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Child marriage in the USA, Iona, Contemporary stained glass

William Crawley speaks to Guli Francis-Dehqani, who fled Iran at the age of 14 with her family, who has been named the first Bishop of Loughborough.

In the first of a three part series, Trevor Barnes explores the history, art and religion behind some of the stained glass windows in the cathedrals and churches of the UK.

William Crawley speaks to Guli Francis-Dehqani, who fled Iran at the age of 14 with her family she has been named the first Bishop of Loughborough.

The Court of Appeal is considering whether gender segregation in a state-funded Islamic school in Birmingham amounts to unlawful discrimination against girls Amina Lone and Shelina Janmohammed discuss the issues.

A recent survey of 2000 young people reports that one in five of those questioned said that they self-identified as followers of Jesus. Jimmy Dale is the Church of England's National Youth Evangelism Officer and explains how they are trying to encourage this age group to attend church.

Seven Hindu pilgrims have died in a firefight between militants and police in Kashmir during a highly sensitive religious procession. Rahul Tandon reports on the tension in the area.

Archaeologists say they have identified the remains of the cell of St Columba on the Scottish island of Iona, we hear about the significance of the finding for historians and Christian's visiting the island today.

More than 200,000 children were married in the US over the past 15 years, new figures from the campaigning charity Unchained at Last have revealed. Sunday hears from the founder Fraidy Reiss about who the victims of child marriage in the United States are and the legal loopholes that allow it to happen.

Photo Credit:
James O. Davies & Rebecca Lane

Producers:
Carmel Lonergan
Peter Everett

Editor
Christine Morgan.

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