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Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding

Clare Balding hosts the topical faith show. Her guest is Will Hodgkinson whose book "The House Is Full Of Yogis" was published in June by Harper Collins. It's a witty description of his adolescent experiences when his father discovered the spiritual path of the Brahma Kumaris. Clare's faith guest is the Tibetan Buddhist writer and academic Alison Murdoch. With inspirational music and chat.

Producer: Janet McLarty.

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1 hour, 57 minutes

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Sun 13 Jul 2014 07:00

Will Hodgkinson

Will Hodgkinson

Will Hodgkinson is rock and pop music critic for The Times. His mother, Liz Hodgkinson, is a well-respected journalist for the Daily Mail, and his brother Tom Hodgkinson created The Idler. His father Neville was an award-winning science writer until he discovered the Brahma Kumaris in 1983. He has lived with them in a retreat in Oxfordshire for nearly 20 years. Will's book 'The House Is Full Of Yogis' is a light-hearted account of the trials and tribulations of his own adolescence which coincided with his father's spiritual awakening. 

'The House is Full of Yogis' by Will Hodgkinson was published in June by Harper Collins ISBN 978-0-00-751463-2


Will Hodgkinson

Alison Murdoch

Alison Murdoch

Alison Murdoch is a lay spokesperson for Buddhism in the UK and former Director of the Foundation for the Development of Compassion and Wisdom. 

The Foundation for the Development of Compassion and Wisdom