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Episode 24

See Hear, Series 33 Episode 24 of 32

This episode of See Hear has a history theme.

We're looking at the work of the British Deaf History Society in preserving deaf history at their new museum launch in Warrington, we find out about a new project at the British Deaf Association, which hopes to reveal a treasure trove of old film archive to the deaf community, and deaf film-maker Ted Evans goes on a personal journey to explore his local deaf history in the East End of London.

Release date:

29 minutes

Last on

Thu 30 Jan 2014 01:20
BBC Two Scotland


Role Contributor
ParticipantTed Evans
Series ProducerSarah Tavner
Executive ProducerSarah Moors

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