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LIVING WITH ATAXIA   A SOLDIER'S TALE
Gill Solly. Gill Solly has suffered from the very rare neurological conditiion, Cerebella Ataxia, from birth. A Soldier's tale Sam and Megan tell the story of a Kent soldier who lost his life in World War One.
LIVING WITH ADDICTION   TOM IN ECUADOR
Living with addiction. Tim has been sober for 12 years, but has the booze been replaced by any other addictions? Tom in Ecuador Tom Hart Dyke returned to South America once more to collect seeds and exorcise ghosts.
MY BIG WEEKEND   RUNNING FOR CANCER
Vikki Rimmer. Watch Hannah's video diary of her day in Mote Park at the Radio 1 Big Weekend. Running for cancer. Steve Maynard is running his first marathon to raise money for the Kent Oncology Centre.
WORKING FROM HOME   BALLROOM
Vikki Rimmer. After being unable to work for years, Vikki decided that working from home would be her best option. Ballroom. Stephen and Gemma are one of the few brother and sister ballroom couples competing in the UK.
CROHN'S   IVF
Michelle. Michelle fell ill after what she thought was a dodgy Chinese and too many beers, but it got worse... Anna. For most people adding to a family is a wonderful time, but for Anna it's been filled with anguish.
PYRAMIDS   TOO YOUNG FOR CANCER
Pyramids. Leonard is intrigued by the supposed healing properties of pyramids, but do they really work? Debbie. Debbie is only 30 but is battling bowel cancer. She talks about chemo, chat rooms and recovery.
TOM'S RETURN TO SOUTH AMERICA   TOM IN AUSTRALIA
Tom Hart Dyke Exactly six years after a guerrilla held a gun to his head Tom Hart Dyke returned to South America. Tom Hark Dyke. Tom Hart Dyke visited Australia on the first part of a round the world trip to collect plants.
RUNNING A THEATRE   ROOTS
Jonathan. Jonathan has just taken over as Director of Tunbridge Well's Trinity Theatre. Amanda. Amanda and her family have been tracing her family tree, but now it's time to fill the gaps.
TEACHER TRAINING   CULTURE CLASH
Richard Smith. Richard is preparing for his first lesson as he trains to become a teacher. Will he survive? Philip Philip is on a mission to revive the arts scene in Margate, but why are all the gallery doors shut?
NARCOLEPSY   HOMELESS
Muhammad on the floor. Karen regularly comes home to find Muhammad slumped on the floor, but what has happened to him? Lorraine. Lorraine put on her best outfit and went to live on the streets. How has she turned her life around?
GILES: MAD FOR IT   NORMAN THE BUTCHER
MAD. Giles' mountain bike display team is heading to one of the biggest bike shows. How will they get on? Norman the Butcher. Norman's shop has become a central part of Eynsford life, but what has given him must success?
HOPS AND HARTLAKE   DIGERIDOO
Dawn Baldock Dawn remembers the happiness of hop-picking in Kent and the sorrow of Hartlake Bridge. Digeridoo. Andy likes nothing more than sitting in his garden making noises down a hollowed out branch.
BABY SIGNING   PUBLIC SPEAKING
The twins. Nemone's twin girls are still too young to talk, but can communicate by using sign language. Stephen Street. Stephen is a member of a speakers club and has entered for the National Championships.
CLIMBING KILIMANJARO   OLD DOG, NEW TRICKS
Jo Payne. Jo is training for her climb to raise money for the Pilgrims Hospice in Canterbury. Will she do it? Ivor Staples. Jo is training for her climb to raise money for the Pilgrims Hospice in Canterbury. Will she do it?
BROKEN BRAIN   BEING YOUNG IN ASHFORD
Jack Rose. Ivor had a nervous breakdown. Everything had got on top of him. He was 'at the bottom of life itself'. Jack Rose. Jack has just left school and thinks there is nothing to do in Ashford. How can it be sorted out?
EARTHQUAKE ZONE REVISITED   MOUNTAIN BOARDING
Matin Sheriff. Matin Sheriff feared that winter would kill more than the quake. What did he find when he returned? Mountain boarding. Adam runs a mountain boarding club and likes to rush down hills. Are there more spills than thrills?
MEETING WALLY   COP IN A FROCK
Marjorie Horer. Marjorie was married to Wally for 58 years. It wasn't 'til he died that she found out he was German. Martin Ivef. Martin is playing the dame in Thanet Police's panto. How do his mates react to his alter ego?
