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2 hours, 57 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 09 September 2012

Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to PR guru Max Clifford and finds out how he has coped with the tougher moments in his life. We also find out why helping children is so important to him. Our faith guest Ruth Scott will also bring our Moment of Reflection.

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  • Max Clifford

    Max Clifford

    Max Clifford has been in the PR business for over 40 years. He talks to Aled about his humble beginnings in South Wimbledon, what inspires him and how he copes with the tougher moments in life.

    Link to Max's Website
  • Zemmy


    Singer/Songwriter Zemmy joins Aled live in the studio to talk about faith and sings a couple of tracks.

    Link to Zemmy's website
  • Revd Ruth Scott

    Revd Ruth Scott

    Ruth trained as a nurse and midwife, and worked as a counsellor before being ordained priest in the Church of England in 1994, one of the first women to do so. She has a first class honours degree in theology and a masters, but is also trained in mime and physical theatre. Over recent years she has become increasingly involved in interfaith dialogue, as well as regular broadcasting work with the BBC.
    She also brings our Moment of Reflection.

  • Our Virtual Candle is lit for ......

    Our Virtual Candle is lit for ......

    Albert Harris; Doreen Whittaker; Keith Stephenson; Jane and Susan Everitt; Eveline Powell; Gerry Ellender; Eric Soloman; George Bradwell; Bronwen Brookes; Gran Johnson; Mike Fixter in memory of Janice; Gwen Jones; Pam Brunero; Doreen; Rachel Turner; Cara; Lillian Antico; Jean Riddell; Ann; Tim Dowling; Ann; Terry; Reggie; Kirsty; Bill & Joan Thomas; Thomas; The Reverend Verna Veritie; Pam Peacock; Peg; Wendy; Willem Brant;



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    Clare Balding's Sunday Best

    Clare Balding talks to guests about their life and beliefs exploring, through conversation, matters…

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