Back up to: See Hear
A catch-up with Gerry Hughes, who sailed single-handedly across the Atlantic in 2005.
The career of actress Emmanuelle Laborit. How a family copes with sudden deafness.
The impact of binge drinking on Britain's young deaf community.
The rediscovered 70-year-old films that reveal a lost world of deaf people in the 1930s.
The announcement of Manchester as the preferred location for Britain's first supercasino.
Showcasing the creative talents of deaf people at the first ever Festival of Silence.
The problems facing deaf people in accessing the services of banks and building societies.
A look back at how the issue of HIV has been covered on the programme over the decades.
This edition examines the issues of full access to gyms and health clubs for deaf people.
A look at the award-winning drama series for the deaf, ahead of its imminent return.
A look at how the controversy surrounding face veils affects the deaf Muslim community.
A Glasgow initiative offers support to deaf women who have been the victims of violence.
At the university we find out why the Gallaudet protest has taken on a new militancy.
Harold Mold goes on a journey to find out about his father's service in World War 1.
look at the protests over the appointment of a new President at Gallaudet University.
Magazine for the deaf community. There's a visit to a party at the Manchester Deaf Club.
A look at access to cinema for the deaf, and a profile of Sam Denton.
Two former presenters talk about what they are doing now.
Deaf and hearing pupils perform in the the Philip Morant School Singing Hands concert.
Featuring a profile of the painter Glen Palin, and a look at deaf politics in the 1980s.
A special report on the threatened closure of a North London school for deaf children.
Featuring a report on hate and harassment crime against the deaf community.
A report on the only medium secure unit for deaf people with mental health problems.
Continuing the story of Ruth Montgomery, a profoundly deaf 25-year-old flute player.
Following a profoundly deaf 25-year-old flute player as she travels to Russia.
An update on the situation in Iraq, and a profile of Charlton Deaf FC player, Hux Omar.
The magazine for the deaf community, with Memnos Costi, Shana Grummitt and Tessa Padden.
What is the future for deaf actors and the representation of deaf people in TV drama?