Extraordinary first person stories from around the world
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Geraldine Roman always felt she was female even though she was born a boy
Anja Ringgren Lovén rescues Nigerian children who have been accused of witchcraft.
The American father and daughter beatboxing act who've become an internet sensation.
American Derrick Hamilton studied law in prison so he could prove his innocence.
Three people who were undaunted by the scale of a problem
How Bilquis Edhi and her husband Abdul Sattar built a healthcare system for Pakistan.
Wed 21 Sep 2016
The Free Syrian Army fighter who paints murals on bombed out buildings.
Tue 20 Sep 2016
Bernie Krause overcame a fear of animals to record natural sounds from all over the world
Mon 19 Sep 2016
Ruth Wariner's difficult childhood in a Mormon colony and dramatic escape.
Sun 18 Sep 2016
Three stories about people looking for a way out of a desperate situation.
Thu 15 Sep 2016
Pastor Lorraine Jones runs a boxing gym in memory of her son who was killed in 2014
Wed 14 Sep 2016
Zahid Shah gives young people a sense of freedom through street gymnastics.
Tue 13 Sep 2016
Rodney Stotts says his life of crime and drug abuse was turned around by birds of prey.
Mon 12 Sep 2016
Donnell Tholley took in the child of a woman who died in his Sierra Leone Ebola clinic
Sun 11 Sep 2016
Nigerian ghosts, living on as a vinyl record and surviving a near-death experience
Thu 8 Sep 2016
Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada was forced to leave Afghanistan after a controversial film scene.
Wed 7 Sep 2016
Linda Burney is the one of Australia's first Aboriginal members of parliament.
Tue 6 Sep 2016
Brian Oakes on reclaiming the legacy of journalist James Foley who was killed in Syria
Mon 5 Sep 2016
Actor John Kani took the risky decision to play Othello in apartheid South Africa
Sun 4 Sep 2016
Stories of desperately seeking, painfully losing and courageously providing shelter
Thu 1 Sep 2016
Nuzo Onoh's mother arranged an exorcism for her when she was just thirteen
Wed 31 Aug 2016
Marguerite Barankitse, "the Angel of Burundi", on adopting children displaced by war.
Tue 30 Aug 2016
The Colombian man who became friends with the Farc commander who almost killed him.
Thu 25 Aug 2016
Takashi Niigaki secretly composed some of Japan's most popular symphonies
Wed 24 Aug 2016
Major Zachariah Fike is on a mission to reunite lost war medals with their owners.
Tue 23 Aug 2016
Dr Nagham Hasan has been helping Yazidi women and girls who've escaped from so-called IS.
Mon 22 Aug 2016
Alvaro Munera was a bullfighter in Colombia until a dramatic development in his own life.
Sun 21 Aug 2016
Inside the mind of a criminal: a repentant bomber and a reformed armed robber
Thu 18 Aug 2016
Kujiek Kuajien was reunited with his mother in South Sudan after 16 years
Wed 17 Aug 2016
To overcome the Taliban's ban on girls' education, Zahra disguised herself for six years
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