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BBCSundayMorningLive
- hosted by and lively chat and audience reaction on the week's big talking points and roving reports from around the UK.
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BBCSundayMorningLive 9h
On tomorrow’s show we meet extraordinary 90 year old Eli Abt. When he was just ten, he was forced to flee Nazi Germany and was brought to England. Now he’s going to attempt a skydive to raise money for a Jewish charity.
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BBCSundayMorningLive 10h
Rapper Kojey Radical explains why he feels it’s possible to believe in God, but not in religion. Do you agree with him? Or is it impossible to have one without the other?
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BBCSundayMorningLive 21h
School protests over a skirt ban and controversy over a BBC video claiming there could be more than 100 gender identities. So how should we be talking to kids about gender identity? Let us know your thoughts.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Sep 1
The mum who launched a scheme to hand out free school uniforms after she fell on hard times herself speaks to Sunday Morning Live.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 31
Sean means England Intentional cricket star Monty Panesar. Sunday at 1030 am on BBC One. Let us know what you think of Monty!
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 30
Church of England leaders have been raising concerns about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit. It’s angered some who say religious leaders should stay away from politics. We’ll be discussing whether faith and politics should ever mix and we want to know your thoughts.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 25
Sophia Smith-Galer visits the opera company tackling homelessness.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 25
Musician Fantastic Negrito talks about his journey from street kid to Grammy Award winner, plus avoiding labels.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 25
We’re on air at 10.30am and we want to know your views on the stories we’re covering. We’ll be discussing veganism and Muslim hip hop and meeting musician Fantastic Negrito. Plus we’ll be finding out how faith and baking go together! Get in touch!
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 24
Estimates suggest that a quarter of us will be on meat-free diets by 2025. Campaigners say more of us should turn to veganism to protect animals and help the environment . But is too much pressure being put on people to give up food they enjoy? Or is it the right thing to do?
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 19
Disco diva Gloria Gaynor on finding her faith.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 19
Lucy Siegle pays a visit to what claims to be the world's most ethical pub.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 18
Let us know what you thought of Ria's one-to-one with the Queen of disco Gloria Gaynor!
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 17
Should the children of British ISIS fighters be brought back to the UK? The Government reportedly says no, as it is too risky to rescue them from war-torn areas like Syria. Do we have an ethical duty to take them out of dangerous places? Let us know what you think.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 17
This week saw the first TV ads to fall foul of new rules around gender stereotypes, so this Sunday we’ll be asking if such depictions are harmful, or are we too sensitive to the way men and women are portrayed? Let us know what you think. Sunday, 10.30 am on BBC One.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 11
Actor Tamer Hassan talks to Sunday Morning Live about why he loves playing the tough guy
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 11
On Sunday Morning Live, we visited the cathedral that has a golf course inside.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 10
Coming up today, we'll debate if violent computer games should be banned? Also, as the Premier League season kicks off, is it time to show betting companies the red card? And actor Tamer Hassan talks to us about why he loves playing the tough guy. All that plus more at 10:30am
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 10
This Sunday, we are asking are video games responsible for violent acts or are they just the latest moral panic? We want to hear your thoughts. We might read your comments out on the programme. Tune in 10:30am, BBC1, Sunday.
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BBCSundayMorningLive Aug 3
With the failure of this week's High Court challenge to the Government’s so-called ‘Snooper’s Charter’, which critics say could allow the mass surveillance of electronic devices, we’ll be asking: ‘Is our privacy at risk?’ Let us know your thoughts. Sunday, 10.30–11.30am, BBC One.
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