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eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
Most of today's young adults, under 25, entered the job market since the recession started in 2008. They've not had free university education, there's...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
Michael Rosen looks at the effects that children's television has on language development. Michael's own cv in the genre includes having directed 'Playschool...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
Episode 4 of a 4 part series. Giles Fraser brings together four key players to debate the nature of community and what's happening to it in 21st century...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
On New Year's Day restrictions on people coming from Romania and Bulgaria to the UK will be lifted to comply with the European Union's rules on freedom...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
Experts debate the issue of immigration with residents of Birmingham. Ritula Shah is in the chair. As levels of immigration have risen to historically...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
We hear from a group of young, unemployed people after a recent survey by the Prince's Trust showed many young people in the UK feel they have nothing...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
Episode 1 of a 3 part series. Personal relationships have always been central to the way young people define themselves - as child, girlfriend or boyfriend...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
Episode 2 of a 3 part series. Fleeing the nest, escaping the day-to-day oversight of parents and living as a self-sufficient being are traditional indicators...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
There’s a rising tide of anti-immigration sentiment in the British media and a growth in support for anti-immigration political parties. A proposed new...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
Episode 1 of a 4 part series. Community has become one of those warm and fuzzy notions about which it feels impossible to complain. But Giles Fraser thinks...
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