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Safe at last: Maria and Sarah

16/11/2012

11-year-old Maria and her mother remember their years of surviving domestic abuse.

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Losing a child: Ade and Jonathan

12/10/2012

Friends Adrian and Jonathan talk about the death of Adrian's daughter Eleanor.

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Losing a child: Lynn and Rachel

29/08/2012

Friends Lynn and Rachel have never talked about the death of Lynn's daughter Eleanor.

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Saying goodbye: Yvonne

29/08/2012

Yvonne's son Andrew chose to die at the Dignitas Clinic in Switzerland.

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Leaving Uganda: Prakash and Sunil

29/08/2012

Prakash talks to his son Sunil about being forced to flee Uganda aged 18.

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Olympic dreams: Martin and Duncan

29/08/2012

Martin's son is a pole vaulter competing at London 2012. He talks about his hopes for him.

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A lucky escape: Doug, Pat and Chris

29/08/2012

Reg was a prisoner of war and survived the Nagasaki atom bomb. His family remember him.

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My faith: AJ and Natalie

29/08/2012

AJ marks Ramadan every year by fasting. He tells his friend Natalie what it's like.

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Happy memories: Wendy and Ron

29/08/2012

When Ron joined the Parachute Regiment he didn't know he'd have to jump out of a plane...

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Saying thank you: Elissa and Aiden

29/08/2012

Elissa wanted to thank her brother Aiden for supporting her in her battle against illness.

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