Human stories from behind the global headlines. With Matthew Bannister.
On today's programme: Patrick Raggett; life on a fault line; Margaret Vicary; and Bear Grylls.
Fifty year old lawyer, Patrick Raggett, tells Matthew Bannister how, for more than thirty years, he buried the memories of the abuse inflicted on him by a priest who taught at his school.
Living on a fault line
Matthew Wells finds out what it's like to live and work on top of a major earthquake fault line in California.
Margaret Vicary describes her constant fears for her daughter - prominent Zimbabwean women's activist Jenni Williams, who is a fierce critic of Robert Mugabe and has been arrested more than thirty times.
Matthew Bannister talks to the UK's new Chief Scout - former SAS soldier and TV adventurer Bear Grylls.