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Good Morning Sunday with Hardeep Singh Kohli

1 hour, 57 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 24 February 2013

Hardeep Singh Kohli sits in for Clare Balding and hosts Clare Balding hosts the weekly faith show and talks to the American Country and Western Jenn Bostic, who will also be performing live. Her faith guest is Rabbi Dr Naftali Brawer, who will also bring the Moment of Reflection. Plus topical conversation and inspiring music.

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  • Jenn Bostic

    Jenn Bostic

    American Country and Western singer, Jenn Bostic, will be talking to Hardeep about her faith, and will perform two songs live. Jenn has just started her UK tour. Her song ‘Jealous of the Angels’ has proved extremely popular, and it reached number one in the UK singer-songwriter charts last year. The song expresses Jenn’s feelings of loss after the tragic death of her father when she was ten years old, and has offered comfort and hope to millions of people who have lost loved ones.

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  • Rabbi Naftali Brawer

    Rabbi Naftali Brawer

    Rabbi Brawer will talk to Hardeep about Purim, and will bring his son Yakir to talk about Purim from a child's perspective. Rabbi Brawer was appointed Rabbi of Borehamwood and Elstree Synagogue in 2007, and is a regular columnist for the Jewish Chronicle. He serves on the Chief Rabbi’s cabinet, with responsibility for Jewish-Muslim relations and advises a number of organisations, including an international Jewish Human Rights organisation and an international Jewish-Muslim dialogue organisation for teenagers. He’s married to Dina and they have four sons.

  • Jean Hackett - Women's World Day of Prayer

    Jean Hackett is the current National President for Women’s World Day of Prayer for the UK, and until last June she represented Europe on the International Committee. Women’s World Day of Prayer is always held on the first Friday in March. A service with a theme is created in a different country each year. This service is then celebrated across the world. The theme this year is 'I was a stranger and you welcomed me', and encourages women across the world to learn about asylum seekers and refugees in their country.



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