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Episode 35

See Hear meets Graham Moxon, who lost his hearing overnight in the summer of 2009, to learn how he has adapted his life to accommodate his sudden deafness. Graham shares the pivotal moment when he discovers whether or not he is able to undergo the cochlear implant operation on which he is pinning his hopes.

We find out how young jockey Philip Prince overcame the hurdles in his way to win his battle with the British Horseracing Authority and become officially recognised as an amateur competitor.

Plus another chance to explore the fascinating story of British Sign Language in the first of a four-part series.

30 minutes

Last on

Thu 18 Mar 2010 00:30
BBC One Northern Ireland

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterMemnos Costi
ProducerEllena Stojanovic
Executive ProducerGerard Melling

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