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RNIB Talking Books Service

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  1. Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) is the largest agency within the United Kingdom working for the blind and partially sighted people.

    RNIB delivers a wide range of direct and indirect services including The RNIB Book Service. This offers a range of postal lending services of materials in audio, DAISY, braille, large print, audio-described video and electronic formats. Materials include fiction and non-fiction titles for adults and children, music scores and tactile maps and diagrams. The majority of the braille is also available for sale.

    The library service of Digital Talking Books (on CD) offers over 18,000 unabridged titles from numerous genres.

    Our RNIB Library service is absolutely free. So whether you want Talking Books, Braille or Giant Print you can read to your heart's content.


RNIB Talking Books Service
0303 123 9999

Organisation last updated

  1. 13 August 2018

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