Goodness gracious was my--first thought at the end of this week's programme. What an earful of information ... a stimulating series of programmes which have proved thought-provoking to say the least.'
' want to constructively criticise you - topics raised are unnecessarily narrow and important issues are neglected completely. Talkabout has become a game.'
Is Talkabout a game? It brings together three ingredients - a panel of under-20s, an ' expert or two and Den Hegarty (of the high profile and low voice). If you would like to find out, listen in. Producer DAVID WINTER
If you would like to be a panellist, write to Talkabout, BBC Radio 1, London WIA 4WW. stating what your interests are.
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