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with Alastair Campbell and the Reverend Akasha Lonsdale.

2 hours, 57 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 26 February 2012

Each week Aled Jones plays tracks from a broad musical spectrum, celebrating our choral traditions and the vibrant world of modern music alongside spiritually uplifting and reflective music. He also discusses religious and ethical issues of the week with faith representatives.

Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to writer and political strategist, Alastair Campbell. His faith guest is Interfaith minister the Reverend Akasha Lonsdale.

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  • Alastair Campbell

    Alastair Campbell

    Alastair Campbell is a British journalist, broadcaster, political aide and author, best known for his work as Director of Communications and Strategy for Prime Minister Tony Blair between 1997 and 2003.
    His latest book 'The Happy Depressive' is out now.

    Link to Alastair Campbell's website
  • Lindz West

    Lindz West

    Lindz is a singer with the urban Christian band LZ7. His latest collaboration is with Matt Redman. They hope the track called '27 Million' will raise awareness of human trafficking.

    Link to Lindz West's website
  • Rev Akasha Lonsdale

    Rev Akasha Lonsdale

    Over the years Revd Akasha Lonsdale has studied many religious and spiritual traditions and what she discovered is that at the heart of all of them are the foundations for healthy living: love, respect, compassion, integrity, forgiveness, truth, generosity, community and friendship. Her choice to become an Interfaith Minister rather than be aligned with any particular form of organised religion, is that she loves the inclusivity and respect for all faiths and sacred traditions - or none.

    Link to Akasha's website



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