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Sunday Mornings With Sally Magnusson is two hours of music and stimulating conversation taking a faith and ethics based view at the world we live in today.

This Sunday, Sally Magnusson's first hour guest is one of the American Episcopal Church's most controversial Bishops, Jack Spong - known for his outspoken views and author of umpteen wildly popular books. The Mother's Union will be holding their 'General Assembly' in Edinburgh this week - Sally will be finding out exactly who they are, and why they're so concerned about a forthcoming review looking at children being forced to grow up too fast. And we tackle what can be a difficult and painful subject for many in this country - looking after a loved one with dementia. Amongst others, we hear from carer Tommy Whitelaw, Professor June Andrews and former soprano singer and current Music in Hospitals performer, Rosanne Brackenridge.

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1 hour, 55 minutes

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Sun 5 Jun 2011 07:05

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