As the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic continues we revisit Millie, Haleem, Sophie, Deen and Ollie to reflect on their personal circumstances and how the unprecedented year will uniquely shape the ...Show More
Summer’s story is about having a parent in prison.
Summer felt like her life was pretty normal, until one day following a knock on the door by police, her Dad was sent to prison. Having been particu...Show More
Glory’s story is about seeking asylum in a country she has lived in over half her life.
As an asylum seeker, Glory thought that her life had taken a turn for the better when she and her family arrive...Show More
Bella’s story is about caring for a parent with a mental illness.
Bella’s mum has suffered from mental health issues for most of Bella’s life, and in recent years diagnosed as bipolar - a condition w...Show More
Trinity’s story is about how a year she thought she had all mapped out and had been preparing for since starting secondary school was dramatically changed by the Coronavirus pandemic, and how she has ...Show More
Saskia’s story is about sexual harassment, something she has experienced since she was 11 years old.
Sexual harassment is unwanted behaviour of a sexual nature and it can happen to men, women and peo...Show More
HEAR ME is a BBC Young Reporter podcast, which explores what identity means for young people growing up in the UK today.
Ollie’s story is about being Roma – a culture filled with a rich tradition and...Show More
Millie explores her own identity and speaks to Rhys and Fran about their experiences of being disabled young people to mark the 25th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Millie was born...Show More
Over the course of lockdown Millie, Haleem, Sophie, Deen and Ollie have been reflecting over their personal circumstances and where they fit in this pandemic and how this year will shape them in the y...Show More
HEAR ME is a BBC Young Reporter's podcast, which explores what identity means for young people growing up Britain today.
Phoebe’s story is about how the place doesn’t make home, but the people do.