Radio news

28 January 2020
In this podcast interview highlight which was originally featured on our Talking Vision podcast feed, Stella Glory speaks to comedian Tom Skelton ten years on from losing most of his sight. Tom Skelton looks back at a decade of being blind and wonders what might have been had he not lost his sight.
23 January 2020
Would you like to learn skills to make the most technology and get online in a safe, accessible and fully supported way? 
23 January 2020
The worlds friendly grand-slam, the Australian Open is back for 2020. Once again our valued audience right across Australia will be able to hear the action in partnership with AO Radio, as we simulcast the tournament from January 20 to February 2.
23 January 2020
Vision Australia Radio was recently thankful to have the support of catering company Yum Catering who provided our Melbourne based volunteers with a wonderful arrangement of canapés for our end of year wrap party to see out a challenging yet rewarding 2019.
23 January 2020
The Perth festival is back and bigger than ever, and this year Vision Australia Radio is proud to be a media partner for the Perth Festival 2020.
23 January 2020
In early 2019, Vision Australia Radio teamed up with the Country Fire Authority (CFA) to create a three-part podcast series about bushfire safety and home fire safety.
09 January 2020
Help shape future technologies for the people who are blind or have low vision by registering to assist with research by Monash University’s Inclusive Technologies group.
07 January 2020
Vision Australia Radio is proud to support a great bushfire relief fundraiser for Rotary Club of Australia’s Rotary National Bushfires Appeal.

We have all seen the disastrous fires that have erupted, taking lives as well as destroying hundreds of homes and properties across Australia.
04 December 2019
Applications for the Sir Charles Bright Scholarship are now open for 2020, available to students in Adelaide and across South Australia. The Trust was established in 1985 by Malcolm Penn, in memory of Sir Charles Bright, a former judge of the Supreme Court, and a man who did much in both his public and in his private life for people with disabilities and the disadvantaged in the community.
21 November 2019
Welcome to this new podcast series from Vision Australia Radio which shines the spotlight on our new Home Care Services. In our first podcast episode of the series with a new episode to follow monthly, Vision Australia Radio presenter Jason Gipps speaks to Home Care Packages Team Leader Meghan Hird about the service that is available to over 65s, and how it can help support and improve home living standards.