In this interview highlight, Food For Thought presenter Joy Nuske interviews food blogger Harriet who runs a website dedicated to foodies who are blind. Harriet is based in the UK and discusses tips of the trade to encourage the global blind community to get in the kitchen and to cook up a storm. This is now Harriet's 5th monthly podcast with VAR.
In this months episode, Harriet discusses the benefits of featuring vegetables in our diet and the health benefits of each. Joy also shares here favorites and not so favorites.
Food For Thought is a weekly radio program on Vision Australia Radio that shines the spotlight on accessibility. You can learn more about the program via the following link: http://varadio.org/foodforthought and find the air times for the program via this link: http://varadio.org/programs
Host of arguably Australia's most successful radio programs, 3AW breakfast presenter (and host of food program A Moveable Feast) Ross Stevenson, speaks with Vision Australia Radio's own foodie and radio presenter Joy Nuske to chat food, travel and early morning radio. But has the top rating breakfast host ever come across a braille menu in his years of restaurant reviews and dining out? Joy isn't afraid to ask!
In recent months audio description has made its way onto Australian TV, bringing a new level of accessibility to selected ABC and SBS programs for viewers who are blind or have low vision. However, the need for more audio description on TV in areas such as advertising remains an important topic.
In September Vision Australia Radio’s Peter Greco caught up with Belong Mobile head of brand and marketing Kelly Schulz to discuss audio description in advertising.
Natalie Wade is the founder and principal lawyer of Equality Lawyers which provides everyday legal services to people with disabilities, their families and supporters. Natalie is a regular guest on Vision Australia Radio's Leisure Link program with Peter Greco. In this podcast, Natalie expands on Guardianship and Administration in the law. What it is and how it affects people living with disability.