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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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Great Expectations: Faraz & Ahmed

02/03/2014

Faraz, 28, a hospital doctor and student, Ahmed, 17, feel a cultural pressure to succeed.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Horses & Ponies: Ann & Lily

02/03/2014

10 year old Lily loves horses and asks Ann about 'Rusty', the first pony she ever owned.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Perfect Harmony: Gwen & Clive

17/02/2014

Gwen and husband, Clive share a love of theatre and met backstage on London's West End.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Rory's Garden: Stephanie & Toby

17/02/2014

Stephanie & Toby share very happy memories of their son, Rory, who died at the age of 14.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Hospital Radio: Eifion & Russell

15/01/2014

Eifion and Russell became friends presenting programmes at Wrexham Maelor Hospital Radio

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Search & Rescue: Ray & Alan

15/01/2014

Ray and Alan have years of experience working with search and rescue dogs.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Head Start: Darryn & Marcus

16/12/2013

Darryn, talks to colleague and apprentice hairdresser, Marcus about their occupation.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Pen to Paper: Abbe & Eyal

08/12/2013

Young backpackers, Abbe and Eyal, kept in touch for two years by letter.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Adoption: Charlotte & Martin

08/12/2013

Teenagers, Charlotte and Martin share their thoughts about being adopted.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

Work & Play: Shirley and Jeanette

28/11/2013

Shirley and Jeanette's working lives began by helping out on the family farms.

Station: BBC Radio Wales
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