Listeners and guests share their personal stories.
Sandra Brown describes why she is still campaigning to find the killer of Moira Anderson.
Stephen Jardine discusses disability in the workplace with Neil Price and Mora Lynch.
Two women share their experiences of alcoholism within the family.
Stephen speaks to a woman who was attacked and raped by two men when she was just 13
Jimmy Johnstone's daughters talk about the life of their dad
Adele Bellis shares her experiences of being attacked with acid by an abusive ex boyfriend
The Scotland rugby internationalist struggled when his dad passed away when he was just 21
David Pratt discusses life as a war correspondent...
Kaye speaks to Rebekka Howie, who was born a girl but sometimes wakes up feeling male
Kaye hears how a pet pig helped one young boy to deal with his autism
A look at the reality of honour based violence and abuse in the UK.
Sir Jackie talks about his wife's dementia and his attempt to find a cure.
The story of Antonella Pellicoro who raised funds to battle breast cancer
Kaye hears about a worldwide appeal to find a donor to save 3 year old Ava Stark.
Pamela Munro speaks about the charity set up in memory of her murdered daughter.
Kaye speaks to two women about the bond they share having both had stillborn children
Jem Lester speaks frankly about his son Noah and living with autism
Stephanie's story of surviving cancer and the tattoo which charts her recovery.
John Lawson describes his violent past and tells Louise how he turned his life around.
Kaye speaks with Liz from Teenage Cancer Trust and Nicole a young cancer survivor.
Kaye meets 4 year old Rinoa, who was born without fingers on her left hand.
Kaye Adams hears from Iain Glen of West Lothian, diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002.
Renowned songwriter Rab Noakes talks about his diagnosis of tonsillar cancer.
Kaye hears how Kevin swapped his life with a Glasgow gang for life at Glasgow University