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Episode 3

Episode 3 of 20

Naga Munchetty and a panel of guests discuss the moral and ethical issues of the day. Lord Grade explains why he's launching a watchdog to crack down on charities using high pressure sales techniques.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 10 Jul 2016 10:00

On this week's programme...

Lord Grade talks about his life and career – and why he’s launching a watchdog to crack down on charities using high pressure sales techniques.

Also in the programme, after the shooting of police officers in Dallas and the increasing tension between law enforcement officers and black citizens, we ask: Is America Failing Its Black Community?


Tony Blair believes that the world is “better and safer” because of the invasion of Iraq. Did the removal of Saddam Hussein create a breeding ground for terrorism or was it an inevitable result of religious factionalism? Is Extremism caused by Religion or Politics?


The countdown to the Olympics is underway and it’s been revealed that two British athletes could make history by becoming the first ever male to female transgender competitors to take part. Is this a triumph for equality or giving some competitors an advantage. Are transgender athletes playing fair?


In the week that Muslims around the world celebrated Eid, Muslim artist Saif Adam performs in the studio.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Naga Munchetty
Editor Dave Stanford
Producer Neil Dimmock
Assistant Producer Stephen McVey
Interviewed Guest Michael Grade

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