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27/06/2010

Duration:
3 hours, 5 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 27 June 2010

Each week Aled Jones plays tracks from a broad musical spectrum, that celebrates both our choral traditions and the vibrant world of modern music as well as spiritually uplifting and reflective music. He also discusses religious and ethical issues of the week with faith representatives.
Aled says Good Morning Sunday to ex-wife of Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, Mandy Smith and talks to her about the difference her Catholic faith has made to her life. Mandy is joined live in the studio by former Salvation Army Major Chick Yuill who will provide this weeks Moment of Reflection.

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  • Chick Yuill

    Chick Yuill

    Chick Yuill has spent over thirty five years in full-time christian ministry. Most of this time has been devoted to leading and pastoring local congregations, both in the UK and the USA. He is a passionate communicator and has frequently appeared on national radio and TV, speaking on issues of faith and morality.

    Link to Chick Yuill's Website
  • Mandy Smith

    Mandy Smith

    Mandy Smith was just 13 years of age she began dating Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones – a man 34 years her senior who she went on to marry but the marriage didn’t last long. Today her life is a far cry from the showbiz scene that she inhabited in her wilder days - four years ago Mandy found faith and is now devoting a great part of her life to mentoring teenagers recognising that, underneath the bravado – many of them are vulnerable - and she is now calling for the age of consent to be raised from 16 years of age to 18.

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