PAGANISM AND WINTER SOLSTICE   CRISIS AT CHRISTMAS
Rob Wilson: Paganism and Winter Solstice. For Rob the Winter Solstice is a special time. He visited a Neolithic burial site at Trottiscliffe. Mark Woollard. Mark has worked for the charity for the last few Christmases feeding the homeless.
DECORATING THE TREE   HEDGES
George. George and Millie have a new angel for their tree, but what did happen to the hedgehogs? Terry McWilliams. Terry has just moved here but hasn't seem much of Kent because of all the hedges.
CHRISTMAS TURKEYS   UFO
Turkey. Julie has been producing turkeys for the last three years, but doesn't she get attached to them? UFO. Lauren and her friend, Kaila, have spotted something unusual in the night sky. Is it a UFO?
'I HATE CHRISTMAS'   REFUGEE
Brett. Brett doesn't like the festivities. If it was up to him, he'd work on Christmas Day. Ralph. Ralph was born in Munich, and spend several months in Dakau concentration camp.
BOYS AND THEIR TOYS   ARCHERY
Subbuteo. Mark's dad invented Subbuteo. So what was it like to grow up surrounded by small football figures? Archery: Melissa Bubb. Melissa won the South East 2005 championship and explains the use of specially adapted archery.
RAMADAN   BLOOD DONOR
Omer. Omer fasts during the month of Ramadan, but working in a cafe doesn't make it easy. Helena. Helena had been thinking about donating blood for years, but was it as bad as she'd feared?
SURFING   MUSIC
Dave Melmoth. Dave has been working on the beach since he was a teenager. Now he runs a surf school at Joss Bay. Ben Copland. Ben is a musician and songwriter, How will his new project with Clea Llewellyn go?
VOICES   SUCCESS
Maureen Chappell. Maureen talks about accents and some of her favourite sayings as part of the BBC Voices series. James. James is almost 30, but he doesn't feel as success has he thinks he ought to. Why not?
ALCOHOLISM   MOUNTAIN BIKING
Nigel. For Nigel drink is a demon. His addiction has cost him more than just his home and his job. Martin. Martin organises and competes in downhill mountain bike races. It's a "great fun" sport.
PASSING GCSEs   MARGATE
GCSEs Hannah, Grace and Kelly talk about working towards their exams, and they offer their tips. Martin. Martin has seen many changes to Margate over the years. How can the town improve its image?
SISTERS   SNOW
Sisters. Pet was adopted and decided to trace her natural family. She met Liz for the very first time. Snow. Megan and Sophie love playing in the snow, making snowmen and thowing snowballs.
THE BIG CHALLENGE   MARATHON
Emma Kelly After a bad netball accident, Emma wants to lose the pounds to start a career in coaching. Jodie Fielder. Jodie is running her first New York marathon and has heard that the course is a difficult one.
EX-PAT   BOATS
Deborah Geear. Deborah travelled the world and lives in the Bahamas, but still misses her home county of Kent. James Moor. James built his own houseboat to escape from the rat race. Now he lives on the river.
BENT   NO ONE READS POETRY
Oli Seadon. Oli is directing "Bent", a play which he hopes will change homophobic attitudes in Canterbury. Ben Barton Ben is a poet but a frustrated one. His hectic work life doesn't allow him the time to be creative
CHURCH   DOVER SEA SCHOOL
Richard Gregg. Richard gave up a high-powered job to set up a church that is more than just a place of worship. Dave Knappett. Dave was at the PWSTS when the building was the pride of the town. Things have changed since then.
SPIRITUAL CHRISTMAS   REMEMBERING D-DAY
Chantal. Chantal is a spiritual practitioner, but still travels over to France to celebrate Christmas. John Towlson John witnessed first hand the horrors of June 6th 1944. The memories are still fresh.
TRAINS   CLIFFE AIRPORT
John Butler. John has done all sorts of jobs on the Spa Valley Railway, including building one of the stations. Cliffe Airport. Veronica has lived in the Isle of Grain all her life. Hear what she has to say about the proposed airport.
CURE FOR CANCER   DOGGER
Lianna. Lianna can't understand how cancer treatment abroad is so much better than here. Dogger. Tom has owned Dogger for years, but why does one ear point up when the other points down?
COMBATS   BUCKLE
Combats. Hamish talks about an item that is of great sentimental value to him. They've seen good and bad times. Buckle. Anthony talks about his favourite buckle which his mum gave to him for his 21st birthday.
CLOTHES  
Clothes. Beryl's been dreading sorting out her late mother's clothes. Why has it taken her so long?    

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