Whether you’re affected by sight loss are blind or partially sighted or know someone who is this is your podcast. Your voice, your stories, your lives!
Craic On, produced by RNIB in Northern Ireland, features a rich mix of local voices and local stories of local people affected by sight loss. We have different themes each episode and welcome any and all input and ideas from you our listeners!
The Craic On podcast (formerly Sound Vision Online) joins a growing family of other great RNIB podcasts which includes The Weekly Connect, Tech Talk and Read On Air.
We're talking all things travel and holidays this month, with guest presenters Chloe and Judith (aka the Skit Twins) joining us for episode ten.
Kirsty and Robert (from RNIB NI's Comms team) have been out and about over the summer getting your tips and views on all things travel and holidays, at home and abroad:
- Andrea Begley talks about visiting one of the seven wonders of the world with specialist travel company TravelEyes.
- Robert joins a group visit to Belfast City Airport for a walkthrough using Special Assistance available.
- Kirsty speaks to a lady from Fermanagh talking about the importance of getting out and about in your own town and meeting up with others.
- We also caught up with Joe Kenny, previous Craic On presenter, but he talked too much and we had to give him his own podcast – listen to Episode 11, out now!
Get in touch!
We’re always open to new topic ideas and eager to share local people’s experiences, tips and life hacks with others.
Call us on 028 9032 9373, email [email protected], or tag @RNIBNI on twitter using #CraicOn, and let’s start a conversation!
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