Monthly Archives: March 2021

Ep 46: Forced marriage and the importance of RSE

A marriage can be forced even if it doesn’t involve the threat of physical violence. In certain faith communities in Britain, young people’s freedom to choose their future spouse can be denied in subtler ways. NSS podcast with Eve Sacks of Nahamu.

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Rerelease: Dr Antony Lempert | Exploring religious freedom (Ep 5)

Rerelease of our 2019 episode on the Intersection between secularism and healthcare. Next new episode (Ep 46) planed for next Tuesday, 30 March.

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Liam Kerr MSP & Jamie Gillies

Ep 45: The Scottish Hate Crime Bill

This episode is about the Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill, which was finally passed by the Scottish Parliament on 11th March, after much controversy. With Liam Kerr MSP and Jamie Gillies of Free to Disagree.

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Linda Woodhead pic, Ep 44

Ep 44: Post-Christian Britain and religion in schools

This episode is about the place of religion in Britain today, both in society in general and in schools in particular. Emma Park interviews Linda Woodhead MBE, professor of religion at Lancaster University.

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