Everyone has experienced an angry child or teen. How regularly does it have to happen for parents to consider it a problem? Do parents need an insight into how anger works? Is there any chance to manage it? There are few people better qualified in the UK than our guest Professor Stephen Scott CBE, Professor of Child Health and Behaviour at The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience Kings College London who talks us through these questions and help us understand anger in children and teens better. We also speak to Ruth Farenga from Mindful pathways in St Albans about possible approaches to dealing with anger.