|01||Noleen Adair||20120205||20120209||Despite battling serious illness for a decade, Noleen Adair has worked tirelessly for women with breast cancer, with the colourful and glamorous Pretty in Pink Charity.|
Noleen Adair works tirelessly for women with breast cancer with the Pretty in Pink Charity
|02||Mark Pollock||20120212||20120216||Completely blind by the age of 22, Mark Pollock rowed at the Commonwealth Games and completed marathons and polar expeditions. Natasha Sayee finds out how Mark stays positive.|
Natasha Sayee finds out how sports star Mark Pollock stays so positive despite being blind
|03||Susan Phoenix||20120219||20120223||After her husband's death, Dr Susan Phoenix suffered from deep depression. She tells Natasha Sayee how a voyage of self-discovery helped to bring hope to others dealing with grief.|
Dr Susan Phoenix explains how a world voyage helped her deal with her husband's death.
|04 LAST||Richard Moore||20120226||20120301||At the age of 10, Richard Moore was blinded by a British soldier, but the two are now friends. Presenter Natasha Sayee hears about Richard's Children in Crossfire charity.|
Richard Moore was blinded at age 10 by a British soldier, but the two are now friends.