William Mager hears what political parties are offering deaf and hard of hearing voters.
Erika Levi investigates whether deaf children are getting the support they need at school.
Clive Mason investigates the arguments for and against BSL being taught more widely.
An investigation into a growing health epidemic in Britain.
Seb Cunliffe investigates why there are no categories for deaf athletes in the Paralympics
Clive Mason investigates how the BSL charter works and whether it makes a difference.
Experiential film in BSL about the deaf world, with its unique humour and culture.
What does the referendum on membership of the EU mean for deaf people?
Clive Mason investigates the fairness of Personal Independence Payment assessments.
Erika Jones meets deaf women holding positions of power with US president Barack Obama.
The musical performed in American Sign Language that has taken Broadway by storm.
100,000 people in the UK have MS. Panorama looks at a pioneering new treatment.
Meeting people who use their medical conditions to educate, entertain and make money.
Clive introduces a review of the year in entertainment, sport, politics and deaf rights.
Our World finds out what life is like for diabled people in Rio.
Adam Pearson explores why disability hate crime is under-reported and off people's radar.
Clive meets Scott Garthwaite, a world-leading deaf chef, to learn some seasonal recipes.
A studio debate with deaf performers Ace Mahbaz, John Wilson and Rebecca-Anne Withey.
Ian and Larisa are attempting to swim around the Scilly Isles.
Ahmed Mudawi visits stop-motion animation powerhouse Aardman Studios.
Three very different deaf people who are passionate about what they believe in.
See Hear looks at the portrayal of deaf characters in drama serials.
See Hear attends a special event at Westminster to discuss a new bill - the Care Bill.
Revisiting a Horizon episode made 40 years ago which looked at ways to help deaf people.
See Hear takes a look at the state of deaf theatre in Britain.
Radha Manjeshwar highlights recent issues deaf people have had with access to healthcare.
Clive Mason is rolling back the decades, looking back at over 50 years of deaf television.
See Hear catches up with 10-year-olds Aidan and Arnie.
See Hear catches up with pupils Yasin and Lucy, now aged ten.
A group of young actors with Down's syndrome create a touring production of Hamlet.
Sign Health has undertaken a project to find out the state of UK deaf people's health.
Film about disabled people's battle for equality in the second half of the 20th century.
How the care of disowned and disabled children changed in the decades after World War II.
Film looking at why traffic collisions are the single biggest killer of young people.
The problems the disabled faced as they moved out of institutions and into the community.
Documentary following Rita Simons as she deals with her daughter's deteriorating hearing.