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28 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 17 April 2012

Extraordinary personal stories from around the world.

Today, we meet three Irish sisters who were sexually abused by their father throughout their childhood. None of the sisters talked about it, and for many years didn't realise they were all going through the same thing. They tell Jo Fidgen how they eventually spoke up and brought charges against their father. They've turned their story into a book called Click Click.

Then, we hear from Robin Bayley, who travelled to Mexico on a quest to learn more about his family's roots. His journey is featured in the book The Mango Orchard.

And we also meet the proud owner of the world's largest moustache, an Indian man, who tells us how he keeps his facial hair strong and lustrous.

  • Grooming tips from the man with the longest moustache

    Grooming tips from the man with the longest moustache

    Ram Singh Chauhan of India is the proud owner of the world's longest moustache, officially recorded by Guinness World Records as 4.29m (14ft) long. But what is the secret of his success? Here he offers five tips

    Read more on the BBC News website


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