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Wednesday 15th September, BBC Two, 1PM

SH Line Producer | 16:21 UK time, Tuesday, 14 September 2010

On today's show See Hear has travelled the length and breadth of the UK! We're off to the home of golf, St Andrews in Scotland for the World Deaf Golf Championships. The Championship attracts players from 18 different countries across the world. See Hear has joined golfer Mark Forrest, one of six golfers competing in the England team to see how he faired on the fairway.


Also today, See Hear is in Norfolk to see a unique project that provides support and encourages independent living for it's deaf and hard of hearing residents. Rotary House, in Norwich provides accommodation, which is adapted for the needs of its tenants. See Hear took up the invitation to visit Rotary House and meet the Lord Mayor of Norwich to find out why Rotary House is his chosen civic charity.


And also today we meet 90 year old Lawrence Moody who like many people of his generation suffers from hearing loss. After reluctantly seeking help, Lawrence struck up a friendship with his audiologist who after discovering his amazing story of survival in one of the most brutal Prisoner of War camps of the Second World War encouraged Lawrence to share his story with See Hear.


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