Throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, the BBC’s In Touch radio programme has done great work informing the blind and visually impaired. Below are the most recent episodes – each episode also includes a full transcription, available on the episode’s individual web page.
Guide Dogs director Peter Osborne talks waiting lists and lockdown restrictions
What home schooling challenges face the blind parents of sighted children during lockdown?
What are the effects of social distancing?
Why Uber is being taken to court by a blind user.
New announcements for people needing help with groceries during lockdown.
How does provision of eye care differ across the UK during the lockdown?
Eye Appointments during Lockdown
Blind charities struggling during the coronavirus crisis. Video calling with sight loss.
Should blind and VI people be included in the government’s list of vulnerable people?
As the reality of the coronavirus lockdown hits – how are blind and VI people coping?