Adrian Line chairs Radio Is open forum - an opportunity for schools and clubs to choose a subject, provide a panel and pick the programme's music. Business As Usual
This week from Belfast where young people talk about their life in Northern Ireland. What are the positive gains of living in this unusual situation?
Including music from the Carnhill Folk Group from Londonderry
Producers DAVID WINTER and SUE DAVIES
If you or your school or club hare strong views on any subject that needs a flood airing, contact:
Talkabout, BBC Radio 1, London 111.4. 4WW
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