Episode 12

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The Big Questions, Series 2 Episode 12 of 43

Duration: 1 hour

Nicky Campbell presents from the Samworth Enterprise Academy in Leicester.

Contributing their views are the radio talk show host James O'Brien; Baroness Verma, businesswoman and Tory spokesperson in the House of Lords for Education, Skills and Health; Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet, from Mill Hill Synagogue; and the young Scottish tenor Nicky Spence.

  • This week's big questions are:

    Should we tax unhealthy foods?

    Should real crimes be used as entertainment?

    Is religion a good reason not to obey the law?

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Nicky Campbell
James O'Brien
Baroness Veema
Zareen Roohi Ahmed
Visual Editor
Jill Robinson


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