Episode 13

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The Big Questions, Series 2 Episode 13 of 43

Duration: 1 hour

The Big Questions comes from the Oasis Academy, Enfield. Joining Nicky Campbell for live debate are Kelvin MacKenzie, columnist on the Sun; Kulveer Ranger, transport adviser to the Mayor of London; psychologist Anjula Mutanda; and the broadcaster, Gloria Hunniford.

  • This week's big questions are:

    Do some criminals deserve death?
    Is it unethical to have more than 2 children?
    Should we now treat cannabis like heroin?

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Credits

Presenter
Nicky Campbell
Participant
Kelvin MacKenzie
Participant
Kulveer Ranger
Participant
Anjula Mutanda
Participant
Gloria Hunniford

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