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Text icon The Keys Of The Kingdomm by Charlotte Bennie

September 13th, 2016 / 0 comments

Charlotte Bennie THE KEYS of the KINGDOM When did you last dial a number? No, I don’t mean stabbed one digit at a key pad, I mean physically poked a finger into a wee hole on a dial and forced the whole shebang to birl, clatter and click into operation. It would be back in […]

Sound and podcast icon John Cavanagh Voiceover Maestro

September 5th, 2016 / 0 comments

Listen to the first of a two-part interview with John Cavanagh Glasgow based broadcaster, voice-over artist, musician, records producer and performer.   Listen to interview here.

Text icon Charlotte Bennie with Another Great Tale – Feral Road Signs

August 18th, 2016 / 0 comments

Well! It’s gone. Vanished into the outer darkness. The Man at Work road sign which has been roosting on the pavement leading down to the kirk, shops, cinema and other trappings of civilisation for the past few months has finally disappeared. Actually, roosting wasn’t the best word to use, as it didn’t sit in the […]

Text icon Animal Magic by Charlotte Bennie

August 18th, 2016 / 0 comments

  “Really, I ought to have a parrot as well as Miss Pupkin,” I said to Wullie while attempted to differentiate between fivers and tenners in my wallet. Now, Wullie is an honest chap and he quickly sorted out exactly how much I had to give in return for worm and tick stuff for our […]

Sound and podcast icon Interview With Fiona Gray

August 2nd, 2016 / 0 comments

Check out this audio interview with Fiona Gray who works as a counsellor with Glasgow University Counselling and Psychological support services. Fiona interview.

Text icon Gillian Johnstone – Taking on the world

June 19th, 2016 / 0 comments
Gillian Johstone carrying the Olmpic flame

Gillian Johnstone is 18 years old and has been visually impaired and registered blind most of her life. She is also moderately deaf, wear hearing aids and has dyslexia. Gillian has always had a very positive outlook and has been a continual inspiration to her teachers and everyone with whom she makes contact with. Even […]

Text icon Keeping Fit When You’re Blind

May 8th, 2016 / 0 comments
swimming pool

By Charlotte Bonnie from Jedburgh.                                    I bounced off something large, squashy and hairy yesterday. In the local swimming pool. No, not an abandoned elastoplast, thank goodness. Someone’s stomach, belonging to a small, round man doing breadths on his […]

Text icon Apple TV Review

May 8th, 2016 / 0 comments
Apple TV

By Bill Ferguson from Paisley If it existed in a bubble, the new Apple TV would be a stellar product. It offers a steady improvement over its three-year-stagnant predecessor – a device built for the then revolutionary new standard of 1080p – and comes with one of the most premium remotes on the market. If […]