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The Big Questions comes live from Michaelston Community College in Cardiff. Nicky Campbell asks:

Should we tax to fight the flab?
Is faith compatible with reason?
Is the NHS cutting lives short?

Amongst those taking part are body image campaigner Fatima Parker; Dr Nadim Haboubi from the National Obesity Forum of Wales; Julia Manning from 2020health.org; Zoe Harcombe, author of The Obesity Epidemic; food writer Oliver Thring; Will Storr, author of Heretic, Adventures with the Enemies of Science; Robert Griffiths, author of Slaying the Dragon; Christina Biggs from Christians in Science; the past-life regression therapist Andrea Foulkes; Baroness Finlay, a palliative care specialist; Dr Richard Hain, consultant in paediatric palliative medicine; gastroenterologist Dr Philip Howard; oncologist Dr Mark Glaser; Jackie Leotardi.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 10 Feb 2013 10:00

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Should we tax to fight the flab?

Is faith compatible with reason?

Is the NHS cutting lives short?

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Credits

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PresenterNicky Campbell
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