Is There a Future For Braille? by Caitlin Sneddon published on 2012-09-08T12:29:28Z 160 years after the death of Louis Braille, this 25 minute programme asks whether the use of Braille will eventually be taken over completely by technology. With contributions from Rt. Hon. David Blunkett MP, Bryan McGlashan, Louise McLeary, Stuart Beveridge, , Phillip Ward of Pamtrad, and Mandy White at RNIB. With additional thanks to Fife Society for the Blind, RNIB, Pamtrad, Robert Cudmore, K-Town FM and Adam Smith College. The programme originally aired on community radio station K-Town FM, in association with Adam Smith College.