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Reverend Giles Fraser was born of Jewish heritage before choosing a career in the Christian church leading to his role as Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral. He talks to Ricky Ross about his faith and recent resignation from St Paul's over the handling of the Occupy London protest group.
For many people hitting middle age means having a crisis but why should it? We discuss how to embrace our middle years rather than fear them.
As Belfast's flag dispute continues to cause conflict we get an update on the situation there.
Two weeks into January and for many their New Year's resolutions are falling by the wayside. Is there a way our resolve can be strengthened by faith or thinking about others?
The UK's only disabled Scout group celebrates 80 years of bringing adventure and challenges to boys with disabilities. We join them on a weekend camp.
And as the UK Scout and Girl Guide organisations open consultations with members on whether an alternative version of the oath to God should be created to include non-believers, we consider the relevance of the Promise today.

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1 hour, 55 minutes

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Sun 13 Jan 2013 07:05

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