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The Easter story is one we take many important lessons from - having hope in dark times, renewal, and redemption. But how do we relate such difficult themes to children? Episcopal Minister Philip Blackledge, and Stephen McKinney, Leader of Creativity, Culture and Faith at the University of Glasgow's School of Education, explore how to share the Easter story with children.

And Lisa catches up with Gemma Steele, Young Scot Unsung Hero Award winner, about going from high school in South Uist to setting up an orphanage in Kenya.

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Sun 20 Apr 2014 08:35

Young Scot Unsung Hero Award Winner

Young Scot Unsung Hero Award Winner
The Young Scot Unsung Hero Award winner Gemma Steele, who after leaving high school in South Uist, helped set up an orphanage in Kenya.

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