The stories of people with unique or shared life experiences
Swedish-Palestinian poet Amer Sarsour on being an immigrant in multicultural Sweden.
One Fillipino woman's experience of working as a servant for a family in Saudi Arabia.
Richard Dyer talks to WHYS about recovering from a heroin addiction.
Hanifat and Mina share their experiences of life at school
'Joolz' reacts to Hynde's suggestion that it can be a woman's fault if she is raped
Chesterfield Samba is a gay rights activist who lives and works in Harare.
Hannah Moch grew up with "three mums and a dad".
Louisa and Ian talk about losing an unborn baby after Mark Zuckerberg shared his story.
We hear what life is like for women working in science. (Pic: BBC)
Akello in Uganda tells of her experiences of being a child bride.
Audrey and LaToya discuss the challenges transgender people face in Kenya
Chris Hamilton and his wife Kristen recall the time he heard sound for the first time.
What is it like to be a black model?
Bertha in Nairobi talks of how it can be almost impossible to find work.
Guests in cities suffering unrest tell us why they haven't left.
We hear former servicemen talking about what happens when soldiers return.
How does being accused of a serious crime affect a person's life?
We hear men who have abused their partners talk about their experiences.
We hear from survivors of rape who chose not to report the crime committed against them.
George and Khaled talk about the camp known as "The Jungle" and their hopes to leave.
Two residents of Jerusalem talk to one another about the current situation.
Yemenis discuss the political takeover in Yemen by Houthi rebels.
Wanda, a resident of Skid Row in Los Angeles tells us why people stay there
What’s it like being Sikh?