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For Queer and Country
Forces Radio BFBS share stories of LGBTQ service men and women.
Looking into the murder of 17-year old Tavis Spencer-Aitkens from Ipswich.
When Dad became Charlotte
Meet May, her brothers, her mum and Charlotte - who used to be her dad.
Single and satisfied? Emily Jeffery shares stories from across local faith communities.
House Block 6
Exploring stories of prisoners on the Therapeutic Community Wing at Holme House prison.
In Two Minds: Should I get tested for Huntington's Disease?
Daniel Pascoe explores Huntington's disease and whether to be tested for the faulty gene.
Neighbour from Hell
Peter Johnson led a ‘campaign of hate’ in Ivy Lane, Cheshire. Now his victims speak.
The truth behind sex shops
What really goes on behind the blacked out windows?
Stronger: Surviving abuse
Raw and honest stories of strength and solidarity after domestic abuse.
Saving lives in lockdown
Exploring stories from NHS workers from a city in lockdown.
Me and my Asexuality
Model and activist Yasmin Benoit explores Asexuality and its place in society.
Mum and Dad's suicide pact
A brother and sister tell the story of their parents' suicide pact.
Life in surgery
Follow Barney Green, a surgeon on shift in the James Cook hospital in Middlesbrough.
It’s all in the eyes
Five women talk about the impact of face coverings and how communication has changed.
Captain Tom - The man who made a difference
The story of Captain Sir Tom Moore, and how a fundraising event made him a household name.