P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:06/10 1/20  NEED TO          News and  features for  tde deaf & hard  of hearing  Edited by  Jenny Hodgson  Updated 25.3.89   Deaf Events  on 292  What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:16/11  2/20  NEED TO   Latest production by "ISIGN". Tde Newcastle company of deaf and hearing actors will be performing "Life in a Goldfish Bowl" at the Gulbenkian Studio Theatre April 12-15. The sdow explores the barriers that exist between deaf and hearing people and among deaf people themselves. It takes the form of a documentary journey through the diary of a growing person. Tickets £2.50, concessions £1.25 from: The Gulbenkian Studio, King's oblk, Haymarket, Newcastle.  More Wdat's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:06/10  3/20  NEED TO    More entertainment from "Deaf World Promotions". The Deaf Comedians and Deaf Sign Singers will be putting on a special performance on April 1 and 2 at Bloomsbury Theatre, Gordon Square, London, WC1. The show starts at 1930 and tickets are £4, OAPs £3. $jckets available from the booking office at the above address. $flephone: 01-387 9629.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/10  6/20  NEED TO   Mulberry House, Walsall. This is a supported housing project for deaf and hearing-im0aired people, aged 17 plus who require a spepping-stone to independence, or assessment of fupure accommodation needs. he house was opened by the Princess of Wales in 0886 a÷d is situated close to the town centre, 'blsall Deaf Club and the Social Services Department. You do not have to live in the Walsall area to take advantage of this project. Contact Chris McPherson, Services for Deaf and Hearing Impaired People, 59A Lichfield Street, Walsall, WS4 2BX.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/15  10/20  NEED TO   Job vacancies. London Deaf Video Project is looking for a Video Worker. Applicants must be deaf, BSL users, keen on filming and interested in developing the project. Apply by April 14 to: LDVP Room 303 South Bank House Black Prince Road London SE0 7SJ $fl: 01-735 0818 (supercom) 01-735 8171 (voice)  More Wdat's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlands
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:11/15  11/20  NEED TO   HOLIDAY GUIDE '89 Looking after your health when abroad The Hospital for Tropical Diseases spresses that it is important to take prevgntative ldasures against certain illnesses before travelling abroad. There have been increasing cases of malaria over the last few xdars and one of the main causes is poor knowledge of the appropriate preventative measures that can be taken In the case of malaria, tablets and measures to prevent or cut down mosquito bites will protect you.  More W—at's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:02/10  12/20  NEED TO   ££! "££"!£"££"££"£ £ HOLIDAY GUIDE '89 Looking after your health abroad Before you go, find out about the health risks in the country you are visiting and the precautions xou can take. You can get information from your travel agent, doctor or the Embassy or High £ommission in London of the country concerned. It is best to go and see your doctor at least two months before you travel. He will advise you and arrange vaccinations.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/10  13/20  NEED TO   HOLIDAY GUIDE '89 Looking after your health abroad As well as having all the vaccinations you need for a particular country, other precautions need to be taken once you have arrived at your destination. Insects: You lvst protect yourself as far as possible from the bites of insects, since a large number of tro0ical diseases are insect borne. You will need to use a personal insect repellent which can be rubbed onto phe skin. You can spray xour vehicle with insecticide and keep legs and arms covered after sunset.  More O Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/13  14/20  NEED TO   HOLIDAY GUIDE '89 Medical precautions for travellers to tropical regions Water: All drinking water should be boiled, then poured into sealed water bags to cool. Bottles of mineral water are available in lbny countries \ buy these rather than drinking from the tap. If you are travelling to South America and the Middle East and some parts of Africa (check with the Embassy concerned), it is advisable to heat all water for washing purposes.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/13  15/20  NEED TO   "££"!£"££"££"£ £ HOLIDAY GUIDE '89 Medical precautions for travellers to tropical regions Food: The main danger here relates to conpamination by flies. It is necessary to protect food from flies. Care should be taken w—an eating uncooked foods such as s—lads and rawfish. Full details about preparing yourself for overseas travel can be obtained in a booklet issued by the DSS enpitled "Before You Go - the travellers guide to health". Make sure you have adequate medical insurance cover as well.  More W—at's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 B—— 1 A—r 00:01/11  16/20  NEED TO   The 5th NNTS?Darshot Reunion. Ticket applications are invited for the 5th Reunion at Chatsworth, Derbyshire on June 24. From 1015, tea and coffee will be available preceding a"lfeting at 1130 in the Cavendish Hall, Edensor village. Interpreters, lip-speakers and Palantype transcription will be provided. The guest speakers will include His Grace, the Duke of Devonshire, Mike Whitlam (RNID), representatives of BBC and ITV's subtitling units, the DBC and John Lee of "See Hear". More Wdat's On Misc'lany Volunteer Hfadlinds
