Seventeen-year-old Morgan Hooper has always found it difficult to talk to people or read out loud because of his stammer.
But his life has been changed ever since he attended a course to helped control it.
One of his goals was to do a live radio interview, so he wrote to BBC Radio 5 Live to ask if he could be a guest.
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