Accessibility statement

Changing settings with your browser

The easiest way to make the viewing of this site comfortable for you is to change the font size and colour using your browser's settings.

You can also get 'extensions' to your browser to help you.

AbilityNet have a section of their website dedicated to help guides about changing your browser settings.

Go to the AbilityNet help pages

Our website includes web safe colour and accessible fonts. It has been designed and tested in a variety of browsers.

Our website is compatible with most screen reading software and can be navigated using just the keyboard.

Free software to help you

The RNIB has a page about free screen reading software.

Go to the RNIB website for more information

Translating into other languages

A simple way to translate any of the pages on our site is to copy the address of the page you want to translate into Google Translate and select the language you want.

Downloadable documents

To view PDF files you need to have Adobe Reader installed. Adobe Reader software is free and easy to download.

You can download the software from the Adobe website.

Adobe Accessibility

Adobe Accessibility is a resource designed to help people with visual disabilities work more effectively with Acrobat software. Please visit their website for further information.

More help and our standards

More information on website accessibility is available at the BBC website and the AbilityNet website.

We aim to make it as easy for you to access our information and get in touch with us.

We follow the latest accessibility standards in designing and developing our website. We aim to meet, if not exceed, the 'AA' (or 'AAA') standard of the Website Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Guidelines published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Reporting an issue with accessibility

You can help us be as accessible as possible by reporting any issue you have had with accessibility on this website to us.

Report an accessibility issue