Capturing the nation in conversation
Lucy and Jo share trust, support and the secret of a 26-year friendship.
Terminal illness brings faith.
Terminal illness alters one’s perspective.
Susan reflects back on the time her daughter Naomi stopped speaking.
A couple from Doncaster reflect on 40+ years of marriage and the choices they've made.
Peter organised the funerals of his mum and nan. Dad Ian shares what he wants at his.
June discusses the loss of her husband with daughter Sam, two years on from his death.
A couple from Sheffield reflect on their decision to move back to the UK from Australia.
Two friends from different faiths reflect on what unites them.
The mobile phone - scourge or saviour of modern life?
A husband and wife find different religions - Catholicism for one, Judaism for the other.
A trip to a gig was a turning point for a family with a severely disabled daughter.
Sisters who are both doctors on the eternal dilemma of how to break bad news
A mother and son found the arrival of his younger adoptive brother somewhat disruptive
Siblings reflect on how much they owe their parents and the country that took them in.
Friends admit that they each addressed their issues through training.
A couple who have been together 51 years discuss the old attitudes to homosexuality.
A couple who have been together for 51 years discuss their one brief separation.
They were married in 2005 and divorced in 2009. How do they see their relationship now?
Jo and Andy discuss their marriage and how it may have been affected by autism.
Friends Kerry and Liesje imagine what they'd say to autism if it was a person.
Friends Kerry and Liesje share the realities of caring for their autistic children.
Pauline is Lucy’s grandmother. What family history and traits do they share?
Martha has eczema. How has looking after her affected mum Victoria and sister Rosie?
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