Multi Story Shorts

Episodes

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Life On The Fair20190923

What's it like to grow up on the fair? Experience the hidden traditions of Hull street fair, through the eyes of the young travellers who call it their temporary home each year.

Four children become reporters, under the guidance of BBC Radio Humberside's David Reeves.

Find more personal stories like this on the BBC podcast, Multi Story - presented and produced by Becca Bryers.

Experience Hull street fair through the eyes of the children who call it a temporary home.

Surprising personal stories from across England handpicked from BBC Local Radio.

What's it like to grow up on the fair? Experience the hidden traditions of Hull street fair, through the eyes of the young travellers who call it their temporary home each year.

Four children become reporters, under the guidance of BBC Radio Humberside's David Reeves.

Find more personal stories like this on the BBC podcast, Multi Story - presented and produced by Becca Bryers.

Experience Hull street fair through the eyes of the children who call it a temporary home.

Surprising personal stories from across England handpicked from BBC Local Radio.

Lost Property20190930

The surprising items that turn up at the Transport for London's lost property office - and the man who has a passion for reuniting them with their owners.

BBC Radio London's Rob Oxley discovers how the system works - from paper labelling to Sherlock Holmes skills.

This story originally appeared on the BBC podcast Multi Story, presented and produced by Becca Bryers.

The surprising items that turn up at the Transport for London's lost property office.

Surprising personal stories from across England handpicked from BBC Local Radio.

Teaching With Tourette's20191007

Natalie Pearson, from Birmingham, is thought to be the only teacher in the world with a form of Tourette's syndrome which causes involuntary swearing.

She shares some of her experiences of strangers reacting negatively to her tics, in public places, and suggests an alternative; education and compassion.

This story originally appeared in the BBC podcast, Multi Story - presented and produced by Becca Bryers.

The Birmingham teacher who uses her Tourette's syndrome to teach pupils about compassion.

Surprising personal stories from across England handpicked from BBC Local Radio.