Episode 21

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The Big Questions, Series 2 Episode 21 of 43

Duration: 1 hour

Nicky Campbell presents the show from Grace Academy in Solihull. Joining in the topical debates are poet Benjamin Zephaniah; Jonathan Bartley, the co-director of the religious think-tank Ekklesia; and the novelist Louise Bagshawe.

  • This week's big questions are:

    Does the BNP have the right to be heard?
    Should the NHS discriminate against the very old?
    Should The Monarchy end with our present Queen.

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Nicky Campbell
Benjamin Zephaniah
Jonathan Bartley
Louise Bagshawe


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