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Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding

Clare Balding hosts a special "Good Morning Sunday" live from Canterbury Cathedral on Easter Day.

Speaking from the Huguenot Chapel in the crypt of the Cathedral, Clare's guests include the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and the Archdeacon of Canterbury, the Venerable Sheila Watson. Theologian and social media expert, Vicky Beeching, will join Clare en route to the Cathedral to explore ideas of pilgrimage.

Clare also helps to launch this year's "BBC Radio 2 Chorister of the Year".

Producer: Janet McLarty.

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1 hour, 57 minutes

Last on

Sun 20 Apr 2014 07:00

The Most Rev'd Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

The Most Rev'd Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
The Most Rev'd Justin Welby is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury. He'll be talking to Clare about his first year in office and about his hopes for the future of the Church of England.  

The Venerable Sheila Watson, Archdeacon of Canterbury

The Venerable Sheila Watson, Archdeacon of Canterbury

The Venerable Sheila Watson was appointed Archdeacon of Canterbury in 2007, the first woman to hold the position. In March 2013 she enthroned Justin Welby as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury. She'll be talking to Clare about Easter at Canterbury Cathedral.

The Choristers of Canterbury Cathedral

The Choristers of Canterbury Cathedral
The Choristers of Canterbury Cathedral sing at services six days a week, continuing a 1400 year old tradition. They're led by the Cathedral's Musical Director, Dr David Flood.

Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year

You can get a taste of what the current Radio 2 Young Choristers have been up to by clicking on this link:

Radio 2 Young Choristers of the Year

Vicky Beeching

Vicky Beeching

Vicky Beeching is a theologian, religious commentator and social media expert. She'll be joining Clare on the outskirts of Canterbury to talk about why Canterbury became an important pilgrimage destination in the Middle Ages.

Vicky Beeching

@vickybeeching