Corinne Hutton on having a double hand transplant after losing her own hands to sepsis.
Tragic school sports day
Lis Cashin's life changed forever in 1983. She was 13, and she'd been chosen to throw the javelin for her school sports day. But her throw hit her classmate Sammy, who was measuring the distances of the throws. Four days later Sammy was dead. For the last 36 years, Lis has been trying to make sense of that day.
“I was scammed by my con artist friend”
Rachel Deloache Williams tells Emma Barnett how she lost tens of thousands of dollars to a “friend”, Anna, who turned out to be a con artist on a grand scale.
Diver who cheated death
North Sea diver Chris Lemons was 100 metres below the surface when his oxygen hose snapped. He wasn't rescued for half an hour.
'Death Row is the only place I didn’t experience racism'
Anthony Ray Hinton spent 28 years on death row in Alabama for two murders he didn’t do.
He was freed in 2015 when the US Supreme Court quashed his conviction.
He was a black man arrested by white police officers, tried by a white prosecutor, convicted by a white jury and sentenced by a white judge.
He told Emma Barnett, death row was the one place he didn’t experience racism.