Six members of the Deaf community tell us how the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown affected their lives in Summer 2020.
Children can learn more about Coronavirus through this Nurse Dotty story in BSL.
Six Deaf people in very different situations tell us about life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Produced in partnership with SignHealth. Fifi Garfield talks to Marie Vickers and Sabina Iqbal about domestic abuse and the lockdown.
Live stream 21: 24th June 2020 (Education: The "New Normal")
Fifi Garfield, Martine Monksfield, Daniel Jillings and Ann Jillings discuss how the educational landscape has changed since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Live stream 20: 10th June 2020 (Lockdown BBQ Live!)
Fifi Garfield joins Yvonne Cobb and Reg Cobb remotely, as they cook a lockdown BBQ.... live.
Live stream 19: 16th May 2020 (Coronavirus: Lockdown Q&A)
Fifi Garfield, Dr Justine Durno and Damaris Cooke discuss the current COVID-19 lockdown situation in the UK.
Live stream 18: 6th May 2020 (Comedy: Stay In Stand Up)
Fifi Garfield, Gavin Lilley and Nadeem Islam provide some light relief!
Live stream 17: 22nd April 2020 (Coronavirus: Supporting elderly and vulnerable people)
Fifi Garfield, Dr Emma Ferguson-Coleman and Carolyn Denmark discuss how to support people through COVID-19.
Live stream 15: 1st April 2020 (Coronavirus, children and education)
Fifi Garfield, Lesley Reeves Costi and Martine Monksfield discuss the impact of coronavirus on children and their education, along with their parents.
Live stream 14: 27th March 2020 (Coronavirus: Work, benefits and the legal position)
Fifi Garfield, Rob Wilks and Damaris Cooke discuss how Coronavirus has had an impact on things like work and benefits.
Live stream 13: 25th March 2020 (Coronavirus Self Isolation & Mental Health)
Fifi Garfield chats to Dr Sarah Powell and Clare Halliday about staying at home during the current Coronavirus pandemic and mental health.
Live stream 12: 20th March 2020 (Coronavirus Q&A in BSL, Part 2)
Fifi Garfield, Dr Justine Durno and Clare Halliday are back with the latest about Coronavirus.
Live stream 11: 17th March 2020 (Coronavirus Q&A in BSL)
Fifi Garfield chats with Dr Justine Durno and Clare Halliday about Coronavirus.
It's time for the Battle of the Besties, as three pairs of best friends compete for the prize!
This Is Deaf: The Royals
To mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Ahmed chats to Nathan Rollinson, who has rubbed shoulders with the Royals!
Getting Personal with Wayne Sharples
Erika Jones meets gay rugby player Wayne Sharples to find out about the challenges he’s faced. [Covers bullying. Recommended age: 16]