Mother and son, both artists, talk about their shared passion. Fi Glover presents.
Sarah Jane and Louis – A Unique Artistic Connection
Katrina and William - The Joy of Long-distance Horse Riding
Two friends share their deep love of travelling long distances on horseback.
Karen and John - The good and bad of gaming
Mother and son reflect on the pros and cons on gaming. Fi Glover presents.
Omnibus - Artists, horse riders and gamers
Fi Glover presents three conversations involving artists, horse riders and gamers.
Carolyne and Caroline - A Safe Space
Two friends from childhood celebrate 50 years of friendship. Fi glover presents.
Emily and Louise - Our Different Paths
Two friends who met at secondary school explore the different paths they chose to follow.
Paula and Vivien - Friends Since University
Friends reflect on life since meeting on their first day at Aberdeen University in 1970.
Omnibus: The Value of Friends
Three conversations exploring the wonder and value of friendships - old and new.
In It together
A couple explore the impact his being 19 years older than her makes on their lives.
More than Mum
Friends talk about the gap between the expectation of motherhood and the reality of it.
What we could have had
A couple on how life has changed since having a baby with a serious health condition.
The Reality of Having Children
The omnibus edition of a series that proves it's surprising what you hear when you listen.
A Generation of Lost Love
Love lost and found with father and son Paul and Robert.
It Was Me and You
Love, family and eating disorders
Chosen Mum and Daughter
When Tania fled her home in central Africa, she found a second mum in the UK.
Love Lost and Found
Three conversations about love between parents and children.
Bath times and Barber Shops
Jim and Liam look back at their childhoods in Larne, County Antrim.
A Song in My Head
Alastair and Frank discuss music, memory and the power of glam rock.
Back to Kiveton
Bob and Helen and the story behind the photograph that brought them together.
Glam Rock and Gooseberries
Three conversations looking back at music and memories.
Ten Stone Lighter
Tony and daughter Mandie discuss Tony's dramatic weight loss.
Crossing the Street
Teenage sisters Jess and Megan on creeps, clothes and crossing the street.
Into the Sea
Rachel and Helen on their love of swimming in the cold waters off the County Down coast.
Cold Seas and Crossing the Street
Losing weight, standing up to harassment and walking into a cold sea.
A Question of Identity
Mash and Jen on kids, culture and community.
Bronagh and Claudine and a surprisingly funny chat about a headstone.
Teens, Meds and ADHD
Friends Sarah and Roy discuss ADHD and its impact on teenagers and adults.
Love, Death and ADHD
Three conversations about love, death and ADHD.
Gill and Claire: The Kidney Donor
Friends Gill and Claire discuss the kidney donor scheme that has changed their lives.
Joel and Jenny: Fighting For Survival
On holiday in Kenya, a gunshot wound left Joel fighting for his life.
Dan and Harriet: On Not Being Inspirational
Dan has survived a terrible accident but he has no desire to be 'inspirational'.
Suddenly Everything Changes
A fall, a gunshot, a life-changing offer - sometimes everything changes in an instant.
Rossie and Sally: Out of the Box
Rossie and his mother Sally discuss dyslexia, drawing and boxes, both real and imagined.
Stu and Hannah: Getting Ready For The Kick-Off
Friends Stu and Hannah on falling out of trees, football and Stu's new life in Belfast.
Sion and Andrew: Back to Dundee
Musicians Sion and Andrew on getting away, moving back and their home city of Dundee.
Stepping Out Of The Box
Three conversations about the boxes we're put in and how we find our way out.
Alanah and Shannon: When Enough is Enough
Good friends Alanah and Shannon share stories of being bullied in childhood.
Patrick and Dominic: To Penury
LGBTQ activists and friends Patrick and Dominic share their memories of early adult life.
Lynsey and Graham: Live your life, be happy
Lynsey and Graham talk about being born the wrong gender and whether to transition or not.
Sunday Omnibus: Bullying, Gender and Identity
Fi Glover presents three conversations about bullying, gender and identity.
Robert and Niall: The Godfather
Two friends in their 30s compare notes on the different paths their lives have taken.
Shane and Liam: Finding the Words to Talk
Friends talk about losing a baby which was due on the day Britain is scheduled to Brexit.
Shamila and Malcolm: Daughters Getting Married
Friends talk about weddings and engagements in the family and about learning to let go.
