I like hearing other people's bad news just at the moment.
But I don't like to go to the meeting and hear about just the good things that are happening.
If it's possible I like to see the people in the flesh and hear what they have to say.
He liked hearing the name again after all this time.
"My Master says he would like to see the dance and hear the song."
She didn't like hearing him speak about himself in the past tense.
"I'd like to go out and hear a little bit of the praise as a regular guy."
Please let us know what you'd like to see and hear.
I thought perhaps you'd like to come along and hear the latest news.
He'd expected that, of course, but he still didn't like hearing it.