with Margaret Cowie and David Tanner.
with Ken Lindsay.
40 years since start of Glasgow Retinitis Pigmentosa Group
Irene Solomons, from an interview first broadcast in 1977, tells Peter Fraserabout the Glasgow branches first year.
The Antonine Way
Derek Young talks to Alison O’Kane about the work being carried out to preserve this ancient wall which stretches across central Scotland.
Scottish Dance band leader Bill Black died recently and as our tribute we replay an interview from our archive when Peter spoke to him in 2008. Bill’s Daughter Kate is a recipient of Playback and we send our deepest sympathy to her and all the Family. We understand a great tribute was paid to him at the funeral Service in Dunkeld Cathedral.
The Iriss Project - support for blind children and families
This is a new joint project between RNIB Scotland and Visibility in Glasgow. IRISS stands for Identify, React, Intervene, Sustained Support. Steve Scott From Insight Radio reports, we thank them for this item.
Derek recently went to one of his favourite Coffee Shops on the banks of Loch Lomond in Luss. he speaks to Rowena Ferguson owner of the Coach House Coffee Shop.
Glasgow Life Good Move Project & Disability Tennis
Peter recently Visited the Emirates Arena in Glasgow to find out about the Good Move activities being organised to help keep you fit and healthy. He talks to Loraine Tonner, Good Move Development Officer.
Tel: 0300 343 0400
Tennis for the Visually Handicapped is another activity organised by Glasgow Life at Gorbals and Scotstoun Sports Centres. Peter talks to Lesley Whitehead of Glasgow Disability Tennis and to Tennis Development Officer Neil Haig.
tel: 07590 901 678
Another report from Steve Scott of Insight Radio who asks the question, could blind and partially sighted people be able to drive cars in the future. Steve speaks to Jonathan Mosen.
A little chuckle from David Tanner