There are many different ways and places to buy audio books, magazines and newspapers.
Buy audio from RNIB
Over 200 high street magazine and newspaper titles on audio CD, USB or download audio and text files, which you can listen to using text-to-speech software on your computer.
DAISY audio books
Our range of DAISY audio books includes everything you'd expect to find in a library but available to buy and keep. From best-selling and classic fiction to reference books and non-fiction titles such as cookbooks, history, autobiographies and much more. DAISY CDs can be played on a standalone DAISY player or DAISY player software on your computer.
Buy audio from elsewhere
Amazon is an online shop that sells audio books on CD and as downloads.
Apple iTunes - as well as selling music, Apple sell audio books through iTunes.
Audible is on online audio book shop that offers a variety of titles to buy individually or as part of a subscription package.
Audiobooksforfree.com is a website where you can download over 1,800 out-of-copyright audio books for free, or pay a small charge for better quality recordings. Books are read by volunteers.
AudiobookStore.com is an online source for over 100,000 audiobook titles, available in download and streaming format. A selection of classic titles originally recorded by RNIB are available to download via this store.
Librivox has over 5,100 free downloadable audio books. Volunteers read out chapters of out-of-copyright books which are made available in a number of formats.
Naxos AudioBooks publishes CDs and cassettes, and also has a Download Shop offering MP3 downloads.
Most publishers sell their audio books through Audible or iTunes. Some shops, such as Waterstones or WHSmiths sell audio books on CDs in their shops as well as via their websites.
Talking Newspapers Federation website can help you find your local talking newspaper. Many offer a variety of formats including CD and USB memory sticks.