Grapevine - David & Margaret with inserts from Jacki Marshall, Allan McDonald, Marlene Reid, Irene Knowles, Kelly Sprout. RNIB Tel 0303 123 9999. What’s On -Ken Lindsay. Motherwell College David Tanner with details of the latest courses for the visually impaired at Motherwell College. Tel 01698 232 425 www.motherwell.co.uk Action for Blind People/RNIB Roland Myres reports on the coming together of two of the largest organisations serving the blind and the visually impaired in the UK. Roland spoke to Stephen Remington. Thanks to Infosound for this programme Glasgow Sight Village Exhibition More of Gordon’s report from the Sight Village Exhibition of Equipment and Services Held in the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow on 2nd and 3rd March. British Wireless for the Blind John Mills 01622 754757 Sight and Sound – Events sponsors e.mail firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 0845 634 7979 Queen Alexandra College Ray Piggot – 0800 234 68 59 Part 2 Glasgow Sight Village RNIB Gordon talks to Paul Porter about new equipment and KFB reader which operates using a mobile phone with a camera function. RNIB Customer services 0303 123 9999. Story of Blind Children’s weekend to Girvan in 1976 At present we are archiving all our previous Playback Magazines which are on reel to reel tape, first recorded in May 1976. During the process we are coming across many programmes worth giving another play. This month we have a story written by Bob Foster who for many years was the mobility officer in Strathclyde. He, along with others, volunteered to take a group of visually impaired children to Girvan. The story first appeared on the June 1976 edition of Playback, it’s read by Betty Anderson. Maybe some of the children now listen to Playback! National Talking Express Another contribution from Roland Myers at Infosound. This time he talks to Martin about 30 years of NTE. Eye Level Interview This months Eye Level Interview is with Margaret and Neil Rodger. We find out about their life as visually impaired parents bringing up a family. Margaret Cowie asks the questions. Ally Smith Ally smith has been a full time member of staff at the Playback Service for the past three years. This month he leaves us to start a new job as a Rehabilitation Officer with East Ayrshire Council. Peter talks to him.