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BBC Online: 360 staff to lose jobs


IanIlly Feb 24, 2011

Scottish NHS Report

Dear me, it's not very complimentary. All of you who ...


AndyfromCorn wall Feb 21, 2011

Ben Steiner Bursary

Can someone tell me if this is the same Ben that used to work on ...


poppy Feb 21, 2011

Well, well, well...

The future is upon us!


AndyfromCorn wall Feb 15, 2011


I'm a CODA and in the police and I am also in the middle of ...


deuchers Feb 11, 2011

The hell of open plan offices ...

Just read this:


lemurtail Feb 10, 2011

Products for the deaf (cont!)

Back in october i made a thread about products for the deaf, as ...


patrick Feb 10, 2011

Draft letter to RNID Trustees.

Comments and recommendations for improvement welcome:DearI am a ...


Tim Feb 9, 2011

BSL Help please!

Could anyone tell me how i would sign the line "Took a while to ...


lupiemoggy Feb 7, 2011

Disabled railcard

To my surprise, I've discovered that I qualify for a Disabled ...


lemurtail Feb 5, 2011

Wearer or User?

Do you wear your hearing aid or do you use one? That is the ...


AndyfromCorn wall Feb 4, 2011

cranial osteopathy

A work colleague reported that he stopped suffering from tinnitus ...


grahamperrin Feb 3, 2011

Cochlear implant

Hi all,I have just watching the see hear of wed 26th Jan.I have ...


AmyCI2006 Feb 3, 2011

When you lose your hearing ...

Is this another variation on the "if you are blind you must have ...


RoseRodent Jan 25, 2011


Does anyone else feel uneasy about the new work capability test on ...


sweetpetal Jan 24, 2011

SEE HEAR avoiding its own ...

SEE HEAR has asked OTHER UK deaf message message boards if they ...


M M Jan 22, 2011

BBC moderation emails

so two posts i made a year ago on see hear is removed now a whole ...


ilovepink Jan 20, 2011

welfare cuts Are there any ...

It is inhuman the way vulnerable people have been targeted, ...


swan54 Jan 20, 2011

Going on holiday in the UK ...

I work at the BBC - in the Documentaries unit - and right ...


Marco Crivellari Jan 17, 2011

Terry Riley receives honorary ...

Just to let everyone know Terry Riley, former editor of See ...


Charlie Swinbourne Jan 16, 2011

Draft letter to RNID Trustees.

Comments and recommendations for improvement welcome:DearI am a ...


Tim Jan 14, 2011

SEE HEAR in the Doghouse

Video-terp relay systems at GP's (Sign Health ?), panned by SH ...


M M Jan 14, 2011

cure for deafness?

If the doctors and lab guys came up with a magic pill tomorrow, ...


tishcat Jan 13, 2011

Flashing door bell.

I believe you can get a flashing doorbell which can be plugged ...


cheesecloth Jan 13, 2011

Hail! hail!

Obviously hurt someONE on village, Can only be a moaner, Think they ...


stueyyy Jan 6, 2011

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