A visit by a church group to Northern Ireland brings about an unexpected friendship.
Although separated by nearly 30 years, these old soldiers share more than their uniforms.
A Welsh male tradition faces competition through the increasing popularity of the choir.
Views from parents-to-be, fathers-to-be and friends who have not had children.
What do you leave to the world if you don't leave children?
A conversation during the first stages of labour, only hours before the baby was born.
Two friends who are new fathers-to-be reflect on forthcoming life-changing events.
Conversations about riding ponies and tandems, and buying Marmite in bulk for gorillas.
Two horsewomen relate their relationships with their mounts with their human relationships
How the 'pilot' can be the eyes for the 'stoker' in a successful tandem team for the blind