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Sarah and Natalie – Blind Faith

17/09/2014

Natalie lost her sight as a result of a tumour. She remembers how prayers failed to help.

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

Dreams of daddy – Kiki and Faith

15/09/2014

Two sisters discuss their father's death and their fears for the children they may have.

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Loss, love and living - Jackie and Julie

08/09/2014

Jackie and Julie both lost their first children. They discuss living with the loss.

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Victor and Finola - The Key of Heaven

01/09/2014

Victor shares his new love of life with Finola, who helped him learn to read and write.

Station: BBC Radio 4

More than just a mother: Sheila and Helen

29/08/2014

Friends Sheila and Helen talk about living without children.

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

Marie-Jamila and Rachel - A Different Education

29/08/2014

Friends who grew up in East London in the 80s reflect on their schooling - and racism.

Station: BBC London 94.9

Heroin and the heart - Val and Simon

25/08/2014

Val and Simon have families affected by drug use. They share their feelings.

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Life Without Dad: Lesley and Ruth

22/08/2014

When the rock in a relationship dies what anchors a mum bringing up three daughters?

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

Shared Memories: Lesley and Ruth

22/08/2014

When do you tell the kids their dad is dying?

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

The Perfect Daughter: Lesley and Ruth

20/08/2014

Was Ruth's anorexia triggered by the death of her father?

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria
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