A group of city kids want to start a radio station. They have known each other a long time and have shared their plans and thoughts for years. And finally they do it - setting up in a fortuitously empty flat, they soon find themselves not only having to deal with the complications of running a pirate radio station but also fending off the attentions of competing broadcasters! And all this alongside their relationships, jealousies and desires to be independent. This brilliant novel, written in the form of a screenplay, is urgent, contemporary and a well created teenage world - but with perhaps a tiny bit more excitement!
This is Book 228 in the Cambridge Reading Routes Series. See all Cambridge Reading Routes books here.
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Graham Marks is an author and journalist and lives in London. This is his first book for Bloomsbury and is inspired by watching the interests and activities of his own teenage children.More about Graham Marks