Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding
Clare Balding hosts the topical faith show. Her guests this morning are Debbie and Joni Sledge of the 1970s disco group Sister Sledge, best known for their hits We Are Family and He's the Greatest Dancer, produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of Chic. They tell Clare about the influence of faith on their upbringing, how they dealt with fame in their early 20s, and how religion has influenced their career choices. There's live music from Welsh singer-songwriter Al Lewis. Clare's faith guest is Canon Chris Chivers of John Keble Church in Mill Hill, who got to know Nelson Mandela in the 1990s when he served at the Anglican Cathedral in Cape Town.
Clare's guests this morning are Joni and Debbie Sledge of 1970s disco group Sister Sledge best known for their hits "We Are Family" and "He's The Greatest Dancer".
Al Lewis is a Welsh singer-songwriter who often sings in the Welsh language. He'll be performing his Christmas single "A Child's Christmas in Wales" which is based on a story by the poet Dylan Thomas whose centenary will be celebrated in 2014.
Canon Chris Chivers
Canon Chris Chivers is vicar of John Keble Church in north London.