The last in the present series of this pop current affairs programme brings together, as usual, a celebrity, an ' expert ' or two and a panel of under-20s to argue out a topical issue, under the watchful eye of Cindy Kent.
Talkabout has covered a wide range of topics: marriage and living together; the paranormal; the power of the media; New Wave music: sport for all; broadcasting and young people: sex without shame; religion as an influence for good or evil; the thrill of speed; the Top 40; drink and drugs; becoming a rock star and why politics is boring. Producer SUE DAVIES
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