Sally on Sunday: Bishop Jack Spong, and Dementia
Peter McManus, senior producer religion and ethics has sent us this blog about Sunday Morning with Sally Magnusson:
There's no shying away from difficult subjects on this week's edition of Sunday Morning with Sally Magnusson. Her guest for the first hour is controversial American Bishop Jack Spong whose radical thinking on the nature of God and religion has meant he's recieved death threats. But for a man whose earliest memory is being rebuked for calling an elderly black man 'sir' in America's deep South his life is one where he's stuck to his guns regardless of what others have thought.
Sally Magnusson with Bishop Jack Spong
In a more hopeful vein she'll also be talking to Roseanne Breckenridge from the charity Music in Hospitals about their work bringing relief and joy to dementia sufferers.