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See Hear revisits four deaf youngsters to find out what has changed for them in six months
Revisiting Pat Keysell's groundbreaking work on the children's series Vision On.
This edition investigates hate crimes committed against the deaf.
Deafblind priest Father Cyril Axelrod reflects on his life's great achievements.
The case of a sports instructor who was sentenced to 12 years for abusing deaf children.
See Hear marks the twentieth anniversary of the UK's first cochlear implant.
A tribute to Tony Hart looking at his landmark children's programme, Vision On.
Revisiting the lost world of Leslie Edwards in rare film footage from the 1930s.
See Hear plays cupid with some lonely hearts in this Valentine's Day special.
See Hear talks to soldiers who have lost their hearing.
See Hear investigates why half of all deaf babies slip through the NHS net.
Daryl Jackson, who was adopted when he was a baby, is looking for his birth mother.
See Hear takes a journey inside the human mind and explores how sign language is processed
See Hear brings you the highlights of the deaf film festival, DeafFest 2008.
See Hear revisits Jim'll Fix It, on which several deaf children were featured.
A suitably seasonal celebration packed with Christmas cheer and featuring signed carols.
Profiling two deaf businesspeople who've been nominated for the Stelios Award.
Deaf people who have experienced financial difficulties due to the credit crunch speak out
We visit crime writer David Hewson, and discuss news interpreters and the 'deaf card'.
We catch up with a family who were searching for a deaf child to adopt as their own.
What could the Government do to improve access to telecommunications for the deaf?
Features interviews with Jackie Ballard of RNID, animator James Merry and pop singer Sia.
Four deaf children from very different backgrounds embark on their school careers.
How easy is it for deaf parents with a hearing child to receive the services they need?
We tag along to the Great Britain Deaf Football trials.
Children's special. The Kaos Signing Choir perform with Rowland Rivron.
We takes a peek behind the scenes of the UK's largest Deaf And Disability Arts Festival.
See Hear embarks on a historical road trip cycling through time.
We meet Dave Blackwell who hopes to qualify for the Deaflympics.
A deaf choreographer competes for a top contemporary dance prize.