How one day changed the life of Sonia. One of Britain's most successful pop singers, one day she found herself without a manager or record company, but fought her way back to the Top 10 to be Britain's representative in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Including at 6.30 Wlúch Way Now? Is the careers advice service any good? Is it worth learning a foreign language? Should you bother with GCSEs if there are no jobs?
Free helpline on [number removed](5.00pm-9.00pm).
A series of original plays. On the Line by Tokey Jones.
This Is South Africa A terrible accident shatters a white boy's dream of playing rugby for his country - but his black nurse offers him a new dream. Will this be shattered too?
Dramatised by Jack Klaff
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