My son died to tell Somalia's story
Kathy Eldon remembers her son Dan, who was 22-years-old when he was stoned to death by a mob in the Somali capital Mogadishu. It was 1993 and he'd been working as a photojournalist, documenting the country's famine and growing conflict. Kathy has just written a memoir called 'In the Heart of Life'.
Matthew also talks to Felicity Aston, the first person to cross Antarctica "unaided and unpropelled". She faced high winds and treacherous crevasses - but the greatest challenge was doing it completely alone.
Hollywood legend Tom Hanks talks about the challenges of aging on screen, and his latest role in the film 'Captain Phillips'.
And medal-winning Indian chess player Darpan Inani reveals why being blind has never held him back.
Photo by Yannis Behrakis.