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SEE HEAR: Wednesday 16th December 1pm BBC TWO

SH Line Producer | 18:00 UK time, Tuesday, 15 December 2009

This week See Hear meets Laura, a young Deaf woman campaigning very loudly against violence against women.  After a harrowing personal experience, she took up drumming and became the only Deaf woman in a female Glaswegian drumming band.  We join Laura and her band as they take to the streets of London for the "Reclaim the Night" march.

Also, with Christmas round the corner, See Hear sizes up the best gadgets and gizmos to give to your Deaf or Hard of Hearing loved ones on your Christmas present list.  Keep reading our blog for more information!

Radha and Memnos meet a champion deaf ice-skater before going into the rink to try their luck at learning to figure-skate.  It's safe to say that Torvill and Dean have nothing to worry about...

If you have been affected by any of the issues on today's programme the following contacts may be of use:

Women's Aid is the key national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children.

Women's Aid

PO Box Bristol 391

BS99 7WS

Tel: (18001) 0117 944 4411

Fax: 0117 924 1703

Email: info@womensaid.org.uk

Helpline: helpline@womensaid.org.uk



Refuge's network of safe houses provides emergency accommodation for women and children when they are most in need.  A helpline and outreach services are also available.

Tel: (18001) 0808 2000 247



Rape Crisis (England and Wales) provides co-ordination for the national network of Rape Crisis Centres across England and Wales.

Rape Crisis


PO Box 39



PL31 1XF

Email: info@rapecrisis.org.uk



Rape Crisis (Scotland) provides a national rape crisis helpline for anyone affected by sexual violence, no matter when or how it happened. The helpline is open from 6pm to midnight, 7 days a week, and offers free and confidential initial and crisis support and information.

Tel: 08088 01 03 02 (voice and textphone/minicom)

Email: info@rapecrisisscotland.org.uk



Rape Crisis Centres




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