Are young people as ‘dangerous’ with their money as people say we are?
“Money is a key component in life. You need money or you ain’t breathing, it’s like oxygen.”
Your 6 Nations predictions and what you think the future of the tournament looks like:
“I think Ireland will do the business and beat England in Dublin.”
Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram have changed the way we live our lives, we can be reached at any time, wherever we are. Is this a good thing though and have we become addicted to social media?
Our journalists asked how hard it is to get work where they live and asked has the recession stopped us from aiming high?
“If someone won’t give me a job then how am I meant to get the experience?”
We asked what people think about Sepp Blatter and whether someone else be running football?
“The organisation is corrupt from top to bottom.”
This week we brought you:
1) Politicians on Twitter…
2) Is reality TV dead?
3) Podium presents…Social Hysteria
Imogen Eason spoke to fifteen-year-olds Robbie and Eve-Marie from Social Hysteria, the musical foursome from Manchester who got together in a GCSE music class at school.
“Having two singers changes the sound so you don’t always sound exactly the same”
Are MPs on Twitter uniting us to engage in politics, do we care at all or are we all just laughing AT them?
“I hate politics but I realised I needed to learn more about it”
How many more singing competitions, episodes of The Kardashians and series of Big Brother can we sit through? Is reality TV dying out?
“If you want reality then you need to watch a documentary.”
Sit back and listen to what’s been broadcast this week on Podium.me:
- The #ThisGirlCan debate…
- Born in the wrong body
- Nomikai – the drinking phenomenon