A group of young people get together to air their views on a subject of importance to them and their guests. With Anne Nightingale in the Chair they deal with topical, and often controversial issues, and on a lighter note listen to some of their favourite music. If you are between 16 and 20. are at school or attend a youth club and have a particular subject you'd like to discuss on Radio 1. then write to:
Talkabout, BBC Radio 1, I.ondon WIA 4WW
Producer JULIET BLAKE
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