Reflections is a weekly radio programme with a focus on disability and faith in today's world. The show is produced by Torch Trust and presented by Marilyn Baker.
Find Reflections on RNIB's Connect Radio (formerly known as Insight) – online, on FM 101 (Glasgow), on Freeview 730, and on smartphones and tablets through a variety of radio apps. Broadcast on Sunday just after the 9am news, with repeats on Tuesdays at 2am and Fridays at 1am.
Or on Premier Christian Radio – online, on MW 1305, 1332, 1413, on DAB, and on Freeview 725. Sundays at 4pm.
To listen again to Reflections click here. Alternatively, click on the title, listed below, of whichever episode you wish to hear.
Reflections is now also available as a monthly CD or podcast. The CD is free to all who can be registered as blind or partially sighted, to sign up ring Client Services on 01858 438260.
Alternatively, the podcast can be accessed on iTunes, SoundCloud and Tunein, and it's free for anyone to download or stream, just follow these links to SoundCloud or Tunein, search for Torch Trust in iTunes, or use the SoundCloud player below.
Join Marilyn Baker as she reflects on faith in a very personal and touching way.
Joe McSharry from Home for Good tells us all about the work this Christian organisation is doing to support children who need a home - and how local churches are working to help them.
RNIB Connect: Join Marilyn for our hour-long Easter Sunday special episode featuring lots of interviews, readings, songs and more - also featuring a very special conversation with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. If you missed this broadcast, and you have sight loss, get in touch for your free CD copy. Call 0333 123 1255 (free) or email email@example.com
Premier: Today's Easter Sunday special episode features a very special interview with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.
Tim Wood from Through the Roof joins us in the studio to share his family's experience adopting a child with disabilities and the role faith played in their journey together.
Join us this week as we learn all about VI Sports with our guests Mike Brace, a paralympic skier and Steve Jones, chaplain of Ospreys Wheelchair Rugby team and guest host of our upcoming VI Sports Holiday at the Torch Holiday & Retreat Centre (22nd - 26th May) - get details on that and book your place here.
This week we're learning all about a wonderful new musical that tells the story of Louis Braille and how his work changed the lives of many with sight loss forever. Sebastién Lancrenon tells us how The Braille Legacy came about - and how you can go and see it!