In light of the recent discussions around race, racism and racial inequality sparked by the death of George Floyd, this See Hear special looks at racism within the deaf communit ...
In this episode Nadeem travels to the Scottish Highlands to meet Jean Pentland, a native, who gives him a tour. \n\nWith Jean, Nadeem goes on a cruise along the Loch Ness and vi ...
Nadeem Islam is back on our screens for See Hear on Tour: Staycation, but this time it’s a bit different with COVID-19. Nadeem shows us how to holiday, pandemic style! Cue ...
The year 2020 has been full of ups and downs and has certainly been a strange year for all. In this review of the year, we take a look back at some positive moments and some inc ...
Yvonne Cobb and Julian Peedle-Calloo gear up for this year’s See Hear Christmas special. With a star on top of the Christmas tree and a fresh log on the roaring fire, See ...
Yvonne and Julian report from their studio in the heart of Bristol. \n\nIn this episode of See Hear, there is a running theme - the great outdoors. First, Yvonne and Julian hear ...
Magazine for the deaf community highlighting the latest issues.
Nikki and Yvonne are in the studio meeting with Daryl Jackson, a deaf interpreter who had to interpret for a close friend with serious illness. With little to no support availab ...
Julian and Yvonne are in the studio introducing a range of films and interviews around the theme of International Women’s Day.\n\nLynn Stewart-Taylor journeys to Nottingha ...
Back in 2007, See Hear found several deaf children from different family backgrounds starting primary school. Over the years, we've kept track of their progress and seen ho ...
Nadeem Islam visits Barcelona, the capital city of Catalonia in Spain, where political tensions and cultural identity run deep. Nadeem meets up with British ex-pat Emlyn Burton, ...
Nadeem Islam visits Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, and gets a private audience with Victor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister. Nadeem also travels up and down the Danub ...
Nadeem Islam visits the city of Tel Aviv in Israel, also known as The Miami of the Middle East. Wandering the sunny boulevards and beaches with his deaf Israeli guide Omer, they ...
Nadeem Islam visits Reykjavik in Iceland, the land of ice and fire. The birthplace of the legendary Vikings, who pillaged and plundered their way around the world, today's ...
Nadeem Islam visits Rome in Italy, also known as the Eternal City, to see what sights there are for deaf people to see. Starting with a guided scooter tour, Nadeem also meets th ...
We are in the studio for this month's See Hear with Clive, Julian and Yvonne getting into the festive spirit. At this time of year, deaf people travel home to catch up with ...
More and more of us are ditching the cash in exchange for the plastic and turning to shopping and banking online. But this freedom from cash also comes with a dark side - as in ...
Black History Month is is marked every October in the UK. It celebrates the achievements and heritage of black people, both past and present. But what is life like when you are ...
Every week, one in six people experiences issues with their mental health. Whether it is depression, anxiety, stress - these issues are common problems in today's world. Bu ...
Clive Mason reports on the campaign for a qualification in British Sign Language to be taught in UK schools. While Scotland is introducing an official BSL course from autumn 201 ...
The UK's only professional deaf boxer steps into the ring for his first fight. Reece Cattermole fought long and hard to get his professional licence from the Boxing Board o ...
The arrival of a baby is a life-changing experience for any couple, but for deaf parents it can come with unexpected challenges. Three deaf couples tell us about their experienc ...
One month on from success at the Oscars, we meet Maisie Sly, the star of the short film The Silent Child, and her parents Gilson and Elizabeth. Will the film's Oscar triump ...
From the beginning of April, a limit will be placed on the amount of funding deaf people can receive from the government's long running Access to Work scheme. Clive Mason i ...
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, lesbian, gay and transsexual people share their personal experiences of looking for love in the deaf community.\n\nPlus the dea ...
Clive Mason creates a wonderful winterland for deaf children in the See Hear winter special, complete with a signing Santa Claus. Every year deaf children are disappointed when ...
Rosie Benn sets off on an epic adventure through five European capitals. As a young deaf woman who uses sign language, Rosie is keen to explore deaf culture in other countries. ...
Heidi Koivisto Robertson investigates the decline in the number of deaf schools. Penn School in Buckinghamshire has recently closed, leaving the UK with only 22 deaf schools. Wh ...
As the general election campaign gets underway, Clive Mason puts politicians under the spotlight in a one hour debate. With hard-hitting questions supplied by the See Hear audie ...
Magazine for the deaf community. Clive Mason investigates Access to Work, a government scheme set up to help deaf and disabled people in the workplace.
Magazine for the deaf community. Memnos Costi meets the UK Deaf Carp Angling group. Deaf actor Matthew Gurney discusses his role in the Theatre Ad Infinitum production of Light.
Magazine for the deaf community. Clive Mason travels to Scotland to find out how the referendum may affect the deaf community.
Magazine for the deaf community. Ahmed Mudawi visits stop-motion animation powerhouse Aardman Studios to find out how they got their first big break through deaf television.
Magazine for the deaf community. This episode looks at three very different deaf people who are passionate about what they believe in, and Terry Ruane speaks to John Hay.
Magazine for the deaf community. See Hear follows up on the case of the young deaf woman found living in a Manchester cellar without sign language or speech.
Magazine for the deaf community. Matty Gurney looks at how online video is becoming a particularly valuable resource for deaf people.
Magazine for the deaf community. Looks at the portrayal of deaf characters in mainstream drama serials and examining the future of deaf dramas in the UK and abroad.
Magazine for the deaf community. See Hear attends a special event at Westminster to discuss a new bill which had its final reading in April 2014 - the Care Bill.