A profile of three deaf people who are losing their sight with Usher syndrome.
Deaf Idol winner Riccardo Weare stars in a holiday pop video; Christmas drama 'Grandad'; making a Christmas pudding.
The future of deaf sports.
Preschool program for deaf children in Dublin; threatened closure of a specialist deaf school in London.
Preschool program for deaf children in Dublin; the increasing trend of placing deaf children into mainstream schools.
The impact of the government's decision to recognize the BSL as a language.
A debate focuses on whether gay couples should be allowed to adopt children.
Collaboration between the Unicorn Theatre and Graeae; new funding for a national deaf theatre.
The life and work of deaf Labour peer Lord Ashley of Stoke.
The rise in STDs; entrepreneur Adam Evans; cochlear implants.
Debate on whether smoking should be banned in public places.
The legacy of actress/poet Dot Miles; exploring North Wales.
Actors Ramon and Tyrone Woolfe; drama course for both hearing actors and the deaf.
Two films examine the experiences of deaf people on Samoa and in Auckland, New Zealand.
Arts projects funded by the Jack Ashley Millennium Awards.
The Jack Ashley Millennium Awards funds arts projects.
A special Christmas edition.
Television presenter Martin Colville.
Parents rights concerning designing deaf babies; the final episode of "Switch."
Deaf parents with deaf baby.
Deaf jujitsu trainer.
Identity cards are debated; an episode of "Switch."
The history of Halloween and Mexico's Day of the Dead.
The Disability Discrimination Act's relevance to education.
Clive Mason talks to actors Umesh Valjee and Diana Martin.
An update on the case of Ian Stillman - the deaf rights campaigner who was jailed in Northern India.
Raymond Hollywood talks to a father of four deaf children from Ulster.
The director of deaf-led publishing company Handzon talks about the first two issues of their magazine.
Publishing company Handzon.
Debate asking whether the police should carry guns as a matter of course.
Sculptor Jonathan Sells.
25 years of the disability arts organisation Shape; a profile of the work of Dorset sculptor Jonathan Sells.
Favourite clips from the See Hear archive.
Queen's Golden Jubilee.
A debate on whether or not Britain should join the Euro.
Developments in the world of deaf arts.
Deaf actress Caroline Parker.
Deaf interpreter Daryl Jackson.
Campaigner and deaf interpreter Daryl Jackson talks about his life.
The hidden treasures and ghostly places of Worcester.
Charity hearing dogs.
Challenges for deaf actors; deaf comedy.
Gerard Mary Maguire, a leading member of the deaf gay community, talks about his life.
Gerard Mary Maguire.
A report from the Peak District.
Youths travel to the Peak District.
With Gloria Pullen.
A family reveal their concerns surrounding the MMR vaccine.
Debate on corporal punishment.
Theatre production for deaf children; deaf volunteer.
Future of deaf clubs in the 21st century.
A group of Swedes take a look at the lives of deaf Americans.
Heat three of the See Hear quiz.
Lara Crooks hosts a new series of the See Hear quiz. This first heat features club teams from Aberdeen and Nottingham.
The second part of the See Hear Adventure Challenge.
In the second part of the See Hear Adventure Challenge, two teams of people tackle a wilderness survival course.
A march calling for the recognition of British Sign Language.
Deaf youngsters on a sailing course in Devon; a deaf art exhibition; discrimination in the workplace.
A documentary about Ian Stillman's work with deaf people in Nambikkai.
This edition is about Ian Stillman, recently sentenced to 10 years in an Indian jail, and features a documentary about his work with deaf people in Nambikkai.
Following the Dutch parliament's decision to legalise euthanasia, this week's debate focuses on whether it should be legalised in the UK.
The wildlife park in Staffordshire run by a deaf couple; how National Lottery money is funding a project to help deaf people; and a victim of crime talks.
This edition features favourite clips from the See Hear archives.
In this edition, a debate asking should deaf people have their own Deaf TV channel?
A report on a deaf-blind man - Graham Hicks - and his attempt to set the first quad bike landspeed record.
Raymond Hollywood talks to Charles Hampton about his life and work; favourite moments from the See Hear archives.
A deaf unit which is under threat of closure; the reconstruction of a crime.
A deaf unit in Wales which is under threat of closure; the reconstruction of a crime in which a deaf man was held at gunpoint.
A debate on the future of the Monarchy.
Lara Crooks introduces a debate on the future of the monarchy.
Lara Crooks provides a Deaf Guide to the "eternal city" prior to this summer's staging of the Deaf World Games in Rome.
Prior to this summer's staging of the Deaf World Games in Rome, Lara Crooks provides a Deaf Guide to the `eternal city', full of practical advice on how to make the most of the Games.
Maggie Woolley, director of the arts organisation SHAPE, talks about her life and work.
Raymond Hollywood talks to Maggie Woolley - director of the arts organisation SHAPE - about her life and work.
This edition focuses on the emotive issue of abortion.
This edition features a visit to Jerusalem in Holy Week with Father Peter McDonough.
The Welsh language and the deaf community; a Roman Catholic deaf group in Mold; a young deaf ballerina; the Welsh Deaf Rugby squad.
Father Peter McDonough, a deaf Catholic priest, talks about his life and work.
Lara Crooks presents the magazine for deaf people. This edition features reports from Kosovo and Cuba.
Australia and the World Federation for the Deaf.
This edition features Australia and the World Federation for the Deaf.
Deaf people in Africa.
Trafford Centre in Manchester.
Celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Jewish Deaf Association; books on deaf issues; giving blood.
Lara Crooks joins in the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Jewish Deaf Association, and visits the biggest retail outlet in the world for books on deaf issues.
Burns Night celebrations; how haggis is made.
An adventure challenge in Wales.
A tour of two contrasting cities, Belfast and Dublin.
An investigation into the access of the tourist industry.
London's Tate Modern attempts to draw more deaf visitors.
A debate on the legalization of cannabis.
Coping with cancer.