According to the latest report from the Glasgow Centre For Population Health, the chances of a 15 year old boy from Shettleston living until retirement age is currently 50 per cent.

Glasgow rapper LOKI speaks to people who live and work in this part of Glasgow's East End, an area which has often been represented in the past as a place of deprivation and poverty.

What he finds there is both surprising and thought provoking.


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Many older inhabitants in Shettleston have expressed anxiety about the younger generation in the area.
Glasgow rapper LOKI meets some of that younger generation as they reveal how they feel about their lives, their futures and how their area is represented in the media.

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