Conversations from the Listening Project are broadcast on Radio 4 and on local radio stations across the UK and Northern Ireland.

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Polar exploration: Hannah and Lizzie

23/05/2012

Lizzie wants to hear more about her best friend Hannah's polar adventures.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Homelessness: Clayton and Jamie

11/05/2012

Jamie asks his friend Clayton about why he has fallen on hard times again.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Psychosis: Peter and Ross

11/05/2012

Peter talks to his son Ross about the impact psychosis has had on their relationship.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Cybernetics: Kevin and Irena

04/05/2012

Ten years ago Kevin and Irena had their nervous systems linked electronically.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Farming: Mike and Donald

02/05/2012

Donald wanted to ask his friend and fellow farmer Mike about a big decision he's facing.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Medics coping with loss: Steve and Judy

20/04/2012

Retired doctor Steve talks to his friend Judy, a hospital chaplain.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Surviving Paddington: Pam and Sarah

17/04/2012

Pam tells her friend Sarah about how she coped after surviving the Paddington rail crash.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Taking the biscuit: John and Jim

18/04/2012

Old friends John and Jim remember their days working at Reading's famous biscuit factory.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Crime: Bob and James

05/04/2012

Bob tells his son-in-law about his criminal life and imprisonment in the 1960s.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire

Mothers and daughters: Polly and Victoria

04/04/2012

Mother and daughter Polly and Vicky discuss how their relationship has recently improved.

Station: BBC Radio Berkshire
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