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Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding

Clare Balding hosts the topical faith show on Remembrance Sunday. Clare's guest this morning is Nicholas J Saunders whose book "The Poppy: A Cultural History from Ancient Egypt to Flanders Fields to Afghanistan" was published in October. Clare's faith guest is forces chaplain the Reverend (Major) Antony Feltham-White. With inspirational music and chat.

Producer: Janet McLarty.

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1 hour, 57 minutes

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Sun 10 Nov 2013 07:00

Nicholas J Saunders

Nicholas J Saunders

Nicholas J Saunders is the world's leading authority on the anthropology and archaeology of the First World War. His exhibition of trench art from the war was for five years a centrepiece of the 'In Flanders Fields' Museum in Ypres, Belgium. The author of more than twenty books, he has appeared in numerous documentaries for the BBC and National Geographic Channel.

The Poppy: A Cultural History from Ancient Egypt to Flanders Fields to Afghanistan by Nicholas J Saunders was published by Oneworld Publications in October. ISBN: 978-1-85168-705-3

 

Rev (Major) Antony Feltham-White

Rev (Major) Antony Feltham-White
The Reverend (Major) Antony Feltham-White is a forces chaplain and will talk about the  importance of Remembrance Sunday.