Loss

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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Lynne and Glennice: Odd One Out

09/05/2014

A Widowed daughter feels left out in the cold.

Station: BBC Tees

The wildman and the wolves - Shaun and Kim

11/04/2014

Shaun once lived in the wild with wolves. What did he learn and what did he lose?

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Rory's Garden: Stephanie & Toby

17/02/2014

Stephanie & Toby share very happy memories of their son, Rory, who died at the age of 14.

Station: BBC Radio Wales

No Time to Say Goodbye: Lynne and Glennice

29/11/2013

A mum and daughter struggle to come to terms with the sudden death of Lynne's husband.

Station: BBC Tees

The time we have: Kate and Chris

11/11/2013

Kate talks to husband Chris about dealing with her terminal cancer.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds

I'm not going to pop off tomorrow: Kath and Kate

27/10/2013

Kath tells daughter Kate that she'll be sticking around for a while yet.

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

Remembering Graham: Joyce and Derek

13/10/2013

Joyce and her son Derek talk about coming to terms with the loss of his brother Graham.

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

Life after loss: Karen and Rebecca

10/10/2013

Jamie was killed by a drunk driver in 2010. His Mum and sister talk about life after loss.

Station: BBC Radio Leeds

Driving Lessons: Yvonne and Michael

30/09/2013

A mother and her son struggle to talk about his father who died in a car accident.

Station: BBC Tees

Books and boogie: John and Roger

29/07/2013

John loves to read. So does Roger. But are the characters they imagine ever the same?

Station: BBC Radio Devon
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