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The NGY Show

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The NGY Show, Thursday, 7PM-9PM

The LYR Takeover

On the 15 of September, 7-9pm, The Next Gen Youth (NGY) & Liverpool Young Runaway’s (LYR) bring you a very special takeover show. Talking about the issues around young people going missing or running away. Including a Radio Drama called TARGET, interviews from Merseyside Police, BBC Merseyside Radio Presenter and MC’s KayRico. Also on the show they talk to Kat and Nick from Brook

Big THANK YOU to the Railway Children for funding the project and thanks to Liverpool Young Runaway’s and Action for Children.

You can talk to Liverpool Yound Runaways on 0151 226 6577, The Runaways Helpline on 116000, Visit the Runaway website at www.runawayhelpline.org.uk, call Childline on 0800 11 11, or the Police on 999.

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The NGY Show is aiming to make the public aware of child exploitation in Manchester

The NGY (Next Gen Youths) Show is based around CSE, which is child sexual exploitation and each week we discuss and target a small section of CSE as it’s a big issue within our youth today so we make it a key factor on our youth show. Make sure that you listen in and engage with the show to bring child exploitation in Manchester to a stop. We are actively promoting the NGY show with our partners around Manchester to make our city a safer place for all children.

Tune in to the NGY show each and every Thursday from 7pm to hear, the latest Hip Hop, RNB, and House music, along with gaming, album, fashion and single reviews.


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The NGY (Next Gen Youths), are here each and every Thursday bringing you a jam packed show including, the regular Gaming, Album, and single reviews, along with the crews weekly Talktime feature. Each week, the NGY Talktime raises awareness of healthy and unhealthy relationships and explores the issues and problems connected to Child Sexual Exploitation in Manchester, to help listeners make better informed decisions.

Our partners helping us to reduce child exploitation in Manchester

We work with a number of local organisations to bring a stop to child exploitation not only in Manchester but the whole of the North West. We are currently working with; Tony Lloyd – Police & Crime Commissioner, The Children’s Society, Factory – Youth Zone, Bernardo’s, NSPCC, Survivors Manchester and GM CASE – Greater Manchester campaign against sexual exploitation.

What our partners have to say

Check our what It’s Not Okay has to say about our NGY Show and how we are helping to make Manchester a saver city for our Children.

“When Ann Coffey MP was preparing her report “real voices” on child exploitation in Manchester, young people told her that they would like a radio programme designed to represent their voices. Unity radio was chosen as the vehicle for this show due to their history of youth engagement. NGY (Next Generation Youth) was born and now broadcasts weekly on a Thursday from 7 – 9pm. It is a programme for young people produced and presented by young people. It conveys trusted messages about risks but also about healthy and consensual relationships. NGY is supported by the office of the Police and Crime Commissioners and many of the children and young people’s charities working in Great Manchester.” – Sue Cuffe National CSE Implementation Manager, Bernardo’s

Stay loct every Thursday from 7-9pm for more amazing NGY content on brilliant features such as the gaming review and big tracks but also discussing and making you aware of Grooming, Peer on Peer and CSE, child sexual exploitation. Stay loct and stay tuned to 92.8FM.

Please send us a tweet @thengyshow and run go tell a friend!

Join the discussion follow us @thengyshow #NGY #TALKTIME #healthyrelationships

Check out the NGY show-reel here and listen back to any of our shows below…


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