Families- From a Male Perspective
Fi Glover presents three conversations from a male perspective.
Jillian and Krista: I Cried at My First Birth
Friends travel back in time to when they first met as student nurses. Fi Glover presents.
Eddie and Stacey: Fighting Talk
Father and daughter talk about their life-long passion for boxing. Fi Glover presents.
Joe and Charlie: The Relaxation of Running
Friends who met through their shared love of running. Fi Glover presents.
Sunday Omnibus: Boxing, Running and Nursing
Fi Glover presents three conversations about hobbies and interests.
Isabelle and Sue - I Want Three Alpacas
A 12-year-old girl talks to her counsellor about how she sees her future panning out.
Jaimini and Sean - The Language is Poetry
Friends talk about growing up in Dundee and about their love of the 'Dundonian' language.
Taffy and Daniel - Storytelling and Recovery
Professional storytellers on how they learnt to cope with illness through their craft.
Sunday Omnibus: Language and Storytelling
Fi Glover presents three conversations about language and the art of storytelling.
Josh and Gareth - Good for Your Smile Muscles
Friends talk about how a state-of-the-art wheelchair can change your life.
I’ll Speak About it All Day Long
Two 17-year-old girls talk about what it's like to be HIV positive. Fi Glover presents.
Alex and Joe - Sight Lost and Gained
Cousins talk about what it's like to suffer serious sight issues.
Sunday Omnibus - Wheelchairs, Eyesight and being HIV Positive
Capturing the nation in conversation, in partnership with the British Library.
Peter and Caroline - There Is No-one Else
Friends and fellow carers of adult children talk about the things they have in common.
Helen and Stewart - The First Three Months Were Brutal
A couple talk about the challenges of having a baby born with a heart defect.
Emily and Philip - It's Just a Conversation
A couple talk about the different ways they each had of dealing with the death of a baby.
Sunday Omnibus - Challenges of Parenthood
Emily and Ro - Work Skills
Friends on how working in the arts has helped them to discover what their strengths are.
David and Henry - I Struggle Too
Two young Dads talk about the fragility of their own and each other’s mental health.
Neil and Sai - Canine Responders: Search and Recovery
Two friends who met because of dogs talk about dogs trained in search and recovery work.
Sunday Omnibus - Working in the Arts, Working with Dogs and Young Dads and Mental Health
The weekly omnibus edition of the series presented by Fi Glover.
Vanessa and Niamh - Finding the Right Ingredients for the Future
Mother and daughter talk through some classic modern parenting conundrums.
Saranne and Neil - Judging a Book by the Cover
Mother and daughter’s boyfriend talk about how first impressions can often be so wrong.
Baz and Jay - Life as BAME Policemen
Two former colleagues compare notes on their working lives as BAME policemen.
Sunday Omnibus - The Tombola of Life
The Sunday omnibus edition of the week's three conversations, presented by Fi Glover.
Jan and Hilary - We are all Venn Diagrams
Good friends living in Belfast talk about how art can give meaning to lived experience.
Rebekah and Scott - There is no Conflict There
Friends and flatmates talk about their gender and sexuality, and their Christian faith.
Samina and Bea - A Quiet Strength
Friends look back at how their faiths and their communities have affected their lives.
The Sunday Omnibus - Art, Sexuality and Faith
Fi Glover with the omnibus edition of three conversations about art, sexuality and faith.
Sarah and Maja - If You’re Going to Stare...
Friends recall their shared experience of new motherhood and parenting.
Musarat and Elaine - A Different Kind of Politics
Friends talk about their different backgrounds and their different political styles.
Hassana and Omobolanle - Finding the Balance
Nigerian friends talk about post-natal depression and early motherhood in a new country.
Sunday Omnibus - Friendship, Motherhood and Politcs
Three conversations between women about friendship, motherhood and the power of politics.
26 May 2019
Sunday Omnibus - Friendship, Motherhood and Politics
Misfortunes of War
Comedian and actor Arthur English recalls events serving in the Second World War.
Relax with Roy as he chats to jazz singer Kim Cypher and enjoys tracks from her new cd .
Dustin Lance Black, the Oscar-winning screenwriter and activist, explores surrogacy.
Peter Allen and Chloe Tilley with the verdict on the week's news.