I imagine you'll gather round your radio on Christmas day at 5.30pm to hear the world according to iPM. But if you're fast asleep by this point having eaten too much or slumped in front of the telly, worry not.
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We spoke to one listener, in the programme that is, called Dr Priscilla Noble-Mathews. She got in touch earlier this year after hearing a show we made which discussed the ordination of women priests.
We invited Dr Noble-Mathews to come and talk to us and decided to devote our entire programme to hearing about her extraordinary life.
She was born in 1927, she's been a barrister, joined the War Office in the 1950s and now in her eighties, she works as a locum GP in Sussex. She also volunteers to work alongside the 999 teams at accident scenes.
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