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Episode 7

See Hear, Series 33 Episode 7 of 32

See Hear visits Bristol's Centre for Deaf Studies to see their last cohort of graduates celebrate their degrees. Due to lack of funding and student take up, the university has taken the difficult decision to begin winding down the centre. See Hear interviews the key people involved and asks what the future is for deaf studies. Plus revisiting keen deaf biker and motorist Reg Imray, now 91-years-old and still a lover of everything on two, three or four wheels.

Release date:

30 minutes

Last on

Thu 19 Sep 2013 01:20
BBC Two Northern Ireland

Credits

Role Contributor
Series ProducerWilliam Mager
Executive ProducerSarah Moors

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