Chris Eccleston Stands Up To Bullying
Bullying is endemic across the UK and across society, according to anti-bullying charity The Diana Award.
According to their figures, 81 percent said bullying was commonplace at school and nearly 60 percent thought it was a frequent occurence at work.
We set up a social experiment with three child actors, two playing bullies and one playing the victim. Over the course of an afternoon of filming we watched to see if anyone would step in to help the young person being teased.
Meanwhile, Dr Who star Christopher Eccleston joins us to tell us about his involvement with anti-bullying campaign Stand Up To Bullying, as he vividly remembers being bullied himself when he was at school.