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Live from Peterborough, the three debates are: is it ever right to celebrate someone's death?; Are drones an unethical advance in warfare?; Is opposition to gypsies racist?

Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions live from Jack Hunt School in Peterborough.

The three debates are:
Is it ever right to celebrate someone's death?
Are drones an unethical advance in warfare?
Is opposition to gypsies racist?

Amongst those taking part are poet Benjamin Zephaniah, editor of Country Life Clive Aslett, former RAF commander Andrew Brookes, Reprieve lawyer Jennifer Gibson, Canon Alan Billings and co-chair of the Gypsy Council Joseph Jones.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 14 Apr 2013 10:15

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Is it ever right to celebrate someone's death?

Are drones an unethical step in warfare?

And, is opposition to gypsies racist?

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