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Emily, Liam, Nat and Will. Four students stumbling through life, not entirely sure how. A comedy podcast discussing news, current affairs and entertainment.
 
Timely mix of practical ideas you can use to progress along your Life Journey. This station serves you with realistic approaches to maximize Peace, Joy, and Love in your life.
 
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Working LIke Dogs features pet podcasts about working animals. In this working animal podcast, we cover everything from how to get started as a trainer of working animals or how to acquire a working animal to how to take care of your animal companion. In these podcasts, you will learn what it means to work side by side with an animal. We cover working animals such as service dogs, guide dogs, hearing dogs, police dogs, search and rescue dogs, drug dogs, seizure dogs, military dogs, etc. In a ...
 
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Guide dog Layla and her four-legged friends give you a unique insight into their working lives - with a little help from 'mum' Sue and supporters. Brought to you by the team at Colchester-based Mosaic Publicity, celebrating the company's 10th anniversary by raising money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
 
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Each month RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell speaks to Tristan Parker from E-Access Bulletin. We discuss some of the topics, ahead of the release of the next issue of the free monthly bulletin, focusing on assistive technology. This month's topics include, the new Soundscape GPS app from Microsoft and Guide dogs, assistive tech awards & much m ...…
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at The Canadian War Museum in Ottawa with hosts Dave Brown and Jessie Archambault. Here, Dave and Jessie interview Andrew Hanlond, Duane Morgan and Rob Nevin. Andrew Hanlon is the program manager for the new CNIB Guide Dogs program to raise and train guide dogs – exclusively for people with ...…
 
The UK charity Guide Dogs has teamed up with global tech giant Microsoft to develop and release a new app for blind and partially sighted people. Soundscape is a new slant on personal GPS and uses 3D sound to build an audio picture of your surroundings as you walk, or travel in a vehicle. RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell spoke to Jenny Cook, ...…
 
Grifts, gaffes, and guide dogs: it's episode 42 of Dr. SAS. Listen in. https://twitter.com/UofSkeleton drskeletonsartschool@gmail.com
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Monty and MeAuthor: Louisa BennetNarrator: Lee Maxwell-Simpson, Charlie SandersonFormat: UnabridgedLength: 10 hrs and 48 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-22-15Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers LimitedGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, SuspensePubli ...…
 
Guest: Dena Coukoulis, Viral Video FilmmakerWhat up, Get Up Nation? My name is Ben Biddick, the Host of The Get Up Nation Podcast and Co-Author of Get Up: The Art of Perseverance with Adam Greenberg, former Major League Baseball Player and CEO of www.lurongliving.com! Episode 15 features Dena Coukoulis. As Dena strived to help her son cope with ...…
 
A listener recommends 'Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero' and tells us why she finds it so inspiring. Clipped from Read On episode 56
 
Each month RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell speaks with John Rafferty, Chief Exec of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) in Toronto. They discuss some of the latest topics around sight loss and this month it's a mix of guide dogs and technology. #rnibConnect
 
Guide Dogs are often associated with assisting blind people, but did you know that horses are also capable of doing the same job? RNIB Connect Radio’s Barry Snell has more.
 
When we think of guide dogs, we think of our four legged friends helping blind people around the streets. But did you the charity Guide Dogs has an army of 'My Guide' volunteers, helping visually impaired people regain their mobility? RNIB Conncet Radio's Barry Snell spoke with Alan Morris, who signed up for the scheme and found his life transf ...…
 
This week Amit Patel, owner of Kika the guide dog, has been in the news again. Last year BBC Ouch made a video about how he straps a video camera to her harness in order to record the looks, stares and reactions from people around him on the street. When he comes home, he shows it to his wife who gives him a commentary on what happened that Ami ...…
 
Jon’s had a busy week, but hasn’t managed to get any words on the page. He discusses the second week of his guide dog training and a trip to an author conference in London. Email your questions to Jon (at) joncronshaw (dot) com. You can find out more about Jon Cronshaw and his work by visiting joncronshaw.com or Jon’s author page. Like his Face ...…
 
upcoming events at the APH museum; Leader Dogs for the Blind; new policies for flying with guide dogs, assistance dogs and emotional support dogs create debateBy 37.
 
