Last week BBC Radio 5 Live contacted us and invited us down the their studios in Leeds to talk live on their Drive time radio show about the amazing work we do here at FinderMonkey to reunite lost family members and old friends.

This was great opportunity to explain to all of their listeners the impact finding people can have after reuniting over 15,000 people since 2007. Finding people is something that’s really dear too everyone who works here at FinderMonkey and really pulls on your hearts emotions. The work we do is really rewarding and important to us all.

Before going on the radio we managed to get one of our previous clients Kevin to join us on the show. We worked for Kevin over 18 months ago we when helped him be reunited with him birth Mum, Angela. There is a video on their full story on our website which you can view here.

Kevin and Angela’s story is very powerful and really epitomises the meaningfulness of the work we do at FinderMonkey. Both of them were happy to come on the radio and talk about their story with the listeners sharing how it feels to be reunited with each other. Also explaining how it felt to not be in touch with each other and the positives which came out of it.

We recorded our experience at BBC Radio Leeds and produced a small video for you to watch below.

Listen to the full audio here.

We would like to thank BBC Radio 5 Live for the invitation to speak on the radio and share our story about what we do here at FinderMonkey. You can keep up to date with more stories BBC Radio 5 Live produce on their twitter account here. You can also view the article about the last time we featured on the BBC Radio talking about adoption and how we can help find adopted people.