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Animal Rescue: Allyson and Sarah

20/07/2014

The animals help the staff at the rescue centre as much as the people help the animals.

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Double Exposure: Hal and Nats

13/07/2014

A nude model and her photographer find their session uniquely revealing.

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Hopes and Dreams : Kenny and Natalie

22/06/2014

Escaping the yoke of running a busy restaurant while raising a young family.

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In Sickness and in Health : Kenny and Natalie

20/06/2014

The reality of choosing to marry a man 25 years older than yourself.

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Seizing Up: Darryl and Kiri

27/04/2014

How the shock of her recently diagnosed epilepsy changed the lives of an engaged couple.

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Wedding Plans : Darryl and Kiri

25/04/2014

Her recently diagnosed epilepsy is not going to stop an engaged couple sealing the knot.

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Second Best : Andy and Hilary

04/04/2014

Her new grandson threatens a fairytale romance after childhood sweethearts get married.

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Private time: Rachael and Dawn

08/03/2013

Two mothers talk openly about the sexual awakening of their special needs teenagers.

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Picking up the pieces: Andrew and Wendy

20/02/2013

Two railway managers talk candidly about dealing with a fatality on the network.

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Letting go: Liz and Jilly

11/02/2013

Two friends face the uncomfortable reality of having to live with grey hair and wrinkles.

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