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.
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!
Join Marilyn as she speaks with Mike Brace, former CEO of Vision 2020, paralympic skiier and social worker as he releases his new book, 'Don't Ask Me, Ask the Dog' - part two of his autobiography. Buy it from Amazon here.
Join us for a special Attitudes of Christ episode of Reflections with Marilyn Baker.
On today's show we're talking to Julia Hyde, Torch's latest recruit, about her exciting new role with us, plans for more wonderful things coming at Torch, and how music continues to shape her faith.
Tune in to hear our special Lent show with guest presenter Sheila Armstrong, featuring music, a lovely Lenten prayer and an extract from Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's wonderful new book 'Dethroning Mammon'.
Join Marilyn as she talks with her great friend Val Muir who, at the age of 72, felt God calling her to serve people in need in South East Asia. Val tellls us all about her great adventure!
Today we're chatting with Bill Skipworth who shares some very interesting updates on his amazing life journey of sight loss and faith in a brand new programme after his first appearance on Reflections last year.
On this episode we're talking with Lynn McCann, author of the blog Included By Grace which explores how people with autism can be better supported to be fully included in church, community and society.