Mike Tomlinson remembers the incredible life of his wife Jane Tomlinson, an amateur English athlete who raised £1.85 million for charity by completing a series of athletic challenges, despite suffering from terminal cancer.
British couple Tony Scott and Justine Merton-Scott survived the horrific attack on the Bataclan Theatre in Paris on 13 November 2015. They tell Emma Barnett what it was like - and what it was like revisiting the city three years later.
'I spent 25 years in prison for a murder I didn't commit'
In January 1977, Annie Walsh was murdered in her Manchester flat.
Four months later, neighbour Robert Brown was arrested. Within 36 hours he'd signed a confession - a confession which he says was beaten out of him.
After spending 25 years maintaining his innocence in prison, the Appeal Court ruled his conviction was unsafe and he was released.
Robert tells Emma Barnett his story, and explains why he is now trying to change the criminal justice system.
Karen Downes, whose 14-year-old daughter went out with friends in 2003, and has never been seen since, tells Anna Foster about how she's coped with life after that moment. She describes in honest detail the impact on her and her family life - including the moment she stabbed her husband.
Kweku Adoboli, the trader jailed for the UK's biggest financial fraud, tells Anna Foster why he's now fighting deportation to Ghana, the country of his birth which he left aged 4.