BBC TV and radio this week: multiple personality disorder and Motability
Kim Noble has had a diagnosis of multiple personality disorder for 17 years. She joined Victoria Derbyshire on Tuesday with her teenage daughter Amy , to shed light on this little understood condition.
You have six more days to catch this fascinating chat, which provoked a mixed listener response.
Watch - BBC Two - Who Are We
In this series, children from different parts of England present their lives. Episode two features Tayeb, a carer for his little brother who has learning and physical disabilities.
Listen - Radio 2 - Jeremy Vine
The Motability transport scheme is among the topics discussed by stand-in presenter Paddy O'Connell.
Listen - Radio 4 - You and Yours
Denis Norden, Sue Townsend and opera singer Denise Lee are among the guests joining Peter White for In Touch's 50th birthday party.
Listen - Radio 4 - In Touch
The guests stick around for an informal chat. featuring Jazzer from the Archers, who does an incredible synthetic voice impression and some It'll be Alright on the Night style out-takes.
Listen - Radio 4 - The Call
Dominic Arkwright meets Duncan Irvine. Following a failed suicide attempt, he made a phone call to the Samaritans that saved his life.
Listen - BBC Radio Suffolk - Guide Dogs 80th anniversary with Lesley Dolphin
Silvia has used Guide Dogs for the Blind's services for five years. She talks about the charity's 80th anniversary.