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From Hutchesons' Grammar School in Glasgow, Nicky Campbell asks: Is it ever too late to confess? Should it be legal to get high? And, are girls being robbed of their innocence?

Amongst those taking part will be Baroness Meacher, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform; Diane Abbott MP, Shadwow Minister for Public Health; Chief Superintendent Craig Suttie; Liz Leydon, Editor of the Scottish Catholic Observer; Tim Maguire from Scottish Humanists; the former cyclist, Richard Moore; Eric Carlin, former government advisor on the misuse of drugs; Will Manson from Maxie Richards Foundation; Maryon Stewart from Angelus Foundation; Pete White from Positive Prison? Positive Futures; the sociologist, Dr Rachel Russell; Kim Smith, National Co-ordinator YWCA Scotland; and Neil Ednie, pageant director of Miss Teen Beauty Queen UK.

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1 hour

Last on

Sun 20 Jan 2013 10:00

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Is it ever too late to confess?

Should it be legal to get high?

And, are girls being robbed of their innocence?

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January 20th           Glasgow

January 27th           Salford

February 3rd           Leicester

February 10th         Cardiff

February 17th         Northolt, West London

February 24th         Southampton

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterNicky Campbell
DirectorRob Hopkin
ParticipantDiane Abbott

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