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A journey well-travelled: Shirley and Janie


Janie and Shirley are both travellers and have come a long way together.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Adrian and Naomi: Supporting each other


Adrian lost more than 8 stone to run the Marathon, but is he supporting Naomi enough.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Arthritis and us: Jonathan and Nicola


Humour and love help Nicola and Jonathan deal with the pain of arthritis.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Closer to the truth: Glenn and Fliss


Colleagues Glenn and Fliss discuss what inspires their work with domestic violence cases.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Dancing dreams: Johnny and Marnie


14 year old Johnny is a rising ballet star, but his Mum worries that he’s too intense.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Derek and Hugh: Lessons on the Farm


Hugh has learnt alot from Derek about life on the farm, even though he's the boss.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Eleanor and Isabel: Feminism and Friendship


Eleanor & Isabel discuss their interest in feminsm & what attracts them to the movement.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

First impressions: Debbie and Finn


Debbie and Finn share his experience of having two mums and his first impressions of her.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Football and Pants: Oliver and Elliot


Friends Oliver and Elliot discuss their love of football.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Lily and Matilda: Best friends?


Lily & Matilda are both 10 and they are best friends, but they’ve had some rocky patches.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk
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