Entries from Grumpy Old Deafies tagged with 'guardian'

Cathy Heffernan, Being deaf has one big advantage when you're travelling abroad - it breaks down all the barriers

Cathy Heffernan currently has a piece in The Guardian, Being deaf has one big advantage when you're travelling abroad - it breaks down all the barriers. In places where politically correct language and attitudes haven't arrived, people are free to...

Rebecca Atkinson, Everyone in Jodee Mundy's family is deaf - except her

Deaf people working in the media is important, and after last week's Sunday Times article - has to be one of he most unintelligent journalism pieces I've read in a long time - it kind of highlights this point that...

Can hearing directors make deaf films?

The Guardian Film blog carries a post by Cathy Hefferman asking Can hearing directors make deaf films? This post follows Deaffest last weekend....

The Guardian messes up again, this time over CIs

OFT to look at £30,000 bill for ear implant. Why does the Guardian keep getting lingo wrong, and Deaf people wrong for that matter? Check out the lingo and inaccurate reporting: - "bionic ear"; - "fully repair her hearing" -...

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