Playback Magazine October 2020 No 529 October 1, 2020 by Peter Fraser Leave a Comment Intro John Cavanagh –insert from Rebren Rongong + lettersNew Website www.play-back.com Margaret Cowie – More letters and news Covid Guidelines from RNIBAn item from a new Talking Newspaper Association service entitled TNF Soundings a library information available to all talking newspapers. RNIB Helpline 0303 123 9999 Margaret Cowie – News Item – Visibility CEONews about the stepping down and moving to a new Job for Visibilities Chief Executive Officer Louise Hunt Story of Louis Braille Another feature from TNF Soundings about Louis Braille Covid SongA virtual Choir of 10 visually impaired have recorded their version of 500 miles, Margaret Reads details followed by a copy of the song Stanley ParksOver the years of Playback Magazine one of our reporters the late Hugh Gray provided lots of interesting programmes like this one when he spoke to the cousin on the late John Lennon, Stanley Parks. Finish with HELP from John Lennon Start with the Ballad of John and Yoko40th year of ABC Audio NewsOne of our regular publications is ABC Audio news and John Cavanagh discovered the month of October marks 40 years since it was first recorded, John takes a browse through the archive and encourages those interested in the subject to contact us to be added to the mailing list. Its produced every two months by Derek Young and distributed by Playback. You can also access on the BBWF sonata service and Playback website www.play-back.c or Telephone 0141 776 3395 Guide ConnectAgain from TNF soundings details of a system that operates from your TVDolphin Computers Access www,yourdolphin.com/ tel:01905754577 RNIB 0303 123 9999 Golf NewsInformation from Jim Gales on the latest news from Scottish Disability Golf and CurlingMore news about Golf and Curling from Jim Gales telephone 07903 596552 or firstname.lastname@example.org Land GirlsAnother milestone interview from Hugh Gray when he talked to Doris Lewis about her experience as a land girl during the 2 world war.