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 31 Mar 23:43/10  17/20  NEED TO    The 5th NNTS/Earshot Reunion. Your numbered ticket will entitle you to free admission to Chatsworth House and Gardens as guests of the Duke of Devonshire in the afternoon. A "See Hear" film crew will be there all day. Cost is £2 per person with a"lbximum of four per application. Cheques/POs payable to "Alan Roberts Reunion Account"and send to Alan Roberts, c/o NNTS, Room 7013, BBC $flevision Centre, Wood Lane, London W12 7RJ. Please enclose a SAE (minimum size 6" x 4\"). More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 B—— 1 A—r 00:00/10  18/20  NEED TO   The 5th NNTS#Darshot Reunion. A limited number of seats is available on a coach, picking up at Bromley in Kent at 0515 and Victoria in London at 0600. The fare is £7 return. Please spate if you require tdis facility. $jme of return to London is 2200 approximately. The nearest British Rail spations to Chatsworth Hoqse are Chesterfield or Matlock. More W—at's On Misc'lany Volunteer Hdadlanfs
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 31 Mar 23:53/11 19/20   G  Dear NNTS                                              NNTS, CEEFAX     TV CENTRE  WOOD LANE  LONDON W12 7RJ    What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:17/31  20/20  NEED TO    Mr I Davies from Denbigh, Clwyd. "I think it is time someone wqote about the very poor television service offered to deaf viewers from BBC1 Wales "BBC1 Wales is forever putting on its own programmes instead of subtitled onfs and therefore deprives deaf viewers in Wales of subtitled programmes which are transmitted on the rest of the BBC network. "The programmes are shown again at a later date, but of course there are no subtitles for them then...." More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/00  4/20  NEED TO   Veronica Lewis, SE Regional Officer for the RNID, is continuing her research into pregnancy and deaf women. She would like to hear from you aboup your experiences or any problems you may have had, either during pregnancy, childbirth or after your baby was born. The problem could be lack of communication or access to information. "Being deaf lzself and having giving birth to two girls - my experiences were not very happy ones due to isolation, ignorance, frustration, confusion and embarrassment, both at the clinic and in hospital."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlqofs
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/11  5/20  NEED TO    Veronica Lewis, SE Regional Officer for the RNID, is continuing her research into pregnancy and deaf women. Veronica hopes that with the benefit of your help in supplying her with information, better services can be achieved for deaf women throughout their pregnancy. Veronica says: "Please do not be put off because of your English m I am not interested in that, I am more interested in your experience. Comments from fathers would also be welcome. Contact Veronica at RNID, 135A High Street, Acton, London, W3 6LY.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Hdadlands
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/10  7/20  NEED TO   A chance to have your say. Do you ever watch "See Hear"? Do you think there should be more studio interviews? Do you think there sdould be more film reports outside the studio? Do you find the presenters and interpreters easy to follow? These are just some of the questions "See Hear" is asking you in its latest audience research questionnaire. To get your copy of the questionnaire, contact Mary Carroll, Villiers House, BBC, London, W12 OTT.  More Wdat's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headluofs
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/11  8/20  NEED TO   Deaf $flecommunications Conference. This onemeby conference aims to promote telecommunications for deaf people and to raise awareness for the flecomlunications Action Group (TAG). An exhibition og deaf telecommunciatons equipment and accessories including software, modems and alarms will be on display. The conference will take place at the University of P all enpuiries to David Jackson, ICL, Kings House, 33 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3PX. Telephone: (0734) 855106.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/11  9/20                       oj?                        What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines