Rufus Hound invites comedians to revisit their formative years by dusting off their teenage diaries and reading them out in public for the very first time.
Will they experience the warm glow of nostalgia or the hot flush of embarrassment?
With Richard Herring
Rufus is joined by comedian Russell Kane, whose detailed accounts of everyday life as a teenager, combined with anger-fuelled poetry displays just what it is to be unpopular, unattractive and unlucky in love.
In this episode, Rufus is joined by Iranian comedienne Shappi Khorsandi who reveals herself to be a lonely and awkward teenager, desperate to be part of a group.
Listen out for Shappi's embarrassed readings of her hilarious teenage poetry.
Steve reveals what it was like to grow up as a proper mummy's boy, and the nightmare situations he encountered because of it.
With Josie Long
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With Jenny Eclair
What advice would Jenny give now to her younger self? Tune in for a hilarious glance back into life as a teenager growing up in the 70s.
Producer: Victoria Payne
A talkbackTHAMES production for BBC Radio 4.