Over the years, staff, volunteers and young people from 4YP have spoken on the radio about the many different activities, groups, events and fundraisers that we've been involved with, as well as highlighting some of the issues we support.
Here, you listen back to some of them.
Our thanks go to all the volunteers, young people, presenters, and radio stations that have taken part.
You can also see the newspaper articles mentioning 4YP we have colelcted by visiting our Press page.
Chief Executive Tibbs Pinter talks to Stephen Foster on Suffolk Day about the opportunities for local people and businesses to get involved and make a difference with local charities.
Following a recent stabbing, 4YP's Business and Marketing Coordinator tells Stephen Foster about the opportunities young people have to access a safe environment and be heard when they might be feeling confused and scared.
Police & Crime Commissioner and Superintendent Kerry Cutler from Suffolk Police joined Mark Murphey on BBC Radio Suffolk to talk about the danger of knife crime in the county. 4YP was rightly mentioned as a safe place where young people can get help for any issues they may be dealing with.
4YP Young People's Worker, Wayne visited Westbourne Academy for an interview on the school's own radio station. Here, he spoke of the vast range of 4YP's services, including counselling, Ask the 4YP Expert, and sexual health clinic. As well as online - and the link being Tweeted! - this will be played numerous times throughout the school during break times.
BBC Radio Suffolk, 09 September 2016 (Link unavailable)
Young people at 4YP were interviewed ahead of The Royal Ballet Company's performance at the Regent Theatre. They were invited to experience something they never had chance to before, thanks to an event organised by Suffolk Community Foundation to fundraise for their Arts & Culture fund.
4YP Young People's Workers, Scarlett and Wayne appeared on the Ipswich Community Radio breakfast show to talk about the services of and need for 4YP, the young people we support, and to promote the 4YP Open Day.
4YP Patron, Nicky Hunt, was on the Mark Murphy show speaking of her sadly unsuccessful bid to qualify for the Archery GB team at Rio Olympics, and what the future may hold for her career.
In October, BBC Radio Suffolk visited 4YP to record interviews with:
Etholle George from BBC Radio Suffolk visited 4YP for a tour with our Chief Executive Dawn and Operational manager Cherry Finch, and reflects our visitors' positive first impressions of the charity.
Young People's Worker Scarlett and Chief Executive Dawn speak about the work we do to support Suffolk's young people. Young people give some wonderful, positive accounts of the impact 4YP has had upon their lives.