Conversations from the Listening Project are broadcast on Radio 4 and on local radio stations across the UK and Northern Ireland.

Showing 1 - 10 of 14 items available

Coming out: Andy and Dave

20/07/2012

Andy and Dave discuss how their friendship helped them both come out in their own way.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Held Hostage: Debbie and Leslie

20/07/2012

During the Gulf War Debbie and Leslie were held hostage for three months.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Love at first sight: Phillip and Carol

13/07/2012

Phillip and Carol discuss falling in love at first sight.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Moving away: Alison, Keira and Raegen

08/07/2012

Rev Alison is joined by her daughters to discuss her move to a new life in Australia.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Proud father: Glenn and Phil

07/07/2012

Father and son Glenn and Phil discuss the importance of their relationship.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Thank you for the music: Trevor and David

02/07/2012

David talks to father Trevor about the influence he’s had on his music and life.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Finding love again: Ole and Jill

27/04/2012

After losing loved ones, Ole and Jill have found love again.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Seeking asylum: Auliya and Nawa

20/04/2012

Auliya tells his friend Nawa about life as an asylum seeker in Hull.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Adoption: Natalie and Ian

19/04/2012

Natalie and Ian adopted their daughter from an orphanage in South Africa.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside

Raising a family: Elaine and Betty

19/04/2012

Elaine talks to her mum Betty about the challenges of bringing up ten children.

Station: BBC Radio Humberside
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