The Hub 3:10 (November 2013)

News and current affairs in BSL!

News and current affairs magazine programme for the sign language community, presented by Gavin Lilley and Elizabeth Bojas. In this episode, the the team look at alcohol and the problems that excessive drinking can cause for Deaf people. What kind of support and information is out there, and is it accessible? They also look at the implications of the Royal Association for Deaf People's (RAD) decision to sell of buildings that have been Deaf clubs for years. Finally, they visit the 10th anniversary of the England Deaf Darby and Joan Club. Don't miss it!

If you would like to contact Deaf Alcoholics Anonymous, their website address is:

The main Alcoholics Anonymous website can be found at:

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  • When read BSLZONE video I thought that brilliant about deaf older or who were alone lonely like home alone I wish deaf world to keep company chat signing need enjoy like this to stay keep deaf club or go meet them again every year to keep good memory which I believe it good for deaf to keep mind up good spirit . I myself deaf and Bsl I am very lonely live on my own look around like four walls when saw this bslzone by my iPad I really love go see deaf world and need chatt even bingo I love . I read this the Hub I feel so sad please please do not let deaf older people down like me . Please send me is there any good news ?
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  • name Peter Wall, I'm Chairperson of Staffordshire deaf sport and social club (Stoke Deaf Club)...i been watch video and seem interested for our older people to join England Deaf Darby and Joan Club but how can i contact them?...please pass me info as i want contact them about hoilday for our older people!!..thanks
    regrads Peter
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  • SO SO sad and devastating that the Hub has come to an end! why no more series?

    I have always really enjoyed the hub very much, very informative, very diverse in content, wonderful presenters, themes, issues covbered, etc etc.

    Bring on series 4!!!
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  • Very good show, keep it up and hope alcohol problem for youth deaf people will be solved in no time! Cheer from USA and all over the deaf world!
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