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A positive experience of childhood
A positive experience of childhood

Duration: 01:29

The UK's first independent report into what makes for a positive experience of growing up has been launched. 'A Good Childhood' is the completion of the two-year inquiry, commissioned by The Children's Society.

 
A radio report with young people's views about body image (audio)
A radio report with young people's views about body image (audio)

Duration: 06:00

A radio report featuring young people talking about what they like and dislike about their own bodies.

 
Ask Lara - Growing pains
Ask Lara - Growing pains

Duration: 11:53

An animation about physical changes during puberty. Monica is excited by the prospect of her twelfth birthday, but begins to feel depressed when she notices that she hasn't developed since her last birthday in comparison to her friends.

 
Ask Lara - Oh no! B.O.!
Ask Lara - Oh no! B.O.!

Duration: 11:53

An animation about body odour and personal hygiene. After a session at gym class, Gabriel realises that he has body odour which embarrasses him during a trip to the cinema with the girls. He eventually seeks the advice of Max, an older boy, on proper personal hygiene.

 
Celebrating success
Celebrating success

Duration: 00:42

This Bugbear is very proud of her achievement. She completed a sponsored bike ride with her younger brother, and raised lots of money for charity.

 
Proud to be Me - a drama about self esteem (pt 1/2) (audio)
Proud to be Me - a drama about self esteem (pt 1/2) (audio)

Duration: 05:43

The first part of a short radio drama exploring issues relating to 'self-esteem'.

 
Proud to be Me - a drama about self esteem (pt 2/2) (audio)
Proud to be Me - a drama about self esteem (pt 2/2) (audio)

Duration: 06:19

Second part of a short radio drama exploring issues to do with self-esteem.

 
What makes me special?
What makes me special?

Duration: 01:40

A little boy and his dad go to see all the different kinds of ducks at a wetland centre. We learn that every creature is different and special, just like people.

 

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