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Loss, love and living - Jackie and Julie


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

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Finding Love in Orkney: William and Elizabeth


When William and Elizabeth moved to Orkney as business partners, love soon followed...

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

For better, for worse – Gill and Paul


Gill is fearless for herself, but is fearful for Paul. Can he face a future without her?

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Marriage and MSA – Gill and Paul


Gill is surprised. Paul is angry. What does MSA mean for them both?

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Life lessons and the past – Jane and Kim


Jane and Kim are not the people they were. How have their children changed them?

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Too Good For Me: Katrina and Steven


Katrina and Steven discuss how their disabilities never stood in the way of true love.

Station: BBC Radio Scotland

Fears and the future - Jane and Kim


Jane and Kim have chidren with disabilities. Why do they worry for their futures?

Station: BBC Radio Devon

Getting Married - Andrew and Stephen


A Church of England vicar and his partner consider their plans to marry this summer.

Station: BBC London 94.9

In Sickness and in Health : Kenny and Natalie


The reality of choosing to marry a man 25 years older than yourself.

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

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
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