Her neighbours think Audrey Flash is one in a million. Born in Jamaica, 63-year-old Audrey emigrated to the UK in the 1960s and has spent the past 25 years as a youth worker at Birmingham's Woodview Community Centre.
Three years ago Nesta Murray, headteacher of St Ann's C of E Primary School in Tottenham, north London, launched an anger management programme to reduce violence and bullying in her inner city school.
Ten years ago Colin Osborne was given only two months to live. Diagnosed with testicular cancer, the disease quickly spread to his abdomen, pelvis and lungs.
Kevin Johnston has fought back from the depths of crime and drug addiction and now helps disadvantaged young people learn from his mistakes.
More than 800 children from around the world call 62-year-old Birdie McDonald "mum."
In August 2002 AA patrolman Rick Buckley was driving round a notorious bend in North Yorkshire known as "Devil's Elbow", when he thought he'd stumbled onto the set of a movie.
A trip on the last bus home after a night on the town turned into a journey from hell for Lynsey Walters when she risked her life to save a man being viciously stabbed.
Inspirational teenager Scott is the only member of his family who can hear - and that means this schoolboy helps his profoundly deaf mum, dad and two brothers cope with their silent world.
When he was just four years old, little Danny Taylor trekked nearly a mile in the middle of a cold night to save his diabetic mother's life.
Cornel was born with no lower arms and one of his legs severely deformed but has not let his disability stop him from living life to the full.
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