Girlfriend and boyfriend who live 100 miles apart on different sides of the Irish border.
Joel and Deirdre - Time Apart to Grow Together
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.
Jean and Ruth - Being Mum
Friends look back at how their upbringings have influenced how they brought up their kids.
Sujen and Lotika - Learning About You
Friends talk about how to cope with work and motherhood and careers in a new country.
Helen and Sarah – No Other Feeling Like It
Policewomen talk honestly about menopause and their employer's positive response to it.
Sunday Omnibus - Women of a Certain Age
Three conversations about menopause, parenting and grand parenting.
Sadie and Rachel - To the Lido
Mother and daughter talk about their passion for cold-water swimming at the local lido.
Issy and Andy – Running in My Dreams
Friends training for the London Marathon on running and how you can never escape it.
Heather and Liz - A Constant in a Sea of Change
Two friends and experienced nurses talk about what makes a good nurse.
Sunday Omnibus - Nursing, Swimming and Running
Three conversations capturing the joys of nursing, marathon running and swimming.
Karl and Devon - The Joys of Modern Life
Two men discuss the pros and cons of how their lives have been transformed by technology.
Mary and Helen - The Queen Is Looking Good
Two sisters in their 80s reflect on life and education in the Dundee of their childhood.
Richard and Liam - Living in the Moment
Friends in their 20s on the wonder of music and capturing and living in the moment.
Sunday Omnibus - Music, New Technology and Times Past.
Three conversations about the wonders of live music, new technology and times past.
The Listening Summer Special - from the Rhondda Valley.
The first of two The Listening Project Summer Specials presented by Fi Glover.
Claire and Sylvia - Educating Sylvia
Mother and daughter compare notes on the experience of going to university.
Clodagh and Emma - Thanks Dad
Two artists and activists talk light-heartedly about how much their art means to them.
Christopher and Connor - Forging Friendships
PhD students talk about how hard it can be to make friends and what defines friendship.
Sunday Omnibus - Education, Friendship and Art in Action
Three conversations about the value of education, of friendship and of art in action.
The Listening Project Summer Special - from Bournemouth
The second of two The Listening Project Summer Specials presented by Fi Glover.
William and Jack - The Sharing of Pain
Friends who met through being part of a group offering emotional support to men.
Sarah and Tracey – It's Not Just the Hands
Two sign language interpreters on giving deaf people the same experiences as the hearing.
Nadia and Ernie - You See All These Beautiful People
Friends talk about the joys of food, body image and body dysmorphia.
Sunday Omnibus - Body Dysmorphia, Men's Groups and Communicating with the Deaf
Three conversations about body dysmorphia, men's groups and communicating with the deaf.
Mark and Kate - An ethical and moral crisis
A couple talk about their shared interest in the environment.
Lesley and Lee - Learning to Drive
Husband and wife on living by the sea and never being too old to learn a new trick.
Paul and Keely - The Kid Question
Father and daughter share their stories about having children and not having them.
Sunday Omnibus - Things That Make Relationships Work
Three conversations about the things that bind relationships together.
Craig and Russell - I Thought I Looked Great
Two friends who live in Dundee look back to where their sense of street came from.
Dillon and Jim - Living with Asperger’s
Father and son, both with Asperger’s Syndrome, talk about how it has affected their lives.
Gemma and Laura - Queers on Stage
Two cabaret artists living in Belfast talk about their focus on feminist and LGBT issues.
Sunday Omnibus - If You've Got it, Flaunt It
Three conversations on Asperger's Syndrome, dressing the part, and the power of cabaret.
Sabah: Part 2 – Now
Sabah Kaiser tells Catriona how she became a voice for survivors in the BAME community.
The underground network saving gay Iraqis
Majid and Ahlam’s network has become a lifeline for vulnerable women and LGBTQ Iraqis
with Chris Warburton
Chris Warburton sits in with original journalism and surprising news stories.
The male tenor who replaced a leading lady
Polish singer Jakub Jozef Orlinski is something of a rarity in the operatic world
The Brassic star talks to Nihal about mental health.