Radio and Podcasting

Below is a list of topics you'll find in this section. Click on a title to jump to a specific topic:


This list compiled by the American Printing House includes recorded presentations and interviews going back to August 2005. Links here launch a player to listen online.
Rick Harmon manages the Geek Zone's lists of helpful resources, including "audio tutorials, gadget demonstrations, useful links and programs, and a community of tech gurus...."
International Association of Audio Information Services
IAAIS provides this list of radio reading services in the US and abroad. Many stations broadcast online, so if you have missed your hometown paper, this might be your solution!
International Association of Audio Information Services
A state-by-state listing of reading services. Many podcasts also feature podcasts or downloadable archives. Some sites require registration.
Whitestick is a personal website from the UK which lists podcasts on a variety of interesting topics, most produced by blind people. Includes two links for downloading podcatchers.

Individual Program Links 

Formerly titled ViewPoints, "this half-hour weekly radio program and podcast discusses products, services and daily living tips for people with vision loss." Hosted and produced by Peter Torpey and Nancy Goodman Torpey.
BBC, Radio 4
In Touch presents news and information for people who are blind or visually impaired. Peter White's weekly podcast is archived for 30 days. 
The podcast of Serotek, is the primary discussion and review program dedicated to the accessible digital lifestyle.
Vision Australia Radio
Australia's national program for the blindness community is available to the world! Listen live or subscribe through this programming page.


Blind Cool Tech
Blind Cool Tech is produced by computer users who are blind, and has podcasts on everything from computers to house cleaning, including how to use software, find interesting websites, and download MP3 files for free.
This free downloadable podcatcher is a tool for finding, downloading, archiving, and sharing poscasts.