With CHRIS MOHR
Wednesday's regular features: Agony Column o/ the Air,
Listeners' Letters, Time to Spare: JOHN BROWN finds courses that help you enjoy your leisure, Summer Slim-In: The first of four May programmes in which three slimmers ask HILDA WOOLFE to design an individual diet for their way of life, starting with a weigh-in, and at: '
10.34 Young People Talking
Hear what they-have to say about fashion, politics, religion, parents. Today: Drugs
Including today's special feature at:
4.15 What Are They Up To Now?
Your opportunity to question local government councillors and officials on what they are doing for you and the community. Telephone [number removed]
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