Episode 1-Play Episode Carrie Hetherington speaking about being about her journey as a Type 1 working with DYNZ and being the New Zealand youth representative to IDF (International Diabetes Federation).

Episode 2-Play Episode Sophie Devine speaking about her journey being a top caliber athlete representing NZ in both hockey and cricket.

Episode 3-Play Episode Hamish Beadle speaks about his winning the 2014 McLaren Youth awards and being a teenager who has opportunities to travel abroad for his sport. His father also joins him to add insight from a parents point of view.

Episode 4-Play Episode Madison Johnson is also a 2014 McLaren Award winner and she speaks about how having Type 1 Diabetes has formed her choices at uni.

Episode 5-Play Episode Jacqui Van Blerk speaks has a young child with Type 1 Diabetes and speaks her daughters diagnosis and where they are at now. She also speaks about giving her daughter a dog that is specifically trained to pick up low blood sugar.

Episode 6-Play Episode Jennifer Dean is a school nurse from Linwood College in Christchurch speaks about how parents can prepare for schools and the best way to work together as a team.

Episode 7-Play Episode Peter Thompson speaks about being one of the first to trial in the Living Cell Technologies Xenotransplantation.