Bishop of Portsmouth, Congo, Remembrance

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The Bishop of Portsmouth speaks to William Crawley about the end of shipbuilding in his city.

Trevor Barnes meets key members of the Somali Community in London to discover why young Somali's are at risk of involvement with Al-Shabaab

Angela Robson visits Zoroastrianism exhibition, The everlasting flame.

We mark Remembrance Sunday with two men associated with Biggin Hill and it's role during the 2nd World War - RAF Veteran, Flight Lt Rodney Scrase DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross) and Rev Chris Baker.

Decades of war among ethnic groups and rebel forces in eastern Congo have killed millions and displaced an estimated 1.7 million Congolese, according to the U.N. refugee agency with rape used by armed groups to intimidate and demoralize communities. Kati Whitaker has just returned from DRC and presents the first of two special reports.

Is there anything that can be done to protect the religious and historical sites in the middle of a civil war? William Crawley has been talking to Karin Hendili from UNESCOs World Heritage Cities programme.

Producers: Carmel Lonergan
Rosie Dawson

Guests:
Bishop of Portsmouth, Rt Rev Christopher Foster
Flight Lt Rodney Scrase
Rev Chris Baker
Karin Hendili.

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45 minutes

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Sun 10 Nov 2013 07:10