New Horizons Program 501

This week on program 501 of New Horizons, we hear from newly co-opted Blind Citizens Australia board member, Prue Watt. Hear how she grew up, and her aspirations in life and for BCA.

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://wordpress.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

May 2017 edition of Soundabout now available!

There are several ways to access the May 2017 edition of SoundAbout:

  • You can listen or download using the audio player above
  • Find it on our audio page
  • or, the links below will also work. The first is with the word “listen” for immediate listening. The other is with the word “download” for placing on a device for listening at a later date

Please note; Soundabout is also a podcast which you can subscribe to. You can do this in a couple of ways:

  • If you are a Vision Australia library client, make enquiries with them, call 1300 847 466
  • Using your podcatcher use the URL http://wordpress.bca.org.au/feed/ to manually search

Contents of this edition include:

  • Glen Morrow speaks with BCA President, John Simpson about this year’s National Convention
  • Steve Richardson speaks with Emma Bennison about her new role as Executive Officer
  • Peter Greco speaks with Lynne Davis about the National Policy Council
  • Steve Richardson speaks with Vaughn Bennison, host of New Horizons Radio Program
  • Peter Greco speaks with Julie Sutherland for an update on the Womens Branch
  • Rikki Chaplin speaks with Gisele Mesnage about Digital Gap initiative
  • Glen Morrow speaks with Adam Morris about the various mailing lists for blind and vision impaired people
  • Rikki Chaplin Speaks with Martin Stewart about the inaccessibility of AFL and NRL apps
  • Diary Dates and Contact details

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New Horizons Program 500

This week on program 500 of New Horizons, to mark this, the 500th episode, we are joined by BCA president, John Simpson. We discuss the history of the program, and how it has changed through the years. John also tells us about what New Horizons means to BCA, and to the blind and vision impaired community in general.

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://wordpress.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 499

We hear from Blind Citizens Australia Executive Officer, Emma Bennison, about the upcoming convention in Melbourne. Hear where it will be held, and about some of the facilities the venue offers. Also, a couple of important notices.

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://wordpress.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 498

This week on program 498 of New Horizons, we speak with Krystel Malcolm, executive officer of Blind Citizens NSW. She updates us on recent happenings, and tells us of a very interesting and exciting opportunity for blind people living in NSW and the ACT.

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://wordpress.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