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My Name Is Rod
Rod is fighting to break the culture of silence around male fertility.
My Name Is Peter
My Name Is Peter: I helped battle to stop the devastation caused by the Fishlake floods
My Name Is Natasha
Natasha is 38. She wants to have a baby but is struggling to find a non-white egg donor.
My Name Is Samayya
Samayya Afzal wants the government to do much more to make UK mosques safe from attack.
My Name Is Beth
An individual with a story to tell, and some answers to find, in today's Britain.
My Name Is Abi
Abi Blake was beaten to within an inch of her life: she wants to help protect other women.
My Name Is Immie
Immie Rhodes wants people to be properly housed, not in an ugly office block
My Name Is Hayley: Asking for Rejection
Hayley is a young woman who wants to get better at dealing with rejection.
My Name Is Joanna
Joanna wants to see prescription charges scrapped in England.
My Name Is Fozia
Dr Fozia Hayat received malicious messages as she battled to save patients with covid-19.
Why isn't threatening to share intimate images a criminal offence in England and Wales?
My Name Is Kabir
My Name Is Lucy
Lucy is single, 41. Is it time for her to abandon computer-generated love matches?
My Name Is Roman
Roman is 11 and loves Minecraft - should his parents be so strict about screen time?
My Name Is Niellah
Niellah Arboine asks why Black journalists are so underrepresented in Britain’s newsrooms
My Name Is Julie
Julie asks if lockdown has affected her children's future.
My Name Is Jordan
Jordan Lee hopes to rebuild trust and counter vaccine hesitancy in his Bradford community.
My Name Is Anna
Anna is branded a terf when she gets involved in the toxic debate around trans rights.
My Name Is Elvis
Stand-up poet and performer Elvis MacGonagall is in search of place to... perform.
My Name Is Richard
Gamekeeper and special constable Richard is concerned about the rise in rural crime.
My Name Is Hamza
Hamza Malik believes sport can help people in so many ways and he wants to broaden access.
My Name Is Josh
Anna's grandfather had his life savings stolen by his carers.
My Name Is Philip
Philip Price asks why some pensioners live in poverty despite working their whole lives.
My Name Is Christina
Christina Adane is committed to improving food choices available to youngsters like her.
My Name Is Natalie
My Name Is Emma
Emma wants to know how she can stay living in her hometown.
My Name Is Haroon
Haroon Mota is a man on a mission, finding new ways to encourage his community to get fit.
My Name is Sam
Sam discovers why disabled people can't find suitable housing in today's Britain.
My Name Is Kate
Kate E Deeming wants more fun things for her son to do in her neighbourhood.
My Name Is Bex
As a teacher Bex Wilson saw what happened when kids didn't have beds and decided to act.
My Name Is Joanne
Historian Joanne Paul asks why academics like herself are leaving UK universities.
My Name Is Ricardo P Lloyd
Ricardo P Lloyd investigates some of the obstacles facing black actors like him in Britain
My Name Is Laura
Laura was groomed and abused as child. She doesn't want others to go through what she did.
My Name Is Claire
Claire Randall is blind - why does that mean so many employers won't give her a job?