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A mother's pride: Suzanne and Carol


Carol reveals how proud she is of her daughter Suzanne, a daughter she nearly never had.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Brothers in arms: Stefano and David


Anglo Italian friends Dave and Stefano share their thoughts on love, life and libido.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Coping with autism: Finn and Ray


Finn talks about his brother's and sister's autism with his dad Ray.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Coping with disability: Lorraine and Ian


Ian and his mother Lorraine reflect on the day Ian was paralysed in a cycling accident.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Forever friends: Hanna, Emma and Tahani


Hanna, Emma and Tahani are leaving school and hope it's not the end of their friendship.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Identity: Sarah and Susan


Sarah talks about her marriage breakdown and how she hasn't seen her children since.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Merseybeat: Cy and Lucy


Merseybeat legend Cy Tucker chats to his granddaughter Lucy about life in 1960s Liverpool.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Remembering: Jayne and Sally


Jayne captures her mother's memories of the war and the father she never knew.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Shared paternity: Ray and Joan


A half-brother and sister reflect on their differing relationships with their late father.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside

Siblings In Christ: Mary and Peter


Brother and sister, priest and nun, Mary and Peter discuss their religious vocations.

Station: BBC Radio Merseyside
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