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'If you want to live, squeeze my hand'
How scientist Steffanie Strathdee saved her husband from a deadly superbug
How I lost a museum but gained a family
Stories of hope in the ashes of Brazil's destroyed National Museum
From homeless kid to hero of Africa's biggest slum
Kennedy Odede is known by some as the unofficial mayor of Kibera
The love story behind a lost Leonardo
How a long-lost painting was restored, attributed to da Vinci and sold for $450,000,000
The boy, the wish and the nuclear weapons
Why a terminally ill teenager went to the Soviet Union to broker a nuclear peace deal
How not to be a rock star
Cora Bissett got a five album deal when she was just 17, but then faced a huge backlash
Dr Palipana, the quadriplegic ER medic
How a car accident turned Dinesh Palipana into a quadriplegic emergency doctor
I raised 1,000 children but gave my own away
Sindhutai Sapkal is known as the ‘mother of orphans’, but had to give her own child away
The acid attack meant for someone else
Andreas Christopheros had acid thrown in his face in a case of mistaken identity
Discovering my ‘mum’ stole me at birth
In 1997 a baby is stolen from a Cape Town hospital, 17 years later she learns the truth
How I fixed my own brain
Sarah Vallance put her life back together after suffering traumatic brain injury.
The TV action hero fighting bullies
Why German action star Carsten Stahl became an anti-bullying crusader
Modern birth: Why I gave my sister my womb
Lolita Wästerlund was born without a uterus, so her sister Linda offered up hers
Modern birth: The fertility doctor who impregnated his patients
Matthew White and Heather Woock found out they were siblings and uncovered a scandal
Stories, music and life across Leicestershire and Rutland with Ben.
Taken from their families: a colonial legacy
Meeting the mixed race people taken from their African mothers in Belgium’s colonial era
Chester Williams, Sheikh Yusuf Motala, Jan Ruff O’Herne, Ric Ocasek
Matthew Bannister on an Islamic scholar, a rugby player, a campaigner and a rock star.
Andrew and Jack – Look How Far We’ve Come.
Two friends discuss cross-dressing and being gay in a more tolerant world.
A programme to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Principality Stadium.