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Angela and Bernadette - Connecting to the Spirit World
Mother and daughter who believe the psychic power to contact the dead runs in the family.
The Sunday Omnibus - From this world and beyond.
Three conversations about looks and ageing; faith and coming out; and being a medium.
Matt and Alison - I'm just used to being in a relationship
Good friends compare notes about the why being in a relationship is important to them.
Margaret and Frank - Another 53 Years
Husband and wife recall how they first met and reflect on the strength of their marriage.
Asanga and Rose - A Bigger Bath
A couple discuss the way they've managed to have a successful long-distance relationship.
Sunday Omnibus - All about relationships
Three different stories and revealing insights into what makes a relationship tick.
Mimi and Chloe - The most stressful point of your life
School friends talk about how stressful exams are and about growing up in Scarborough.
Timandra and Janet - Flying the nest
Daughter quizzes mother about why higher education for her children was important to her.
David and Tom - I didn't have the confidence to go to school.
Mentor and mentee talk the benefits of a support service for young people.
Sunday Omnibus - Approaching Adulthood
Three conversations about the big wide world of adulthood.
Jemima and Sophy - Passage of Time
Close friends in their 20s share their thoughts on adulthood and the passage of time.
Florence and Caroline - Go back where?
Kenyan cousins talk about how important it is for African migrants like them to integrate.
Nyree and Greg - Hour by hour, you just get through
Brother and sister on adulthood and how they coped when she had post-natal depression.
Sunday Omnibus - Family, Friendship and Fitting in
The omnibus edition of the series presented by Fi Glover.
Fi Glover presents the Christmas Special with the writer and podcaster Elizabeth Day.
Steph and Caitlin - A Forever Family
Mother tells teenage daughter the story of how she came to be joyfully adopted.
Layla and Keigan – Seeing you once a year isn't enough
Friends aged 11 and 8 talk about how close they are and how much they miss each other.
Julie and Ann - I Shouldn't Be Telling You This
Half-sisters talk about how one of them came to know who her birth father was.
Sunday Omnibus - Beginnings and Belonging
Fi Glover presents the omnibus edition of the series.
Lee and Steven - Returning to Heaven
Friends united in their joy at returning home to the wonders of the Welsh valleys.
Richard and Saeed - Breaking barriers and growing communities
Friends talk about their unlikely friendship and their love of working in the community.
Jay and Mark - It's still as difficult as it was the first time
Friends talk about the difficulties of to trying work out whether someone is gay.
Sunday Omnibus- In the friendship zone
Capturing the nation in conversation, in partnership with the British Library.
Alison and Richard - The group holds you
Friends and Extinction Rebellion members discuss why they are fighting for their cause.
Mandy and Sharon - The power of tea
Friends discuss the power of tea and solace volunteering at the local community centre.
Eugene and Christopher- Being male social workers
Friends and fellow social workers talk about how they might appear to the kids they help.
Sunday Omnibus - The art of helping people
Three conversations about the art of making lasting friendships through helping others.
John and Matt - It's Not Very Emotionally Nourishing
Friends and fellow comedians on the ups and downs of being a part of the comedy community.
Jason and Talia - Girls think I sound like a posh old man
Friends using voice communication devices to speak, discuss the dating scene at college.
Olivia and Dee - I'm super-proud now
Mother and daughter talk about their close relationship through the prism of tattoos.
Sunday Omnibus: Tattoos, voice communication and the dark side of comedy
Three conversations about tattoos, voice communication and harsh comedy environments.