Friends on how working in the arts has helped them to discover what their strengths are.
Emily and Ro - Work Skills
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.
Asante and Zakiyah- Different Shades
Two young black women talk about the on-going battle to find the right shade of make-up.
Matthew and Sekai - For us, by us
Friends talk about taking back control of terms that might be used against them as slurs.
Michela and Carmen - A Continuous Discovery
Friends and former colleagues talk about how their friendship grew out of adversity.
Sunday Omnibus - Friendship, Cultural Differences and Support
Three conversations on the value of friendship, cultural differences and support.
Brenda and Paige - From Student to Teacher
Trainee teacher and the teacher who once taught her at the college where both now work.
James and Betty - For the Love of Sewing
Mother and son talk about their shared love of sewing and of the costumes they have made.
Lily and Susie - Writing Therapy
A recovering alcoholic and a volunteer writer who met a creative writing course.
Sunday Omnibus - The Bond Between Teacher and Pupil
Three conversations about the bond between teacher and pupil in all its guises.
Penny and Martin - A Cluttery Person
Husband and wife and retired teachers on spending more time together in their motor home.
Jeanie and Nick - A Life Changing-Kiss
Husband and wife of 60 years recall the sheer magnitude of their first kiss.
Liesje and Doreen - Making Positive Memories
Mother and daughter on making positive memories after a Motor Neurone Disease diagnosis.
Sunday Omnibus - Love and Family
Three conversations about the power of love and family presented by Fi Glover.
Patience and Helen - It Was Always Summer
Friends take a stroll down memory lane and explore why we end up following the path we do.
Leonie and Julie - Home Is Where Your Mum Is
Mother and daughter explore the notion that home is where the Mum is.
Joel and Deirdre - Time Apart to Grow Together
Girlfriend and boyfriend who live 100 miles apart on different sides of the Irish border.
Sunday Omnibus - Home is Where the Heart is
Three conversations about the path we choose to take and our ties to home and loved ones.
Emma Barnett presents, with original journalism and surprising news stories.
The magic fingers of Rashid Khan
The life behind the magic fingers of Afghan spin bowler Rashid Khan
The child who saved my life – and vanished
The story of an 11-year-old Iraqi girl and the man whose life she inadvertently saved
Talking to Cumbrians with a tale to tell.
Damon Albarn shares his musical milestones in a programme first broadcast in 2014.