Close Up 3: Terry Riley (Part 2)

Second of two programmes about Terry Riley, retiring Chair of the British Deaf Association and Deaf TV pioneer.

Chat show. The third series of Close Up, the BSL Zone's in-depth interviews with well-known Deaf people. In this episode, Tessa Padden interviews Terry Riley about his 30-year career in television, which included being the first Deaf person to edit the BBC’s See Hear programme. He has also been Chair of the BDA and a member of the WFD. However, there has been much sadness in his personal life, as he suffered the loss of a son who was only eighteen. A BSLBT production, produced by Tessa Padden and Bob Duncan.

This is Part 2 of 2; watch Part 1 here.

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