New Horizons Program 446

This week on program 446 of New Horizons, we hear from Lee Kumutat, an Australian who is currently living in the UK, working as a radio producer, presenter and journalist. Hear about her move, and some of the differences between the UK and Australia, particularly in regard to transport, and the difference in attitudes to blind people.

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New Horizons is available as a podcast! To manually subscribe, using your pod catcher of choice, place the following URL http://www.bca.org.au/feed/ in the appropriate field to subscribe to the New Horizons program.

If you are a Vision Australia I-Access Library member, you can subscribe to New Horizons using the I-Access on line catalogue. Use the find facility within the on line catalogue with the search term “New Horizons” and you will be presented with current and past programs of New Horizons, from there you can subscribe to the podcast.

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Go here for Broadcast times and stations

Current and past Episodes of New Horizons can also be found on the Blind Citizens Australia audio page

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New Horizons Program 445

This week on program 445 of New Horizons, ahead of some BCA updates, we look at how to subscribe and receive the New Horizons podcast from the Vision Australia library. As well, there are some exciting updates to Vision Australia’s Connect app, which allows IOS and Android users to read and/or download books.

You can use the embedded audio player above to listen or download the program.

New Horizons is available as a podcast! To manually subscribe, using your pod catcher of choice, place the following URL http://www.bca.org.au/feed/ in the appropriate field to subscribe to the New Horizons program.

If you are a Vision Australia I-Access Library member, you can subscribe to New Horizons using the I-Access on line catalogue. Use the find facility within the on line catalogue with the search term “New Horizons” and you will be presented with current and past programs of New Horizons, from there you can subscribe to the podcast.

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Go here for Broadcast times and stations

Current and past Episodes of New Horizons can also be found on the Blind Citizens Australia audio page

And on the The Global Voice

New Horizons Program 444

This week on program 444 of New Horizons, we talk all things Braille. We hear from Jordie Howell, a member of the executive committee of the Australian Braille Authority, about the Onkyo Essay Competition, the forthcoming Round Table on Information Access for people with a Print Disability, and lots more. Finally, Vaughn updates us on latest happenings from BCA including an important survey regarding communications, as well as some teleconferences for people interested in Aged Care reform.

You can use the embedded audio player above to listen or download the program.

New Horizons is available as a podcast! To manually subscribe, using your pod catcher of choice, place the following URL http://www.bca.org.au/feed/ in the appropriate field to subscribe to the New Horizons program.

If you are a Vision Australia I-Access Library member, you can subscribe to New Horizons using the I-Access on line catalogue. Use the find facility within the on line catalogue with the search term “New Horizons” and you will be presented with current and past programs of New Horizons, from there you can subscribe to the podcast.

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Go here for Broadcast times and stations

Current and past Episodes of New Horizons can also be found on the Blind Citizens Australia audio page

And on the The Global Voice

New Horizons Program 443

What is “Flash Sonar”? How can blind people be given a greater glimpse of their environment and navigate more effectively? Find out on this week’s New Horizons, program 443, when we speak with Daniel Kish of World Access for the blind. Daniel is an Orientation and Mobility specialist from the US who is currently visiting Australia conducting seminars and training for O and M instructors and people who are blind.

You can use the embedded audio player above to listen or download the program.

New Horizons is also available as a podcast! To manually subscribe, using your pod catcher of choice, place the following URL http://www.bca.org.au/feed/ in the appropriate field to subscribe to the New Horizons program.

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Go here for Broadcast times and stations

Current and past Episodes of New Horizons can also be found on the Blind Citizens Australia audio page

And on the The Global Voice

New Horizons Program 442

This week on program 442 of New Horizons, we hear from David Blyth, inaugural president of Blind Citizens Australia, in response to last week’s interview with Ivan Molloy. We also hear from Helen Freris of Melbourne, vice president of BCA’s National Women’s Branch, about moves to improve communication for women across Australia.

You can use the embedded audio player above to listen or download the program.

New Horizons is also available as a podcast! To manually subscribe, using your pod catcher of choice, place the following URL http://www.bca.org.au/feed/ in the appropriate field to subscribe to the New Horizons program.

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Go here for Broadcast times and stations

Current and past Episodes of New Horizons can also be found on the Blind Citizens Australia audio page

And on the The Global Voice