As a daughter of two profoundly deaf parents, noise censorship did not exist in Cathy Moorehead’s home. She was the go-between silence and sound, and acted as her parent’s radio to the world. In this radio programme, she shares her upbringing and explores what life is like for deaf people in Ireland.
BBC Radio Ulster 92–95 FM this Sunday 6th December at 12:30pm and will be repeated on Thursday 10th December.
On the website programme page there will signed interpretation of the extended radio programme in both Irish Sign Language & British Sign Language, which will be available to watch online at the same time as the radio transmission.