Welcome to Calibre's news page. We hope you enjoy reading about the latest developments in our service, all the stories about people who have supported us, recent publicity, and also news about books.
I have been a volunteer at Calibre for almost two years. I help with a variety of tasks including checking returned CDs and sending out new ones. I... More >
Our website has now been linked to our new library and membership system and we are pleased to advise Calibre members that they are able to login... More >
We are lucky to have over eighty voice professionals including broadcasters and actors who volunteer many hours of their time to record our books.... More >
The film version of Colm Toibin's moving novel about a young Irish immigrant in 1950s' New York has been receiving rave reviews, following its... More >
It is the 80th anniversary of the first UK audio book produced for blind and partially sighted people. It was inspired by an American enterprise... More >
Steve Silberman's Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity, which explores the nature of autism and how as a society we... More >
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWrimo) is about to get under way with thousands of writers across the world working together towards the goal of... More >
Dyslexia Awareness Week runs from 2-8th November in Scotland; it ran from October 5-11th in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This year's theme... More >
Daniel Craig is back in his fourth outing as Ian Fleming's hero 007 in Sam Mendes' Spectre.
The undercover agent was left a final assignment by M... More >
If you are concerned about your sight loss there is a free, confidential telephone helpline you can call.
Sightline Vision is a voluntary service... More >