February 2014 Soundabout

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Please find the following two links for the most recent edition of Soundabout. The links are worded either Listen To or Download. Please choose the link that best suits your needs. The contents of the edition are as follows:

– Sue Hastie speaks with Greg Madson, President of BCA
– Rikki Chaplin speaks with Maryanne Diamond, recipient of the 2013 David Blyth Award
– Extract from the 2013 BCA National Convention: Michael Simpson on Keynote Address
– Peter Greco speaks with Ivan Peterson, recipient of 2013 BCA Certificate of Appreciation
– Marian Jones speaks with Jenny Dawson, recipient of the 2013 BCA Women’s Branch Diana Braun Award
– Rikki Chaplin speaks with Ashleigh Brooks, first time attendee at a BCA National Convention
– Sue Hastie speaks with Robyn Gaile, presenter of BCA New Horizons Radio Program about her departure
– Robyn Gaile speaks about how to apply to be a presenter on the BCA New Horizons Radio Program
– Peter Greco speaks with Graham Coulton on the results of the 32nd Blind Cricket Championships
– Marian Jones speaks with Peter Granleese about an initiative developed by the BCA ACT branch for haling buses
– Angus Spence provides information on State Elections
– BCA related Diary Dates for ACT, NSW and Victoria
– BCA Contact Details.

Listen to or download the February 2014 edition of Sound About!

New Horizons program 332

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This week on program 332 of New Horizons, Robyn Gaile speaks with Daniel Kish, President of World Access for the Blind and an expert in the field of echolocation.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 332 and to download is
Download program 332

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. New Horizons can also be heard over the Internet from the Blind Citizens Australia web site at http://www.bca.org.au

And on the Global Voice at http://theglobalvoice.info.

New Horizons is produced at the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne. Blind Citizens Australia thanks Vision Australia for their technical Support and for the use of their resources. You can visit Vision Australia on the web at
http://www.visionaustralia.org

New Horizons program 331

This week on program 331 of New Horizons, Robyn Gaile and Stephen Jolley speak with Maryanne Diamond, recipient of the 2013 Blind Citizens Australia David Blyth Award.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 331 and to download is
Download Program 331

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

New Horizons can also be heard over the Internet from the Blind Citizens Australia web site at www.bca.org.au

on ACB Radio World at http://www.acbradio.org and
on the Global Voice at http://theglobalvoice.info.

New Horizons is produced at the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne. Blind Citizens Australia thanks Vision Australia for their technical Support and for the use of their resources. You can visit Vision Australia on the web at
http://www.visionaustralia.org

Thanks also go to Audio-Read for providing the web space for online storage of the older New Horizons files. Audio-Read are
developers of a secure digital multicast system and patented portable Audio Navigator for the delivery and playback of digital audio
content. You can visit Audio-Read on the web at
http://www.audio-read.com.au

New Horizons program 330

This week on program 330 of New Horizons, is an excerpt from the “Access to the Arts” session at the Blind Citizens Australia National Convention 2013. The session was chaired by Emma Bennison.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 330 and to download is Download Program 330

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout
Australia. Broadcast times and stations are at
http://bca.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70&Itemid=54

Want to know more about the “Right To Read” campaign and the recent WIPO treaty?

Want to know more about the “Right To Read” campaign and the recent WIPO treaty?

Listen to Maryanne Diamond and Dr Frederic Shroeder on Vision Australia’s Talking Vision for 2013 at Talking Vision