Back up to: See Hear
38/38 Reporter David Hay visits Berlin, a thriving centre for deaf arts and culture.
37/38 The status of British Sign Language ten years after its official recognition as a language
36/38 A chat with Alex Gibney about his Oscar-winning film about sex abuse in a US deaf school.
35/38 See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading.
34/38 See Hear features an eclectic mix from the Shape arts exhibition in London.
33/38 See Hear pays tribute to iconic sign poet Dot Miles.
32/38 Featuring the BBDeaf News and Tammy and Micole, with their guide to deaf dating.
31/38 Deafinitely Theatre celebrate a decade of groundbreaking deaf theatre.
30/38 Investigates the lack of funding for parents of deaf children who want to learn to sign.
29/38 Sam Dore checks out how effectively subtitles are being delivered in the cinema.
28/38 Memnos Costi and Ahmed Mudawi head out to the wilds to take part in geo-caching.
27/38 Featuring highlights from See Hear's trip to Manchester City's football ground and more.
26/38 Featuring the latest in stem cell technology and a meeting with poet Steve Madden.
25/38 The life of politician, broadcaster and disability rights campaigner Lord Jack Ashley.
24/38 Featuring hot rod racer Leigh Nicholl and singer Katherine Mount and her son Ethan.
23/38 Featuring hotel accessibility for deaf guests and Deafinitely Theatre's Tanika's Journey.
22/38 The show focuses on one of the many charities Children in Need has helped to fund.
21/38 A programme all about technology looking at a range of unique and innovative products.
20/38 See Hear meets up with world-famous deaf percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie.
19/38 See Hear finds out about auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD).
18/38 See Hear finds out how to test for dementia in BSL from the Deaf with Dementia Project.
17/38 A report on the foundation of a new charity for the deaf by the Osmonds.
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible.
15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people.
14/38 Reporter David Hay undergoes ten weeks of training for the Paralympic opening ceremony.
13/38 See Hear takes a behind-the-scenes look at Etihad Stadium's first BSL signed tour.
12/38 See Hear returns from its summer break to celebrate International Literacy Day.
11/38 A look behind the scenes at this year's Olympics and Paralympics.
10/38 The magazine meets a 24-year old deaf volunteer on her journey to Sri Lanka.
9/38 Meet the abseiling Mayor of Camden who sustained hearing loss after a bomb explosion.