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The World According to Kids

This new six-part series lets kids between six and 11 have their say on the issues affecting them.
(Image credit: BBC/Charlie Slade)

This new six-part series lets kids between six and 11 have their say on the issues affecting them

This new six-part series lets kids between six and 11 have their say on the issues affecting them.

Seventy children are involved, and tonight a debating club at a Bradford Primary School, a Gloucester drama club and a pony club in Berkshire give their thoughts on love and hate.

Abigail, who’s eight, is struggling to come to terms with her parents getting married.

Best friends Balint and Patrick are celebrating friendship, while eight-year-old Edmund just can't understand why he has to love his sister!

The most touching, however, is 10-year-old Daniel, who misses his dad while he’s away with the army.

'It feels like part of you is burnt and when you see him it's like it's healed you.'