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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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Local hero: Keith, Geoff and Audrey

02/07/2012

Local life saver Keith meets two lives he changed for the better.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Dealing with dementia: Tricia and Dave

29/06/2012

Tricia asks Dave what life is like three years after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Living with MS: Jenny and George

29/06/2012

Jenny and George discuss the effect Jenny's multiple sclerosis has had on their marriage.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Transgender relationships: Andrea and Jane

19/04/2012

Jane speaks to partner Andrea about her sex change and its impact on their relationship.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Cancer: Douglas and Millie

19/04/2012

Millie asks her grandad Douglas about life growing up and his recent battle with cancer.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Farming: Gerald and Roland

19/04/2012

Brothers Gerald and Roland have worked the land together for more than six decades.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Retirement: Kathryn and Tony

19/04/2012

Husband and wife Kathryn and Tony discuss retirement and their future together.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Homelessness: Peter and Kevin

19/04/2012

Through friendship, Peter has helped formerly homeless Kevin turn his life around.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Arranged marriage: Jasmit and Jaswant

13/04/2012

Married couple Jasmit and Jaswant talk about why an arranged marriage worked for them.

Station: BBC Radio Lincolnshire
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