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Season 3 / Episode 7 and airs on 30 March 2018 23:30
Hello Goodbye hosted by Dale Curd, draws out people from all walks of life who are in the midst of welcoming home or saying goodbye to their loved ones. The series that everyone is talking about demonstrates the universal themes of love, family, bonds, friendships, grief and joyful reunion, and presents a window into our most emotional moments. Bustling airport arrival and departure terminals see thousands of people every day, and each and every traveller has a unique story to tell.
A woman in the Canadian military shares some of the struggles related to the responsibilities of her service. She awaits a visit from her sister, whom she can always rely on when the burden feels too large. Two friends who have recently realized that they're in love bring brave faces to the unique struggle they face, as one battles a progressive illness and the other must head back to his home country. A woman grapples to accept the changes in her body as a result of her battle with breast cancer while her father comes to celebrate the end of her treatments. A survivor of Hurricane Katrina reflects on the strangers who generously helped him in his time of need, becoming like family to him and restoring his faith in humanity.
A pair in their 80s who have both lost the loves of their lives have found happiness with each other, and are making the very most of their remaining time in this energizing new relationship. A man who has finally been accepted by his girlfriend's family is making big plans, and big changes, to spend the rest of his life with her. When tragedy caused a couple to stop playing it cool with each other and dig deep into their emotions, they found a love that neither one expected. A teenager who was diagnosed with cancer and her boyfriend, who has been there for her throughout the journey, inspire us with their strength and buoyant optimism.
David: As a child with Tourette syndrome, David was bullied so badly that he had to be homeschooled. But his mother was always there to remind him he was perfect just the way he was. "When I think back, growing up, I wouldn't change a thing, just because of her."
Margaret and her sister, the caregiver: A woman grieves the loss of her mother and is eager to reuinte with her sister who cared for their mother in her final moments.
Sisters who survived a genocide: A woman tells the moving story of her sister's loss - who she hasn't seen since the Bosnian War - and her own family struggles since those days.
Memories of making memories: A mother and daughter reminisce about her father's last wishes to enjoy family outings during his remaining time with them.
Geoff's family keeping the spirit of their daughter alive: When Geoff and his wife Ofelia became pregnant, their daughter, Mar, couldn't have been more excited to be a big sister. But they were all devastated when they lost their newborn to a heart defect.
Jane reunites with her daughter after 25 years: Jane was only 19 years old when she had to give up her daughter Amanda for adoption. Now, Jane is grateful to have her daughter back in her life and feels she completes the family. The experience inspired Jane, who was also an adoptee, to reconnect with her own parents and resolve feelings of loss.
Jimmy welcomes his "wee darling" sister: Jimmy is waiting for his younger sister, whom he used to care for when they were children in Scotland. But when their mother recently passed away from Alzheimer's, it was his sister who looked after her. Jimmy remembers their mother fondly, especially how she would champion his boxing matches.
Ashraf embraces a new, authentic connection with his family: Ashraf is a single man and he is also gay, which has challenged his relationship with his mother, as his family is conservative Muslim from Bangladesh and previously unaccepting of his sexual orientation. After coming out to his parents 10 years ago, he hopes to have a more authentic connection with them now that he has adopted a son.
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