In this, the fourth episode of our series celebrating powerful women living spacious lives and spreading their magic in the world, I welcome Joy Thomas, freelance writer, blogger, teacher and speaker, Wife, Mama to 2 girls and 1 very special guide dog, Roja. Joy shares with us what she means when she says her blindness is a big part of her stor ...…
 
The charity Guide Dogs is campaigning for councils to demand new, and existing, taxi and mini cab drivers take Disability Awareness Training before they are allowed to be licensed. This is because of the rising number of refusals by the drivers, and other service providers like hotels and restaurants, that are not only illegal but distressing f ...…
 
This episode explores the different dimensions and definitions of commonly used industry terms - entrepreneur, innovator, inventor and creativity. Is there a difference? What is the difference? How do they fit and tie into together? Can you be an innovator and not be an entrepreneur? Are all entrepreneurs innovators? How can we apply innovation ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Look Up, Move ForwardAuthor: Becky AndrewsNarrator: Kimberly S. HobscheidFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 hrs and 18 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-27-17Publisher: Resilient VisionRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 6 votesGenres: Bios & Memoirs, Personal Memoir ...…
 
Kirsty James has been a regular contributor to RNIB Connect Radio over 2017 and this Christmas day she and her husband Tom joined Kris Wallace for a special festive chat. Kirsty discusses how Christmas has changed since sight loss, how her guidedog came to be named Bass, and her incredible achievement this year of addressing The House Of Common ...…
 
Each year RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell speaks to the CEOs of some of the world's leading sight loss charities. We look back at 2017 at some of the year's highlights and challenges, ahead to what's in store for 2018 and a personal highlight of the year from the Chief Exec. Today's it's Tom Wright, CEO of Guide Dogs UK. #RNIBConnect…
 
Hy Cohen Talks Parenting, Teaching, Family, Guide Dogs and Being an Aira Explorer Hy Cohen teaches assistive technology , is a husband and a father who places a lot of focus on the family. Hy is an advocate for change and has worked to create a law. Layla’s Law, that gives service animals rights and protections. Accepting challenges is just par ...…
 
In this week's episode, Steven and Jill are joined by Daniel Williams from an organisation called Visualise. Dan is visually impaired himself and he wanted to discuss his experience of owning a guide dog for only four weeks while being refused entry to four different locations because of his dog. Dan also discusses his thoughts on public percep ...…
 
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This week Hilary talks about life after the death of her guide dog, Yalena. Ivybridge Transcription Centre celebrates it's 30th anniversary and blogger Ffion Miles talks about her trip "down under".
 
Timely Tidbits, a collection of articles on a variety of subjects, will be coming your way for three weeks. This week, in part 1, you'll hear about a blind surfer, retinal imaging tests, a guide dog named Nadine and about Touch Tours in Philadelphia.By rphinney@wxxi.org (rphinney).
 
So nice of you to drop by this Cybermonday Today's Bombshell (Bombshell Radio) Bombshell Radio 4pm-5pm EST EST bombshellradio.com #indie #rock #alternative #Synthpop #indierock #community #radio #BombshellRadio #AddictionsPodcast It’s showtime. It’s Monday, so it’s time to check out out & play submissions from our overflowing Addictions Inbox a ...…
 
This Christmas sees The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association launch its latest fundraising tv advert campaign. For many charities, this time of year is popular for encouraging individuals to make a one off or a regular monthly donation. The latest advert is a bit of a chiller and shows how visually impaired people can live life to the full, wit ...…
 
One Veteran’s wish for All Blinded Veterans. Independence Aira Presents, Explorer Stories, a look into the extraordinary and often ordinary stories of Aira Explorers and how they use this technology in their daily lives. Before losing his sight to Retinitis Pigmentosa fourteen years ago, Chuck Miller retired after a 28-year Army career. An avid ...…
 
This week Steven Scott and Jill Barkley are joined by RNIB Northern Ireland's Joe Kenny to talk about tiredness that can be associated with blindness, parenting as a blind person and queue-barging - ending up at the front of a queue because you have a cane or guide dog and no-one complains! Join the conversation TheWeeklyConnect@rnib.org.uk #RN ...…
 
It's been a busy year for Blind Dave Heeley as he attempts to become the first blind person to complete every Great Run during a calendar year. He has also recently moved house & in typical Dave style, has ripped most of it out & been heavily involved in refurbishing it. Plus he recently found out that his loyal companion & guide dog Seamus wil ...…
 
Bonfire night can be a fun time for many but our four legged friends can find the celebration frightening and stressful. RNIB Connect Radio's Simon Pauley spoke to Eilidh Smith, from the charity Guide Dogs, to find out how we can help to keep our dogs safe and calm.
 
All blind people know braille. All blind people have super hero like hearing. All blind people have guide dogs. Right?!? Jill and Girl Gone Blind, Maria Johnson, address some of the assumptions that are made about them because they are blind. Maria is a weekly contributor on the Morning Mix and a blogger at www.girlgoneblind.com. Find her on Tw ...…
 
Listen to the first part in an ongoing series of chats between friends Kirsty, Cat and Nicki. In this conversation Kirsty tells the ladies about her decision to take the leap and finally get a guide dog. A powerful chat about the acceptance of losing sight, the psychological impact of embracing a working pet, and how much a guide dog becomes a ...…
 
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This week, one man wants to get his ears pierced, a rich kids wants his best friend's girl, someone's doubting guide dogs and much, much more.Obviously Ben and Alfie still don't know how to give advice but it's a working process.
 
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