Have you ever taken care of your brothers and sisters? Do you know someone who has? When parents cannot take care of their children, sometimes an older brother or sister takes this responsibility. Adam Navis and Katy Blake tell about families where...
Do you have friends who are so close, they are like family? What does it mean to have friends like this? Why do people feel close to their friends? Liz Waid and Colin Lowther talk about how good friends can feel like family.
Have you ever felt like you have become invisible in society and you’ve given up on trying to fit in? Roger Basick and Alice Irrizary tell about the “Hikikomori” in Japan and the challenges to help these lonely people.
Can a conversation change the world? Liz Waid and Adam Navis tell about an idea from Denmark – a Human Library. Here, people check out a human book and learn about something new.
What do you do when you lose someone you love? The 2011 Japanese tsunami took the lives of many people. Liz Waid and Bruce Gulland tell about a man who created a way for people to talk to those they lost.
Liz Waid and Bruce Gulland look at how the human face communicates. Do you know what messages your face is sending?
Ryan Geertsma and Robin Basselin tell about an organization that collects and shares stories of forgiveness. They encourage people to live better lives through forgiveness.
Adam Navis and Liz Waid tell about an act that many people like. But when you think about it, it is a little gross! What is a kiss and why do people do it?
Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at an English word that many people do not want to say – "sorry". Spotlight looks at when, why, and how people say say “I’m sorry”.
Rena Dam and Liz Waid look at birth order theory. How does a child's place in the family affect his character? Why are children from the same family often so different from one another?