Give Me A Voice

Strong, thought provoking and controversial stuff from a brand new series.

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At the age of 58 Nancy was told she had dementia, Give Me a Voice tells her story of living with this diagnosis.

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Rosie Kane gives a voice to the women who have been trafficked to Scotland and then imprisoned and forced into prostitution. She follows the work of the Tara Project in Glasgow.

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Giving a voice to people with extraordinary stories to tell.

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Giving a voice to people with extraordinary stories to tell.

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Jasvinder Sanghera gives a very personal voice to the issue of forced marriage in a heart-rending story where family honour mattered more than anything.

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Rwandan students, survivors of the Rwandan genocide, have been given the opportunity to study at Scottish Universities. They speak out about their role as ambassadors for the new Rwanda and how their time in Scotland will give them a greater voice in the future development of their country.

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The Sony Award-winning series returns with an insight into the rarely aired issue of adults who harm themselves.

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At 41 years old, Anne made a decision that turned her live upside down. It estranged her from her family and friends, and left her with no choice but to leave the close knit community that she lived in. All because she fell in love...with another woman.

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Rosie Kane gives a voice to the women who have been trafficked to Scotland and then imprisoned and forced into prostitution. She follows the work of the Tara Project in Glasgow.

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In this episode we meet 'Shirl', a remarkable woman who takes sex offenders into her home to help them face their past.

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Volunteer Donald Thomson describes how getting involved with Edinburgh Cyrenians, who have spent nearly 40 years tackling homelessness, has changed his life.

Their Fareshare scheme delivers surplus food, otherwise bound for landfill, to various homelessness projects.

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Gerry Campbell lost his daughter to adoption over thirty years ago. In today's programme he looks at why birth fathers are so often sidelined and what happened when he and his daughter finally met.

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Audrey Lamb talks about fostering vulnerable babies.

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In the first of two programmes, the MacDonald family move into their new farm in Lusaka to further their work with street children. Will a flitting Zambian style go smoothly?

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Don MacDonald makes a big decision which will affect the future of their project looking after abandoned Street Kids at Old MacDonald's Farm in Zambia.

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Today gives a voice to 'Shirl', a remarkable and controversial woman who takes sex offenders into her home to help them face their past.

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Jasvinder Sanghera gives a very personal voice to the issue of forced marriage in a heart-rending story where family honour mattered more than anything.

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Can you imagine waking up one day and having no idea who you are? Paul Mcgale from Edinburgh did just that in November 2005 after an accident.

18 months on, Paul has had to re-learn everything, from reading and writing to who he was before the accident. We follow his daily struggle to find answers.

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As part of a special double feature, Give Me A Voice explores one of the most misunderstood and controversial of diseases, ME.

Ciara MacLaverty talks about how she has lived with ME for the past 20 years. She reveals how, as well as fighting the devastating illness, she has to battle with how the public continues to misunderstand her condition.