We hear from a young campaigner on why she wants an elephant released from a zoo in the USA and we have a report from Cameroon where rainforests are disappearing, which is harming both humans and animals. Plus, we speak to the stars of Home Sweet Home Alone.
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We have a report from a young activist in Canada where climate change is happening right now, and we meet two boys who have come together to make a music video celebrating their differences. Plus, we speak to the stars of A Boy Called Christmas on the red carpet.
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Young DofE participants and Award holders from across the UK will today help launch a new fund in memory of the charity’s founder, The Duke of Edinburgh. The Living Legacy Fund will give a million more young people the life changing opportunity to achieve a DofE Award over the next five years, building the self-belief, confidence and skills to feel ready to overcome anything life throws their way.
3. And don’t forget to enter the BAFTA Young Presenter 2021 competition – this year’s winners will report for BAFTA throughout the year, as well as do a special report for FYI. Click here for more info!
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