“Siri, on average how often do people use their iPhones?” Siri can’t answer this question but I can. As reported recently by The Daily Mail, we check our mobile phones 110 times a day. What’s more, Ofcom have reported that half of Britain’s teenagers today own an iPhone and 60% of them would consider themselves […]
You might have heard about what is happening in the Ukraine, but have you really heard about what is happening in the Ukraine. Watch this video. Share this video.
Success. And what it takes to make it. The ‘I’m Inspired’ project sees Exposure talk to people who have been there and done it. We spent some time with Simon Williams. He runs Fierce Panda, an independent record label which has released tracks by Ash, Supergrass, Coldplay, Keane, Placebo and The Polyphonic Spree. He talks […]
But when the country, into which I had just set my foot, was set on fire about my ears, it was time to stir. It was time for every man to stir – Thomas Paine
This yearly event is named after the famous St Valentine. In 270 AD, in Ancient Rome, Emperor Claudius II had banned marriage because he thought married men were bad soldiers. Valentine felt this was unfair, so he broke the rules and arranged marriages in secret. When Claudius found out, Valentine was thrown in prison and […]
I spent years feeling unhappy and self-conscious about my body. I tried losing weight thinking that would make me feel better, I used pills to lose weight but the insecurity never left me. I still felt reluctant to take my top off on the beach because I didn’t have rock hard pecs and perfect abs […]
When you turn 16 you can join the armed forces, play the Lottery, work full time and have sex. Society sees us as ‘responsible adults’, yet we are apparently not mature enough to vote. During a review in 2004 the Electoral Commission, which makes decisions on voting policy, decided the voting age should remain at […]
If you are a girl you’ve probably received a message in your Facebook inbox that starts with “So it’s that time of year again when we try to raise awareness for breast cancer through a game…” The aim is to post a status where your birth month corresponds to a place, and your birth date […]
Stanley Barrell-Kane updates us on what happened in parliament this week
Raphael Sanis explores how social synchrony impacts our thoughts and actions in everyday life
Nikki Siow shares the concern about the number of young people calling Childline
Biborka Patai researches how young people feel about Brexit
Joe Marshall on a hellishly good piece of theatre
Jonathan Bugembe researches a new initiative that aims to 'give more power to youths...
Exposure celebrates the great work being created by young women in Barnet
Zarina Macha discusses how young people are being turned into robots