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Generation Next

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-21 08:00:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultues. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 23:00:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultures. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 16:06:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 16:00:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 12:06:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 12:00:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2009-03-14 10:00:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2008-04-05 11:00:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultues. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-29 09:00:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultues. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-23 00:30:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultures. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 20:30:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultures. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 20:06:00
Understanding the Teenage Brain: Teenagers discuss the significance of changes that occur in the brain during puberty and how they might help to explain their behaviour.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 19:00:00
2/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies and cultures around the world. Robin Lustig investigates sexual activity among teenagers.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 16:30:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultures. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 16:20:00
Digital Planet: Leading figures in the technology industry come together with teenagers to discuss ways in which young people influence technological innovation.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 14:06:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 14:00:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 12:30:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultures. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 11:30:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 11:20:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 09:00:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2007-03-22 08:50:00
5/5. Robin Lustig concludes the series exploring the experiences of teenagers in different societies with an assessment of the relevance of citizenship to the young.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-10 03:30:00
Understanding the Teenage Brain: Teenagers discuss the significance of changes that occur in the brain during puberty and how they might help to explain their behaviour.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-09 10:30:00
Understanding the Teenage Brain: Teenagers discuss the significance of changes that occur in the brain during puberty and how they might help to explain their behaviour.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-09 00:30:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-09 00:06:00
1/5. Robin Lustig explores the experiences of young people in different cultues. He looks at the legal, social and cultural frameworks which distinguish children from adults.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 20:30:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 20:06:00
5/5. Robin Lustig concludes the series exploring the experiences of teenagers in different societies with an assessment of the relevance of citizenship to the young.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 16:30:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 12:30:00
Health Check. How Long Will I Live?: Health Check asks how the next generation feels about potentially spending a third of their lives in 'old age'.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 12:06:00
5/5. Robin Lustig concludes the series exploring the experiences of teenagers in different societies with an assessment of the relevance of citizenship to the young.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 09:06:00
5/5. Robin Lustig concludes the series exploring the experiences of teenagers in different societies with an assessment of the relevance of citizenship to the young.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 00:30:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-08 00:06:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 20:30:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 20:06:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 16:30:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 12:30:00
One Planet: Teenagers are challenged to imagine what a world of nine billion people would be like to live in and asked to develop solutions to deal with population growth.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 12:06:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 09:06:00
4/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies. Robin Lustig focuses on the attitude of teenagers towards work and responsibility.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 00:30:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-07 00:06:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 20:30:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 20:06:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 16:30:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 12:30:00
Science in Action: Sue Broom hears what young people think about science at a school in Buckinghamshire. Richard Hollingham does the same at a school in Malaysia.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 12:06:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 09:06:00
3/5. Robin Lustig finds out why criminality among teenagers begins at the age of 13, peaks at 17 and disappears almost completely in early adulthood.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 00:30:00
Digital Planet: Leading figures in the technology industry come together with teenagers to discuss ways in which young people influence technological innovation.

> Generation Next on BBC World Service at 2006-12-06 00:06:00
2/5. Series exploring the experiences of young people in different societies and cultures around the world. Robin Lustig investigates sexual activity among teenagers.

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