BBC Radio 4’s latest show – ‘In Touch’ – delves into whether the technology training services offered by rehabilitation services are deep enough, and what other options are available to those eager to use various technologies. The show hosts a number of fascinating guests, including Simon Labbett, a rehabilitation officer and chair of the Rehabilitation Workers Professional Network, Scott Wood, a team leader at the RNIB’s Technology for Life service and Mike Townsend, who’s representing the Technology Association of Visually Impaired People.
You Heard It Here First, is another Radio 4 comedy show broadcasted on Tuesday nights. This show bursts with laughter when it challenges four panelists – comedians Rhys James, Donna Preston, Alasdair Beckett-King, and Ria Lina – to decipher what is going on in a variety of audio clips. The show was reviewed with visually impaired comedy writer and assistant TV producer, Reece Finnegan.
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Peter White is a presenter on BBC Radio 4’s ‘In Touch’, who has worked with BBC Local Radio since 1983. With over 37 years of experience, Peter White has become an authority figure in the broadcasting industry. He’s had a successful career, appearing on various shows like Radio 4’s pioneering health and disability issues programme, You and Yours, the newsmagazine PM, and In Touch.
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This article dropped light on the two radio shows airing on the famous BBC Radio 4, with the first tackling how the training of technology from rehabilitation services can be improved and the second, a comedy show hosted by a prominent stand-up comedian with four panellists coming together for a special episode. Furthermore the article showcased the presenter of both the shows, Peter White, and the company success story behind the BBC.