|01||01||Jo's Story||20020429||Felicity Finch talks to Jo, who was taken into care at the age of 12.|
Her education suffered, and she now works to prevent others in care from missing out.
|01||02||Ash's Story||20020430||Felicity Finch talks to a talented young Asian footballer whose dream of making it professionally foundered on a combination of lack of encouragement and racism.|
|01||03||Mhairi-ann's Story||20020501||Felicity Finch talks to Mhairi-Ann, who was forced to move from her community due to the homophobic prejudice of some of the locals.|
|01||04||Mustajab's Stroy||20020502||Felicity Finch talks to Mustajab, who fled the horrors of Taleban brutality in Afghanistan.|
He now tries to help other young refugees and asylum seekers.
|01||05 LAST||Becky's Story||20020503||Felicity Finch talks to Becky, whose determination that young people have a voice in the Welsh Assembly has forced the politicians to take notice.|