My Body Made Me Famous
British artist Alison Lapper, who was born without arms, became famous when a naked statue of her went on display in Trafalgar Square. She tells us about her life and art, and her 14-year-old son Parys, who joins her in the Outlook studio.
Leyla Imret is one of Turkey's youngest mayors. She says she is fulfilling the wishes of her father, a leading Kurdish activist killed in clashes with security forces.
African-American soprano Jessye Norman tell us why she didn't let racism stop her becoming a top opera singer. Her memoir is called Stand Up Straight And Sing.