The project aims to teach young people about broadcast media, and reach out to child patients.
A radio station in South Africa is tuning in to children's voices.
Run by and catering for young people, R-X Radio operates out of a children's hospital in Cape Town.
It aims to teach young people about broadcast media, and reach out to child patients.
"The children are at the centre of everything; they are the ones coming up with the script; they are the ones writing the news; show ideas; questions for guests they give suggestions," says Chris Booth, a producer at the radio station.
"It's all about them and hearing their voices and it is centred around them," Booth says.
Crystal Orderson reports from Cape Town.