Suicide Survivors with Professor Green
19 year old 'Emma' tried to kill herself after she was sexually assaulted as a child. Rapper Professor Green is still coming to terms with his dad's suicide 6 years ago. Radio 1's Stories brings the pair together to share their experiences.
Pro Green also asks why suicide is the biggest killer of under-35s. Hearing from schools, experts and other survivors, he'll try to find out what can be done to stop young people killing themselves.
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