Discover Vision Australia's special interest podcast series below.
Let's Talk About Vision Loss
Eight people tell their very personal stories of blindness or low vision to help others facing similar experiences.
This Girl Can - Victoria
A six-part Vision Australia Radio audio series, which shares a range of perspectives from women who have found their preferred method for getting active and involved in their community.
Listen to This Girl Can - Victoria podcast series
The Career Path
This program will focus on individuals working in a wide variety of fields, sharing their perspectives on employment and advice for jobseekers.
Listen to the Career Path podcasts
Eye to Eye
Talking blindness and low vision in your language. The series showcases how the five storytellers lead independent and fulfilling lives in their adopted country.
Nothing's Off Limits
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about living with blindness or low vision but, couldn’t ask. Nothing’s Off Limits.
Listen to Nothing's Off Limits podcast series
National Disability Insurance Scheme
This series of bite-sized, conversational podcasts is designed to demystify the process of signing up to the NDIS and assist you on your NDIS journey.
An interesting place to be
In this podcast series we take an in depth look at a year in the life of Martin Wright, who lost his vision in November 2016.
Martin takes us through the changes and challenges he’s dealing with and we get to know Martin, his wife, Pat, his family and learn about how his vision loss has impacted on his life.
Listen to An interesting place to be podcasts
Don't Eat the Whole Elephant
A wellbeing podcast series from Vision Australia.
Trying to deal with vision loss can feel a bit like being asked to eat a whole elephant. Or at least that’s what one of the hosts of our wellbeing podcast, Cameron Algie, compares it to.
Listen to Don't Eat the Whole Elephant podcasts
Mother's Day Classic
Welcome to a special presentation by Vision Australia Radio in support of the 2020 Mother’s Day Classic.
The Mother’s Day Classic is an annual fun run and walk raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research.
Get Krack!n: the Audio Deskribed podcasts
Can you believe it, the world's earliest morning TV show is still on air! And no-one is more surprised and fatigued by this fact than the show’s hosts, "trained" "actor" Kate McLennan and “personality-challenged” Kate McCartney.
In collaboration with the producers of the show, Vision Australia Radio has the entire season Audio Described available via podcast. Find the podcasts here.