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Youth Panel 2010

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What is the Youth Panel?

The Youth Panel is made up of 10 young people across the UK aged 13-19. Panel members are especially selected for their creativity, fresh ideas and most importantly their voice - to speak up and represent the voices of other young people in their region.

As well as providing vital feedback and creative input on all things Blast, past panel members have also found it a fantastic stepping-stone to other opportunities as they develop new skills and meet industry professionals within the BBC along the way.

Youth Panel 2010

  • Louis, London Ambassador

    Louis, London Ambassador

    Passionate about writing, I can never write enough.
  • Mark, Northern Ireland Ambassador

    Mark, Northern Ireland Ambassador

    Loves art! It makes me who I am.
  • Edd, South West Ambassador

    Edd, South West Ambassador

    Live production is my life. I love presenting radio.
  • Elliot, Scotland Ambassador

    Elliot, Scotland Ambassador

    From digital art to Lady Ga Ga, loves creativity!
  • Jenny, West Midlands Ambassador

    Jenny, West Midlands Ambassador

    Described as a geek, and loves photography!
  • Hafsah, West Midlands Ambassador

    Hafsah, West Midlands Ambassador

    A passionate composer, musician and poet!
  • Lianna, South East Ambassador

    Lianna, South East Ambassador

    Loves films and different styles of music!
  • Rhiannan, Wales Ambassador

    Rhiannan, Wales Ambassador

    Plans to travel in an epic adventure!
  • Lucy, North East Ambassador

    Lucy, North East Ambassador

    Self confessed vintage fashion addict!
  • Shakti, North West Ambassador

    Shakti, North West Ambassador

    Adores music - plays the euphonium in 3 bands!

Download the latest newsletters from the Blast Youth Panel:

May Newsletter

June Newsletter

July Newsletter

August Newsletter

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