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Ouch! Talk Show 93: What cochlear implants hear ...

Damon Rose Damon Rose | 16:01 UK time, Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan in the Ouch! talk show studio

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Show 93 is out. Press play in the above player to listen now, or download it as a podcast.

This month: Is it helpful when celebs reveal they have mental health difficulties? Do you find it humiliating to receive disability benefits? And the personal story of William who had a cochlear implant fitted before Christmas and is now hearing the world in a new way.

Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan present.

RELATED LINKS

One in Four - glossy mental health quarterly lifestyle mag - find out how guest Mark Brown's magazine started.

Swiching on my hearing: William Mager tells his cochlear implant story on the Ouch! Blog

Sean Dilley's blog - read the latest from the parliamentary lobby journalist who describes himself as being politically incorrect about being blind.


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