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Really great anti-bullying video. Teachers, parents, young people watch. https://t.co/4SgvlmJPyV
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Conundrums My Dad Says by new comedy writer Ashley Storrie was recorded at the Digital Design Studios in July. Ben (Jamie Quinn) always wondered if his dad, Rab (Andy Gray) was just a bad parent. But he's recently read a book about Asperger's Syndrome and realised that many of his dad's quirks can be explained by the syndrome. He wants to help his dad, but Rab has other ideas, believing it's his son who needs therapy. Rab decides to challenge his Asperger's by arranging a surprise birthday party for Ben, needless to say, with a few surprising consequences. TX: 1st September 2014, 1330 on BBC Radio Scotland and then available on the BBC Radio Player.