Magazine for the deaf community highlighting the issues affecting the community
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Looking at the care provision and services available for older people.
See Hear looks at the current status of sign language in the UK and across Europe.
See Hear icon Clive Mason speaks about his personal and professional life.
Meeting the children involved with an art project run by the Life and Deaf Association.
Meeting a young deaf man whose life was turned upside down by Guillain-Barre syndrome.
Meeting an assistant herdsman to find out what life is like for a deaf dairy farmer.
Meeting a WWII hero who has regained his hearing after 60 years of loss.
Has the ongoing economic crisis led to a fall in the standard of interpreter services?
Meet the abseiling Mayor of Camden who sustained hearing loss after a bomb explosion.
The magazine meets a 24-year old deaf volunteer on her journey to Sri Lanka.
A look behind the scenes at this year's Olympics and Paralympics.
See Hear returns from its summer break to celebrate International Literacy Day.
See Hear takes a behind-the-scenes look at Etihad Stadium's first BSL signed tour.
Reporter David Hay undergoes ten weeks of training for the Paralympic opening ceremony.
A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people.
Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible.
See Hear finds out about auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD).
Featuring highlights from See Hear's trip to Manchester City's football ground and more.
Memnos Costi and Ahmed Mudawi head out to the wilds to take part in geo-caching.
Sam Dore checks out how effectively subtitles are being delivered in the cinema.
Investigates the lack of funding for parents of deaf children who want to learn to sign.
Deafinitely Theatre celebrate a decade of groundbreaking deaf theatre.
Featuring the BBDeaf News and Tammy and Micole, with their guide to deaf dating.
See Hear pays tribute to iconic sign poet Dot Miles.
See Hear features an eclectic mix from the Shape arts exhibition in London.
See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading.
A chat with Alex Gibney about his Oscar-winning film about sex abuse in a US deaf school.
The status of British Sign Language ten years after its official recognition as a language
Reporter David Hay visits Berlin, a thriving centre for deaf arts and culture.