Infosound comprises a round-the-clock broadcast that you can listen to whenever you like and an on-demand service, Infosound Select,

which enables you to choose which individual audio items you want to hear, again whenever it suits you.  You can access both services

below on this page. On a separate page you can find out about all the different ways to listen to Infosound.

Infosound broadcast

Infosound is broadcasting news and information around the clock - all day, everyday.  Just listen-in whenever you like.  Infosound is a

frequently-updated blend of audio features on a broad range of sight loss-related subjects, shorter briefings about events and services,

often from one region of Great Britain, vision-impaired listeners' own comments, hints, tips and items of information and some music.


Throughout the day, you'll hear a general mix of items, interspersed with music.  But, from time to time, we have specific "slots" where you

can hear particular types of information.

There are more details here about the Infosound broadcast content and schedule.

Infosound Select

                                                 Talking newspapers/magazines and other VI Sector information providers: please visit Infosound Charity Support

Infosound Select is the on-demand service for the Infosound broadcast.

If you want to listen-again to something you heard on Infosound or just browse through the most recent audio items to be broadcast,

they're all here - to listen-to individually: audio features, shorter regional and local briefings and Audio Noticeboard contributions from

listeners and service providers.

Just select whatever you want to hear from its title:

⚪   Audio-described architecture tours in London

⚫   Large-printed and giant-printed playing cards

💬  Your Call: National Talking Express and Media Roundup magazines now on the Alexa App

⚫   Traveleyes one-to-one guided group holidays for vision-impaired people

💬  Your Call: news about Sight Support Derbyshire Information Days

⚪   The UK National Eye Health and Hearing Study

⚫   Products to help with managing medication

⚫   Choosing and using monocular and binocular magnifiers

💬  Your Call: advice wanted about Doro smart phone functions

⚪   Edinburgh International and Fringe Festivals’ support for vision-impaired people

⚫   The Sight Advice FAQ portal answering questions about sight loss

⚫   The pocket-sized Evo E5 and Evo E10 DAISY players

⚪   The Dorset Blind Association transcription service

⚫   The free personal welfare benefits check, offered by RNIB

💬  Your Call: help wanted with accessibility of Sky Q Box

⚫   Guide Dogs' "My Guide" service and how its volunteer guides are trained

You can contribute a comment, a hint, a tip or an item of news or information by phoning us on 03000 111 555, selecting

option 5 and recording a short message.

Listen to information about the Infosound Audio Noticeboard.

You can subscribe to the free Infosound Podcast to have the latest Infosound Select items delivered straight to your

computer, tablet or smart mobile phone as soon as they have been produced. You can also listen to our round-the-clock

broadcast via the podcast.

We welcome listeners' comments about any aspect of the Infosound service so we can make sure it is always as

relevant and informative as possible.  Hear more about giving us feedback.

To let us know your opinion, just call 03000 111 555 and select option 3.
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