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British Sign Language

on BBC One London

A Beginner's Guide
That signers use their hands when signing is obvious, but the expression on a signer's face carries around 60 per cent of the meaning of what is signed, and facial expression can change the meaning of signs on the hands. Clive tells a story that shows how important this is in BSL. Presented by Lorna Allsop with Clive Mason
Language adviser CLARK DENMARK Information on Ceefax page 189 (e)
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Presented By:
Lorna Allsop
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Clive Mason

BBC One London

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