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Diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease at 46, Christine has outlived her expected prognosis by a decade.
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A collection of Bob's finest and funniest moments.
The story of Mrs Ethel Livesey is crowded with bold and heartless acts of deception.
Nigel's publishing house, Bloomsbury, was at the centre of the phenomenon and immense fortune generated by JK Rowling's series.
Russian translator and interpreter Pyotr fled the Soviet Union by swimming across the Black Sea.
Trevor's struggle to locate his biological family makes his an impassioned voice for adoption reform.
Wendy has lived through several of Darwin's incarnations, including its destruction by WW2 and Cyclone Tracy.
Edmund traces the thread of his lifelong interest in China's art and archaeology.
NASA is exploring whether Hank's knowledge of bear biology may be a key to human endurance in space.
Bill Lawson applies an engineer's mind to solving social problems.