USB Memory Stick Registration

For listeners who want to register to receive our talking newspaper on a USB memory stick (with player provided free if necessary), please contact us directly by telephoning the Studio in Tavistock on 01822 618922 and leave a message, or you can e-mail us using this email address and we will get back to you.

We have a Facebook page and you can contact us there.

Some listeners are referred to us by Plymouth City Social Services on 01752 308858, West Devon Sensory Department on 01392 386625 or by the Plymouth Hearing and Sight Centre on 01752 201899.

Register to listen online

We now have a new facility where you can register here on this website and once membership has been approved by us you will be able to access our talking newspaper audio recordings on a members-only page. To be able to listen online simply complete the registration form here and once we have received your application for online membership/access we will contact you to confirm your registration to formally approve your membership.


Important – Please note

The registration form for online access does not include registering for the postal USB memory stick, please contact us either using the telephone number provided above or our email address and we will contact you.



The Plymouth & West Devon Talking Newspaper (P&WDTN) will only use personal information provided by individuals:
  • To keep up to date our register of Listeners and Volunteers.
  • To facilitate the distribution of the weekly Talking Newspaper to registered Listeners using either the postal service or the P&WDTN website.
  • To organise and manage the production and distribution of the weekly Talking Newspaper by volunteers
Information about registered Listeners and Volunteers will not be shared with third parties or used in any other way unless it has been agreed by the Listener or Volunteer.
Listeners registered online should be aware that there is always a risk that information transmitted on the Internet may go astray.  P&WDTN cannot guarantee security, and any information supplied will be at individuals own risk.