Radio news

16 September 2022
Our volunteers share a wide range of skills and expertise, featuring world-renowned illusionists, psychologists, designers and journalists, and now classically trained composer, lyricist, pianist and music editor/engineer David Cheshire joins the ranks.
01 September 2020
Vision Australia Radio is proud to share a new partnership with Dumbo Feather magazine, which has seen the best of the publication’s articles and podcasts being featured in a weekly one hour program presented by volunteer Ben Murphy across the entire radio network.
01 September 2020
There was cause for celebration recently at Vision Australia, as national audio description coordinator Michael Ward celebrated 20 years with the organisation.
21 August 2020
Vision Australia Radio is proud to announce a new media partnership with Arts Access Australia to better promote the incredible contribution of artists who are blind or have low vision across Australia.
21 August 2020
Vision Australia’s audio description team have created an accessible program guide that covers the weekly schedule of audio described programs on ABC and SBS.
18 August 2020
Vision Australia Radio Perth has added to their already strong radio schedule with a brand new daily reading program, the Al-Jazeera News Hour, bringing listeners breaking international news stories from the Al-Jazeera website.
14 August 2020
Vision Australia Radio is excited to be back broadcasting local content to the blind and low vision community from its Albury studio.
12 August 2020
The Disability Sport and Recreation Festival began in 2010 and promotes and celebrates physically active lifestyles for people of all abilities on International Day of People with Disability each year.
12 August 2020
Haben Girma would prefer not to be called inspiring. But, as the first Deafblind woman to make Harvard history and living in defiance of great social and physical barriers, it is a term often used to describe her achievements.
06 August 2020
The National Portrait Gallery is set to hold a virtual and accessible tour through a current exhibition of indigenous artworks from the Kimberley on Wednesday August 12 at 2pm.