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Posts tagged ‘Sunday sequence’

HMD: Radio Ulster

this morning (sunday 26th), 8.41-9.00am and 9.04-9.30am, on bbc radio ulster 

sunday sequence (presented by elaine mcgee) leads with …

Elaine McGee and guests reflect on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the Holocaust and learning lessons from history.”

including contributions from …

• survivor tomi reichental, b. 1935, merasice, slovakia

• dr katy radford, institute for conflict research

• rabbi jonathan romain 

• author and broadcaster mihir bose 

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BBC Ulster bias

BBC Ireland presents a completely one-sided discussion on the violence in Gaza and the Israel/Palestine peace process, even somehow including the 1996 war in Lebanon, unemployment in Iran, and boycotting the Eurovision song contest.
Tom Clonan, at 9.21am, accuses Israel’s actions in Lebabon of leading to 9/11 and the war in Aghanistan

this morning (sunday 20th), 9.04-9.59am, on bbc radio ulster and bbc radio foyle
sunday sequence (presented by roisin mcauley) leads with …

“After a week of horror in Gaza, is the roadmap to peace now in complete ruins?
• Dr Julie Norman, • Rev Gary Mason and • Tom Clonan discuss how peace could somehow yet be found.”

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SS: Tattooist of Auschwitz

this morning (sunday 28th), 9.35-9.48am, on bbc radio scotland
sunday sequence (presented by audrey carvell) includes …

The tattooist of Auschwitz, Lale Sokolov”

including interview with …
heather morris, author of the tattooist of auschwitz
(see also http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-42568390)
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SS: Jerusalem syndrome

this morning (sunday 28th), 8.31-8.39am, on bbc radio scotland
sunday sequence (presented by audrey carvell) includes …

Jerusalem syndrome

including interview with …
• dr paul bailey
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Jewish Belfast

this morning (sunday 2nd), 8.31-8.41am, on bbc radio ulster
sunday sequence (presented by audrey carville) leads with …

“At the end of August, 13 Jewish graves in Belfast City Cemetery were vandalised. It wasn’t the first such attack. And, combined with graffiti and nasty emails, the Jewish community, who have a long history here, is feeling under threat.
Rabbi David Singer and Rev Ken Newell, co-president of the Northern Ireland Council of Christians, reflect on the life of the Jewish community in Belfast.”

(if you missed it, available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07xj0z6)

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