The master's thesis focuses on the formal and informal education in journalism gained by young people before they start creating their own radio shows. The thesis also presents the different types of mentoring offered by the relevant radio stations (if any) and explores how the acquired journalistic knowledge and skill reflect in the shows. In the past, youth radio shows tackled serious issues and themes, for example human trafficking and the political topics of the day. Nowadays, however, the examined shows deal with topics of interest to young people from a particular age group, limiting discussion to problems faced by the younger generation. We did not come across a Slovenian research paper specifically examining a radio show created by young people, the research being limited to radio shows and listeners in general. In other countries, on the other hand, the kind of research undertaken here is very common. Erjavec and Volčič tried to introduce media to young people by adding media-related subjects to the school curricula, while our approach tried to gauge the degree of journalistic knowledge and competences young people already have before starting work at the radio station.