Back up to: See Hear
32/32 Does the use of gesture in Italy mean that it is a more deaf-friendly country than most?
31/32 Clive Mason is rolling back the decades, looking back at over 50 years of deaf television.
30/32 See Hear looks back at the deaf community's relation with cochlear implants.
29/32 See Hear meets the families of three very different deaf and autistic children.
28/32 See Hear meets deaf businesspeople and finds out the secrets of their success.
27/32 A look at Sign in the Woods and their children's artistic nature trail.
26/32 See Hear catches up with 10-year-olds Aidan and Arnie.
25/32 See Hear catches up with pupils Yasin and Lucy, now aged ten.
24/32 Deaf film-maker Ted Evans explores deaf history in the East End of London.
23/32 See Hear looks at the effects of the Nazi Holocaust on the deaf community.
22/32 John Hay and David Hay go to Cornwall for the official reopening of Cornwall Deaf Club.
21/32 Memnos Costi learns about traditional Kyogen Japanese comedy theatre.
20/32 Memnos Costi and Ahmed Mudawi present their favourite Christmas themed sign-songs.
19/32 Research about how deaf people see and perceive the world differently from hearing people.
18/32 See Hear this week is about keeping fit both physically and mentally.
17/32 See Hear joins accomplished deaf flautist Ruth Montgomery on her travels.
16/32 Sign Health has undertaken a project to find out the state of UK deaf people's health.
15/32 Memnos Costi celebrates his 20th year of presenting See Hear.
14/32 A special programme to mark Remembrance Sunday.
13/32 Celebrating Hallowe'en with a special story by John Wilson.
12/32 See Hear looks at the future of Deaf politics and campaigning.
11/32 See Hear catches up with award-winning filmmakers to talk about their latest projects.
10/32 A new award that assesses how accessible solicitors are to deaf people.
9/32 Two people share their stories of coping with illness, hope and fears for the future.
8/32 Does the shortage of specialist teachers mean low achievement for deaf children?
7/32 See Hear visits Bristol's Centre for Deaf Studies to meet their last cohort of graduates.
6/32 Including an update on the campaign for a British Sign Language Act.
5/32 See Hear joins the competition at Hot Fingers to find the fastest fingerspeller.
4/32 Meet Graham Hicks, a deafblind daredevil renowned for holding world speed records.
3/32 Revealing deaf trumpeter Sean Chandler's mission to pass on his passion to deaf children.