I-balls, the Cam Sight podcast, is presented by Jerry Gilbert, Lynne Hester and Matt Darkin. It is a round-table discussion programme covering a wide variety of topics of general interest from a visual impairment angle. The running time for each edition
is around 20 to 30 minutes and new editions are intended to be posted every 2 weeks.
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In another recording from July 2012 Lynne Hester, Jerry Gilbert and Matt Darkin are joined for episode 8 of the I-balls podcast by Warren Wilson to have a discussion on travel and getting about with visual impairment. There aare also contributions to the conversation from Gail Hazelland Aimee Yates.
In a recording from July 2012 The usual podcast team Lynne Hester, Jerry Gilbert and Matt Darkin are joined by Aimee Yates and Warren Wilson to have a hands-on look at the torch used in the London 2012 Olympic Relay.
Join Lynne, Matt and Jerry for the fifth episode of the I-balls podcast. Amongst other things they discuss art, theatre touch tours and how they feel about Audio Description. Have a listen and then send some feedback to let them know what you think.
I-balls number 4 is here. This time Lynne, Matt and Jerry discuss retinal implants., tiredness and sleep patterns, and the case of Tina Nash. Have a listen and send some feedback to let them know what you think.
Jerry, Lynne and Matt return with more chat in I-balls number 3. This time they start with a discussion about the importance of the sense of smell and power of aroma. They move on to speak about cash and the problems associated with identifying notes and coins.
Cam Sight’s first podcast is here! Matt Darkin, Lynne Hester and Jerry Gilbert discuss the important issues of the day in the first edition of the I-balls podcast. Have a listen and see if they are just talking a load of rubbish or is it incisive intellectual debate. When you’ve made up your mind why not let them know what you think by emailing some feedback to email@example.com
Under discussion in this first edition are stories from BBC news Magazine, the Daily Mail and the Cambridge News. You can read the articles yourself by following these links: