘Older People Taking Control' and will give individuals the chance to contribute to society again. Leeanne Coyle reports.
Almost 9 out of 10 blind and partially sighted older people in the UK have never used the internet. That's according to a report published by RNIB and BT. Leeanne Coyle spoke to Richard Orme, Head of Accessibility at the charity and Liz Williams from BT.
Today we're getting out first instalment of 'A Little Insight' with Sam Little who has retinitis pigmentosa and has recently moved to the big city to start a new life for herself.
The way we communicate has changed radically over the years. Audio has replaced the written word for many... so, does this open up new avenues for blind people to communiciate? Insight Radio's Leeanne Coyle has this report:
MSP Dennis Robertson is taking forward a proposal for a Member's Bill to strengthen enforcement powers in the current Blue Badge scheme. Leeanne Coyle spoke to him to find out why he wants Insight listeners to take part in the consultation:
As Europe's biggest folk and roots festival gets underway in Glasgow let's find out what it has to offer in it's 20th year. Leeanne Coyle reports.
Every year National Braille Week at the start of January serves to remind us just how important a form of communication it is. Insight's Leeanne Coyle spoke to Megan Gilks from RNIB's National Library Service.
Blind man Steve Thiele has experienced the extraordinary in his life and now he believes it's time to tell the world about it. His book Playing A Blinder has been described as a hilarious read. Insight Radio's Leeanne Coyle asked the author more.
TV presenter Judy Finnigan talks to Leeanne Coyle about her debut novel 'Eloise' and her own personal experience of visual impairment.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is making eye health one of it's clinical priorities. Dr Waquar Shah is one of the key figures behind the move and spoke to Insight Radio's Leeanne Coyle.
A new app has been launched which aims to make life easier for blind Android mobile smartphone users easier.
Insight Radio's Leeanne Coyle spoke to Sonali Rai from RNIB's media and culture team which is working tirelessly to ensure new ways to view TV are just as accessible.
Leeanne Coyle has been speaking to an artist who is losing her sight and is part of a film about the connection between art, expression and disability
A rare opportunity to experience an open rehearsal at the Royal Opera House hsa come up. Leeanne Coyle spoke to James Risdon from RNIB to find out more.
RNIB needs 3-hundred volunteers to get an accurate account of the services provided for those with cataracts and wet age related macular degeneration. Victoria Armitage, from the charity's Policy and Campaign's team, spoke to Leeanne Coyle.