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Franck Farigoul

I love astronomy and taking pictures of astronomical events – I actually did a presentation to my colleagues a few months ago on it. It’s something outside the realm of ...
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Dorra Ben Naceur

The most influential person in my life is my mum, for all the reasons that you’d say your mum. She’s an incredibly strong woman. We moved a lot when I ...
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Dharmesh Vashi

My parents moved to the UK in the 60s, my mother from Uganda and my father from India. Soon after that,  my uncle came to join us. He was kind ...
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Daniela Sorriso

My little brother is 12 years younger than me and over the last year or so, he’s been saying to me that I’m  the father he’s never had. That makes ...
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Dan Cole

At 18, I decided not to go to university and to take a different route instead: I joined the Royal Marines. I'd had enough of education and I wasn't really ...
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Christophe Dos Santos

Running a marathon is like throwing yourself into the dark - it's frightening. Professional coaches say you should never run the marathon distance in training, only on the day, because ...
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Chee-Hau Man

My parents immigrated from Hong Kong in the 70s for the restaurant business, so I grew up in restaurants. I would sit at a table at the back of the ...
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Carolina Morales

Music is essential to me. Every day I wake up listening to music, and it's the last thing I do at night. It's a way to express myself and channel ...
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Adam Warden

I feel really proud that I've been in the world of work for 20 years now and never really had a period of unemployment. It would be silly for me ...
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Sonia Boukari

I know Kung Fu and I like the fact that i could protect myself if I needed to. My uncle used to do Kung Fu so I started when I ...
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Silvia Perez

When I was 17, my family moved from France back to Spain. Originally I went with them but finally decided it was better for me to go back to France ...
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Roxana Dobrota

The most important piece of advice I've ever received was from my grandfather - he told me just to be myself, regardless of what anyone else says. We were under ...
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