Plans went well for the transfer to digital and the first USB drives-memory sticks went out on the 27th April 2011. We Have loaned out the Artdio orb USB player-speakers to our listeners who didn't have a suitable player. This easy to use player, see instructions by following the link on the home page,, has a clear sound and has an easy way to navigate through the weeks articles.
Peter White the BBC’s disable correspondent took up this post in 2006. TNF, Talking Newspaper Federation is the new umbrella group for local talking newspapers. Talking News Federation
ITN Newscaster, Sir Trevor McDonald O.B.E. is to become the Honorary President of the Talking Newspaper Association of the United Kingdom (TNAUK). This will no doubt raise the profile of Talking Newspapers to the benefit of all the groups and their listeners.
At the end of October 2004 Reading Libraries launch there revamped website:
ReadiBus' principal service is a telephone-booked accessible bus service, Dial-a-Ride. It is available door-to-door across a large part of Central and West Berkshire and South Oxfordshire. Some services are timetabled and run at the same time each week. Visit Readibus website for more details.
Reading's TN AGm 2010 was held at the Earley Day Centre, Kenton road, Earley, Reading on Tuesday June 15th at 7:30pm. There was a representative from Rotary who gave a donation of £1000 to help with purchsing new digital equipment.
Reading's Talking Newspaper for the blind
Charity No. 271880
Telephone The chairman, Bob Bristow, 0118 958 2056