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Easter Sunday is a time of hope but for the next generation of Scotland's young adults future employment prospects look anything but hopeful. Joining Ricky Ross to discuss how young people can retain hope in the face of high youth unemployment are theology lecturer, the Reverend Doug Gay, seventeen year old member of the Scottish Youth Parliament, Ross Greer, eighteen year old unemployed Cameron Lee, and Alison Urie who works with young people in Glasgow.

And continuing to capture the cultural spirit of every nation competing at the Olympics with the Written World, today's poem comes from Armenia.

1 hour, 15 minutes

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Sun 8 Apr 2012 08:45

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