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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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Counselling the therapist: Renata and Elaine

03/12/2012

Who listens to a therapist? Elaine is a psychotherapist and Renata works in counselling...

Station: BBC Radio Kent

Fighting cancer and depression: Sarah and Phil

03/12/2012

Sarah and Phil battled breast cancer and bipolar disorder at the same time.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

The Herald of Free Enterprise: Nigel and Peter

03/12/2012

25 years on, Nigel and Peter recall how a tragedy at sea touched their entire town.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

The language of love: Carey and Christa

16/11/2012

How a German au-pair and English farm worker fell in love just after the Second World War.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

A Polish heritage: Halina and Thomas

16/11/2012

Thomas finds out about his mother’s intriguing Polish heritage.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

Politics and tantrums: Steve and Derek

02/11/2012

Two friends have a heated debate over the value of newspapers and current affairs.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

Leaving loved ones behind: Gurvinder and Tarsem

19/10/2012

Tarsem tells his friend Gurvinder why he left his new bride in India to come to England.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

The day our mother died: Ian and Derek

19/10/2012

Derek wants to know from his brother Ian what happened on the day their mother died.

Station: BBC Radio Kent

Meeting in Kosovo: Chris and Meli

01/10/2012

Engaged couple Chris and Meli remember their first meeting, on an aid convoy to Kosovo.

Station: BBC Radio Kent
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