Steve Lamacq airs the latest tunes, featuring hot acts with live sets. Plus Imran Ahmed and Emma Johnston with reviews of live gigs. At 11.30 The Birds and the Bees.
Letitia investigates the UK's comparatively alarming rates of teen pregnancies - 15 to 19 in every thousand compared to seven per thousand in Sweden - and asks if
British youth should emulate the Swedes when it comes to alcohol, contraception and sex education.
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