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Miracle boy: Frank and Connor

28/01/2013

A father pulled his son out of a coma after meningitis nearly killed him.

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

True grit: Stu and Rod

21/01/2013

A father and son reflect on the horror of a violent robbery that changed their lives.

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Puppy love: Diane and Michael

28/12/2012

The bond between a father and daughter is tested by the arrival of dad's new dog.

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The crying game: Ian and Chad

17/12/2012

Shedding a tear for a being a man, two friends lament the culture of the stiff upper lip.

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

Absent father: Andrew and Wendy

07/12/2012

An alcoholic father who drank himself to death leaves the family angry and confused.

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Light sensitive: Alice and Tracey

03/12/2012

Alice is eight - she has a rare skin condition that makes her allergic to sunlight.

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Funny bones: Joe and John

26/11/2012

Humour heals an identical twin after a serious climbing accident.

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Cyber-bullying: Alison and Kate

16/11/2012

Alison and her daughter deal with the dark side of social media, prank calls and texts.

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In tandem: Geoff and Midge

06/11/2012

Cycling together into the sunset of life.

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War torn: Paul and Lorraine

02/11/2012

Flashbacks to his armed service in Bosnia haunted Paul, but his Mum pulled him through it.

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