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  We had a live interactive debate on TV
Updated 29 March 2004, 11.41
Our interactive debate on the future of TV
Newsround had a special interactive programme on the future of TV.

We wanted to know what you think of TV and the programmes that are made for you, whether you think digital TV will change things forever and what you would like to see more of on TV.

If you missed the special programme, don't worry. You can watch it now by clicking on the link below:

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The government's also asking all young people to tell them what they think of the BBC as part of a 10-year review of the broadcaster. To tell the government what you think, click on the web link on the right of this page.

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