Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Watch The Hub | Miss Deaf World | New Exeter Deaf Academy approved

Posted on July 13, 2012

Click on the titles to go to Remark’s website, then click ‘BSL’ to watch the news in beautiful sign language!

New Hub episode released
Check out the latest Hub, out on 16th July on Community Channel, Sky, Film 4 and Freeview

Daredevils raise money for charity
Remark staff held their breath as daredevils Christopher Drew and Stephen Dering jumped out of a plane at 12,000 feet in their latest fundraising challenge for Rainbow Trust and for the Deaf-SELF play scheme.

Miss Deaf Germany wins Miss Deaf World title
Karina Keuter, the 2012 Miss Deaf Germany, wins this year’s Miss Deaf World contest in Prague, Czech Republic.

New Exeter Deaf Academy approved
Plans for a new Deaf academy in Exeter have been approved by Exeter councillors.

Missing Deaf man found safe and well
A missing 24-year-old Deaf man from Bicester, Oxfordshire, has been found safe and well.

Government to fund support for aspiring Deaf politicians
Deaf and disabled people with ambitions to become politicians can now apply for special government funding to pay for support to overcome barriers.

Access to Work boost for young Deaf people on work experience
Young Deaf and disabled jobseekers on government-backed work experience and internship schemes will be given extra support to help them in the workplace, the Government has announced.

BSL Taster at Forest School
Forest School in East London played host to an Academic Challenge Day for gifted and talented students in the area.  Remark! Training sent BSL tutor Jeanette Wright along to deliver a taster BSL class.

Every Friday we feature Deaf news in British Sign Language (BSL) courtesy of our sponsor, Remark! To find out more about the company and the services they provide, just visit their website,

The Limping Chicken is the world's most popular Deaf blog, and is edited by Deaf journalist and filmmaker Charlie Swinbourne. 

Find out how to write for us by clicking here, how to follow us by clicking here, and read our disclaimer here.

The site exists thanks to our supporters. Check them out below: