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GaRRS has interviewed Veteran and Para-Athlete Joanne Dickson Smith for Eye On Blindness.  Please click here to listen to the interview.

GaRRS is now including a link to the current obituaries in the AJC on this page, as well as the current episodes of our shopping programs and the New York Times Book Review. You will find them in the list below.

GaRRS 4th of July Special Programming - Speeches by Our Founding Fathers are located in the folder '4th of July, 2016' on this page.


AJC.COM Current Obituary Listing  A link to the AJC site of text obituaries.
Be Prepared
Career Corner
Classic Books   Copyrighted Material, if you do not know the password, contact GaRRS at
Disability Rights - Assistive Tech
Disability Rights - Independent Living
Disability Rights - Transportation
Disability Rights - Youth Update
Eye on Blindness
Fed Five
GaRRS Radio Players
Go Green
Listener Spotlight
Lullaby Hour
My Health / My Medicare
New York Times Book Review
Out and About
Shopping Programs
Special Editions
The Break
VI@GaRRS-Veterans Information at GaRRS
Volunteer Spotlight

GaRRS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, limited access radio station founded in 1980 to serve Georgia’s blind, visually impaired and print disabled communities by broadcasting the printed word. Volunteers record for broadcast local and national newspapers, a wide variety of magazines and periodicals, and the best in recent fiction and non-fiction, read cover-to-cover and unabridged.

GaRRS' professional staff and volunteers offer 24-hour programming seven days a week to a listening audience comprised of more than 15,000 blind, visually-impaired and print-impaired Georgians of all ages.

In Georgia, more than 800,000 cases of blindness and visual impairment have been reported. As these numbers increase, the need to have access to the printed word has never been greater. With community support, GaRRS will be able to continue this unique broadcast service, lifting the barriers of isolation from the lives of Georgia’s blind and print-impaired citizens. GaRRS is supported by government grants, universities, foundations, corporate gifts and by general donations from listeners and individuals like you. If you wish to join our efforts to keep Georgia’s blind, visually-impaired and print-impaired communities connected to the world of print, please consider making a tax deductible contribution. Just click on the following link:, or call us at 404-685-2820 or 1-800-672-6173.

Thank you.


Georgia Radio Reading Service, Inc. (GaRRS)
260 14th Street, NW
Atlanta, GA, 30318
(404) 685-2820 / (800) 672-6173 (toll free)