Talking Newspapers for the Blind
BRIGHTON,  HOVE & DISTRICT
Welcome to the Website of "The Talking Newspapers for the Blind" BRIGHTON, HOVE & DISTRICT. This service provides weekly recordings of selected articles from the ARGUS newspaper, a daily publication that covers news mainly from the Sussex area. In addition the service also produces a magazine about every 6 weeks compiled by our team and covering stories of general and historic interest.
Most recordings are made in our Brighton studios using digital equipment and are distributed to our listeners in CD audio format, on a USB stick, or on the Internet. Many of our listeners have reading difficulties through poor eyesight or total blindness, but those with some sight or access to computer facilities may well take advantage of this Internet service to listen to our recordings. Below you will find our latest Talking News,  and Magazine,  which you can listen to by clicking on the appropriate button. Previous weeks recordings are also available by clicking on the tab on the upper part of this page. If you wish to send us your comments please use the Guest Book facility also on the upper part of this page.
NB:  Donations in the form of used postage stamps are very welcome as we can sell them to help fund our service. Please send any used postage stamps to our Office Postal Address which can be found on the                     page of this Website.  Foreign stamps are particularly welcome.   If you would like to make a financial donation to  "The Brighton & Hove Talking Newspaper for the Blind",  please send a cheque to our Office Postal Address.   Thank you.
Contact Us
Registered Charity No 272422
www.brightontnb.co.uk
Listen to this weeks Talking News by clicking on the large blue button below.




Listen to the latest Talking Magazine by clicking on the large cream button below.




  Talking Newspaper   17th October 2019     Issue 2085
  Talking Magazine    15th October 2019     Issue 214
NB:  Please ensure your computer sound system is operational and that you have suitable software and hardware to play audio files.   In most cases Windows Media Player will automatically play the files.    If you have problems in playing our files, refer to the Help Tab above.
Click the button above for options to download the NEWS files onto your hard drive or a USB stick.
Click the button above for options to download the MAGAZINE files onto your hard drive or a USB stick.