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

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The impact of abuse: Jimmy and Andy


Jimmy and Andy talk about the impact of the sexual abuse that they suffered as children.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds

Sharing and Surviving: Jimmy and Andy


Jimmy and Andy discuss how talking about the sexual abuse they suffered has helped them.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds

Bob and Steve - Do the Right Thing


Two gay men who came out later in life share their experiences of marriage and children.

Station: BBC WM 95.6

Perfect Proportions – Rachel and Fran


Rachel and Fran discuss people, prejudices and the possibility of a dwarf village.

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Our New Family: Jo and Jimmy


Jo and Jimmy talk about his time in care and how he became part of her family.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Charlotte and Peta - Friends Again


Charlotte and Peta discuss the rekindling of their friendship after a tragic accident.

Station: BBC London 94.9

Time to Hit Delete:Alyssia and Jessica


The two friends look at their relationship with social media.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Cyber Support: Tiffany and Marcia


Tiffany and Marcia talk about how social media has been a source of support for Tiffany.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds

Who's Derek Hackney? Alison and Wendi


Friends Alison and Wendi have differing ideas of how Alison's artistic alter-ego looks.

Station: BBC London 94.9

Me and My MS: Bev and Gill


Bev was a fitness instructor when she was diagnosed with MS. She talks to friend Gill.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds
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