The Weekend Selection: The Noon, swoon and buffoon edition

Posted on June 29, 2013


Here are the top five new blog posts from the previous 7 days, based on pageviews.

  1. Ian Noon: The impact of concentration fatigue on deaf children should be factored in
  2. “Ignore the little ******* inside you that tells you you can’t.” Meet actress Sophie Stone
  3. Institutional deafness? Archbishop, NO!
  4. Laura Newcombe: Lost in Translation – Whatever Happened to Subtitling in Cinemas?
  5. Meet: Heidi Koivisto, one of the organisers of the Sign Circle camping festival – and book your ticket!

The most viewed story not written this week was: Big Brother Update: Sam teaches the house some sign language

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