'Anything Goes' visits secondary schools in Limerick to hear young people's views on a range of topics of the day.
In this clip from the programme, six young people discuss what is important to them and what they would like to change about the world. They express their views on a variety of topics including, religion and the protestant-catholic divide; blood sports and the treatment of animals; sex before marriage; NORAID and American involvement in Northern Ireland; Ronald Reagan and American intervention in international affairs; and the media and the exploitation of women.
On the subject of religion one teenager comments
The thing that really annoys me is young people's attitudes towards different religions
This episode of 'Anything Goes' was broadcast on 1 February 1986.
‘Anything Goes’ was a young people’s programme on RTÉ Television. The programme was first broadcast on 4 October 1980 and continued for 6 years.