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20020827

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Danny Rumble explains why Shakespeare's `Henry V' benefits from a blast of Ali G, and Polly Cook describes her unconventional life.

20020827

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Danny Rumble explains why Shakespeare's `Henry V' benefits from a blast of Ali G, and Polly Cook describes her unconventional life.

20020828

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Nick Green despairs of his politically apathetic generation, and Jessica Hallybone sees the school bus as the world in microcosm.

20020828

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Nick Green despairs of his politically apathetic generation, and Jessica Hallybone sees the school bus as the world in microcosm.

20020829

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Maria Tidball is worried that people do not see beyond her disability, and Ryan Dunn, aged 15, talks about life as a `harbour rat'.

20020829

Winners of the competition for new radio voices.

Maria Tidball is worried that people do not see beyond her disability, and Ryan Dunn, aged 15, talks about life as a `harbour rat'.

20020830

Features from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Jonathan Bevan goes searching for insects in a bid to introduce us to their magical world.

20020830

Features from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Jonathan Bevan goes searching for insects in a bid to introduce us to their magical world.

19970731

The fourth of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

According to Kyran Fields, Simon Gillis and Erin Percival, being a teenager means family friction, agonies over that first kiss and a confused sense of identity.

19970731

The fourth of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

According to Kyran Fields, Simon Gillis and Erin Percival, being a teenager means family friction, agonies over that first kiss and a confused sense of identity.

19970807

The last of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Featuring army cadet Jade Fellows and sci-fi writer Robert Tamplin.

19970807

The last of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Featuring army cadet Jade Fellows and sci-fi writer Robert Tamplin.

20010611

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Lauren Coulthard talks about the teenage drugs scene in Liverpool and Charlie Bennett describes the more innocent pleasures of life on the Scilly Isles.

20010611

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Lauren Coulthard talks about the teenage drugs scene in Liverpool and Charlie Bennett describes the more innocent pleasures of life on the Scilly Isles.

20010613

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Nick Green despairs of his politically-apathetic generation and Jessica Hallybone explains why she sees the school bus as the world in microcosm.

20010613

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Nick Green despairs of his politically-apathetic generation and Jessica Hallybone explains why she sees the school bus as the world in microcosm.

20010615

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Jonathan Bevan goes searching for insects in a bid to introduce us to their magical world.

20010615

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Jonathan Bevan goes searching for insects in a bid to introduce us to their magical world.

3 F19970710

The first of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11 to 15-year-olds.

Laxmi Kathuria's `3 F's' are football, feminism and forensic pathology.

And Barum Jeffrey reveals what it is like to be a boy scout in Northern Ireland.

3 F19970710

The first of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11 to 15-year-olds.

Laxmi Kathuria's `3 F's' are football, feminism and forensic pathology.

And Barum Jeffrey reveals what it is like to be a boy scout in Northern Ireland.

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In 1996, Radio 4 asked media studies students and community radio stations from all over the UK to send in their best features. In this, the first of five programmes, the winners introduce themselves. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970122]

In 1996, Radio 4 asked media studies students and community radio stations from all over the UK to send in their best features. In this, the first of five programmes, the winners introduce themselves. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970122]

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970122]

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970129]

The series that airs the best features made by media students. This week, Edwina Jarvis introduces Because of Saturday, about the tactics and mind set of football hooligans; and Marie Shotbolt introduces Vowed Lives, in which nuns talk about everyday life. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970129]

The series that airs the best features made by media students. This week, Edwina Jarvis introduces Because of Saturday, about the tactics and mind set of football hooligans; and Marie Shotbolt introduces Vowed Lives, in which nuns talk about everyday life. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970129]

Introduces: Edwina Jarvis

Introduces: Marie Shotbolt

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970129]

Introduces: Edwina Jarvis

Introduces: Marie Shotbolt

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970205]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970205]

The showcase for new talent in radio feature making. Womb with a View by Jane Yeoman and friends; Twins by Britt Schjoth-lverson ; and Road Protesters by Sally Shore. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970205]

The showcase for new talent in radio feature making. Womb with a View by Jane Yeoman and friends; Twins by Britt Schjoth-lverson ; and Road Protesters by Sally Shore. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970205]

Unknown: Jane Yeoman

Unknown: Britt Schjoth-Lverson

Unknown: Sally Shore.

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970205]

Unknown: Jane Yeoman

Unknown: Britt Schjoth-Lverson

Unknown: Sally Shore.

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970212]

The showcase for new talent in radio feature-making. Kidney Donors, by Graham White: Asylum, by Jamie Flyeman ; and Deptford Village, by Tim Sutton.

Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970212]

The showcase for new talent in radio feature-making. Kidney Donors, by Graham White: Asylum, by Jamie Flyeman ; and Deptford Village, by Tim Sutton.

Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970212]

Unknown: Jamie Flyeman

Unknown: Tim Sutton.

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970212]

Unknown: Jamie Flyeman

Unknown: Tim Sutton.

