Latest news from the fund “My radio saved my life” Our radios mean so many different things to people, but one of our recipients credits his British Wireless set with saving his life.Read the story. War veteran presented with radio A Second World War veteran has been presented with a BWBF radio so she can enjoy memories of her time as a Spitfire pilot.Read the story. Essex visually impaired to benefit from grant A donation from a trust will support elderly visually impaired people in Essex.Read the story. Visually impaired in Medway to benefit from donation Generous Medway motorists have helped raise funds to support visually impaired people in the area.Read the story. Trusts fund Concertos for residents in Cumbria and Essex Visually impaired people living in Cumbria and Essex will benefit from two grants that British Wireless has recently received. Read the story. Conference gives insight into world of community radio BWBF attended a conference at the weekend to learn more about community radio stations and how we could work with them.Read the story. BWBF radios are built to last A listener has sent their old radio back to BWBF – which they’ve had since the mid-1980s – and it still works!Read the story. Work underway to revamp BWBF Talking Newspaper service British Wireless’s technical team is working on a redesign of the charity’s Talking Newspaper service.Read the story. BWBF launches streamed service of David Suchet Audio Bible Users of the British Wireless Sonata internet radio will now be able to enjoy a streamed version of David Suchet’s Audio Bible.Read the story. Blind artist enjoys BWBF radio while painting A well-known blind artist has spoken about how her BWBF radio keeps her company while she’s painting. Read the story. Radios for Rio Rio 2016 fever is sweeping the UK - and it’s no different at BWBF’s head office.Read the story. View all news stories You can view a full news list and read our older news stories on our full news pages.View full news pages.