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BBC published this video item, entitled “‘Sing’: BSL SignSong for Deaf Awareness Week – BBC” – below is their description.
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f you do one thing this this #DeafAwarenessWeek, watch our huge BSL SignSong to Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s heart-warming track ‘Sing’
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