Xandria explores something that many of us deal with daily - Food Allergies.
Another Harlem Hot Seat participant steps up to the plate to answer the hard questions! Today we talk with Kiyah
Tysen explores how the way he is treated at home affects his performance and attitudes in school. He does so by interviewing another Radio Rookie, Danny, about his experiences.
The students at PAL Harlem venture out to Morningside Park to put into words exactly what living in Harlem is like.
The weather is getting colder, but the seat is still hot! This time we talk with Alyssa from Harlem
Amber from MS 118 gets the hard questions in the Hot Seat. Listen as she tries to choose between soup or salad!
Xandria interviewed a PAL Radio Rookies volunteer and Port Richmond High School teacher Vinnie Medugno about what he thinks about the iPhone
Say hello to the presidential candidates of the future! The students at Harlem give their platforms and talk about running mates for their eventual campaigns. They explore how kids view the world differently than adults
Just in time for Halloween - the students at Brownsville discuss all the things that keep them up at night. They also try to answer the question, "Can fear be a good thing?"
We're preparing for the beginning of the NBA Season! "This episode is about how things change when you include basketball in your life." - Brianna and Janae
In another edition of the Hot Seat, we interview Arlette at MS 118
Shiasia, a PAL Student from Staten Island, used the professional recording equipment at Port Richmond High School to interview a high school volunteer about her opinions on the singer The Weeknd - specifically, his hair.
Clips from students' practice interviews where they pretend to be celebrities. Special guests include Tyler Perry, Eminem, Beyonce, and more!!
It's back to school season, and MS 118 students Nicholas and Darrius interview students and teachers to see what the state of their education is in the Bronx.
The return of the Hot Seat! This week, we chat with Mikayla from Brownsville.
Michael, Hasan, and Daniel from Port Richmond Center expressed their opinions on one of their favorite things -- video games -- and debated old gaming systems versus new ones.
The first edition of The Hot Seat! Where rookie reporters are asked the hard hitting questions while on the clock. Featuring Joshua from PAL Harlem
Having just finished her middle school career, MS 118 student Serrenity contemplates what her future holds and reminisces over her favorite memories of PAL.
Youth are not always given the space to explain when they feel misunderstood. Port Richmond Center students participated in a group episode, all answering the question "What do people not understand about me" , and the result was this honest and emotional episode.
By Mikayla. The students at Brownsville Beacon Center explain the music video and dancing app, musical.ly and why they enjoy using it.