The Weekend Selection: The Holby City Edition

Posted on November 16, 2013



Here are the top five new blogposts from the week based on pageviews. Have a browse and tell your friends.

  1. Jen Dodds: No, Holby City, children should not be used as interpreters for their deaf parents
  2. The Question: Could you spot a deaf person in a crowded room? And is there such a thing as a ‘Deafdar’?
  3. Deaf News: Deaf children’s choir pull out of annual Trafalgar Square carol service after officials say no
  4. Watch: See Hear presenter Memnos Costi appearing in Holby City!
  5. Sign: Petition to stop changes to Access to Work provision for deaf people

And the top three not from the previous seven days

  1. Staci Jones: Why it’s hard, being a Deafie
  2. Charlie Swinbourne: The 10 annoying habits of hearing people
  3. Melinda Hildebrandt: Why I’m trying to give my daughter access to the Deaf community

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