The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families' medical director in radio debate on childhood imagination
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families' Medical Director, Dr Dickon Bevington, discusses the emotional challenges currently faced by young people in a live BBC Radio 3 programme.
He joins presenter Phillip Dodd, Frank Field MP, and children’s authors Meg Rosoff and Philip Ridley in a debate about childhood as both a ‘golden age’ and a darker, more damaging time that scars us; how much do we really remember about our childhoods, and how do our childhood imaginations live on within us?
The show was broadcast live from a pop-up studio in London’s Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday 19th March at 10pm.
Listen to the programme.