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]

The final showcase for new talent in radio feature-making. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]

The final showcase for new talent in radio feature-making. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970219]

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970710]

As part of the BBC's Talent 2000, the first of five programmes airing the winners of Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Laxmi Kathuria 's Three F's are football, feminism and forensic pathology. And Barum Jeffreys reveals what it is like to be a boy scout in Northern Ireland. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970710]

As part of the BBC's Talent 2000, the first of five programmes airing the winners of Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Laxmi Kathuria 's Three F's are football, feminism and forensic pathology. And Barum Jeffreys reveals what it is like to be a boy scout in Northern Ireland. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970710]

Unknown: Laxmi Kathuria

Unknown: Barum Jeffreys

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970710]

Unknown: Laxmi Kathuria

Unknown: Barum Jeffreys

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970717]

The second of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11 to 15-year-olds. Adam Chehata talks about living with Tourette's syndrome. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970717]

The second of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11 to 15-year-olds. Adam Chehata talks about living with Tourette's syndrome. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970717]

Talks: Adam Chehata

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970717]

Talks: Adam Chehata

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970724]

The third of five programmes showcasing the work of the winners of BBC Radio 4's competition for 11- to 15-year-olds. Including

Paul Anderton 's feature on the loss of a seaside mansion in Lytham St Anne's. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970724]

The third of five programmes showcasing the work of the winners of BBC Radio 4's competition for 11- to 15-year-olds. Including

Paul Anderton 's feature on the loss of a seaside mansion in Lytham St Anne's. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970724]

Unknown: Paul Anderton

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970724]

Unknown: Paul Anderton

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970731]

The fourth of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds. According to

Kyran Fields, Simon Gillis and Erin Percival , being a teenager means family friction, agonies over that first kiss and a confused sense of identity. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970731]

The fourth of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds. According to

Kyran Fields, Simon Gillis and Erin Percival , being a teenager means family friction, agonies over that first kiss and a confused sense of identity. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970731]

Unknown: Simon Gillis

Unknown: Erin Percival

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970731]

Unknown: Simon Gillis

Unknown: Erin Percival

Producer: Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970807]

The last of five special programmes showcasing the winners of Radio 4's feature-making competition. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970807]

The last of five special programmes showcasing the winners of Radio 4's feature-making competition. Producer Bella Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970807]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970807]
Harbour Rat20010614

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Maria Tidball voices her fears that people don't see beyond her disability and Ryan Dunn, aged 15, talks about life as a `harbour rat' and professional fisherman.

Harbour Rat20010614

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Maria Tidball voices her fears that people don't see beyond her disability and Ryan Dunn, aged 15, talks about life as a `harbour rat' and professional fisherman.

Henry V20010612

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Danny Rumble explains why he thinks Shakespeare's `Henry V' benefits from a blast of Ali G and Polly Cook describes her unconventional life.

Henry V20010612

Features and audio diaries from the winners of the competition for new young voices for the airwaves.

Danny Rumble explains why he thinks Shakespeare's `Henry V' benefits from a blast of Ali G and Polly Cook describes her unconventional life.

0219970717

The second of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Adam Chehata talks about living with Tourette's syndrome.

0219970717

The second of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.

Adam Chehata talks about living with Tourette's syndrome.

0319970724

The third of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds includes Paul Anderton's feature on the loss of a seaside mansion in Lytham St Anne's.

0319970724

The third of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds includes Paul Anderton's feature on the loss of a seaside mansion in Lytham St Anne's.

200A0120000124

The return of the Sony Award-winning series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

1: Young, black, female, Christian and disabled - Tinu Adeniji Adele is testing the world, her friends and herself in her search for answers.

200A0120000124

The return of the Sony Award-winning series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

1: Young, black, female, Christian and disabled - Tinu Adeniji Adele is testing the world, her friends and herself in her search for answers.

200A02When Father Went Away20000125

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

2: `When Father Went Away'.

Katie Strickland reveals the pressures of being a forces child.

Alison Jack blows the whistle on men with hairy legs and dreams of becoming Scotland's best referee.

200A02When Father Went Away20000125

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

2: `When Father Went Away'.

Katie Strickland reveals the pressures of being a forces child.

Alison Jack blows the whistle on men with hairy legs and dreams of becoming Scotland's best referee.

200A03Ok Computer20000126

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

3: `OK Computer'.

Ben Maydon taps the light fantastic across his computer's keyboard and dreams an electronic dream.

Louise Pender records the diary of an outcast.

200A03Ok Computer20000126

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

3: `OK Computer'.

Ben Maydon taps the light fantastic across his computer's keyboard and dreams an electronic dream.

Louise Pender records the diary of an outcast.

200A04No Joy20000127

By day you can hear the birds sing in Deborah's Belfast street.

By night the sound of squealing tyres and handbrake turns angers her, as joyriders shatter the peace of her community.

200A04No Joy20000127

By day you can hear the birds sing in Deborah's Belfast street.

By night the sound of squealing tyres and handbrake turns angers her, as joyriders shatter the peace of her community.

200A05Home Is Where The Hate Was20000128

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

5: `Home Is Where the Hate Was'.

Ngozie longs to return to her beautiful birthplace of Sierra Leone.

But it is also a place of nightmares and terrible memories of the vicious civil war she found herself trapped in.

James Maxwell reveals two very different worlds.

200A05Home Is Where The Hate Was20000128

A series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.

5: `Home Is Where the Hate Was'.

Ngozie longs to return to her beautiful birthplace of Sierra Leone.

But it is also a place of nightmares and terrible memories of the vicious civil war she found herself trapped in.

James Maxwell reveals two very different worlds.