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Television, reading and leisure at home contacts

Below is a range of organisations and charities that offer advice and information to disabled people on television, reading and leisure at home

Listening Books

Listening Books provides a postal audiobook library service to anyone with an illness or disability that makes it impossible or difficult to hold a book, turn pages, or read in the usual way.

See Hear (BBC)

Listings of programmes shown on the BBC that have subtitles, plus reviews and online discussions about programmes.

Sign Post

SignPost is a supplier of British Sign Language (BSL) services for television, video, CD-ROM, DVD, film and the Internet.

Talking Books

An audio bookshop based in London dealing solely with audio reading formats.

Talking Newspapers (TNAUK)

TNAUK provide national and local newspapers and magazines on audio tape, CD, email, Internet download and CD-ROM for visually impaired and disabled people.

Association of Scottish Talking Newspapers (ASTN)

ASTN provide assistance and guidance to the organisers of Scottish talking newspapers.

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