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Episode 38

The level of accessibility for deaf Christian churchgoers varies widely across the UK. At Canterbury Cathedral those issues are being addressed on several levels. See Hear finds out more about what is on offer at the cathedral to welcome deaf and hard of hearing worshippers. Our cameras are also given special permission to attend a signed Evensong.

With Easter just around the corner Radha visits a chocolate factory to unwrap the history behind the giving of chocolate eggs, while Memnos visits Longwill School in Birmingham to find out all about how the deaf children there celebrate Easter.

Plus, there's the concluding part of our story tracing the development of British Sign Language.

30 minutes

Last on

Wed 7 Apr 2010 01:25
BBC One except Wales

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterRadha Manjeshwar
ActorMemnos Costi
ProducerEllena Stojanovic
Executive ProducerGerard Melling

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