Conversations about farming, birth marks and being gay in Nigeria, introduced by Fi Glover
A love of the land and the hard graft and rewards of farming unite this redoubtable couple
Monica's birthmark has always made her stand out, but it's only a tiny part of who she is.
A mother who was sent to boarding school and then did the same to her son has regrets.
Friends talk about the dangers of being gay in a culture which demonises homosexuality.
Conversations about still birth, ageing and a broken ankle turning able-bodied to disabled
A couple consider a time when they will no longer be around to see what happens.
A conversation about how easily being able-bodied can turn into being disabled.
A mother talks to her son - stillborn a year ago, but he will always live in her heart.
Conversations about homelessness, boarding school and finding ways of working together.