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Sunday Morning Live is a topical debate show presented by Naga Muchetty. She will explore the big ethical talking points of the week with invited guests.
Naga Munchetty and guests discuss if it is racist to want tougher checks on migrants. Plus singer Donny Osmond talks about the ups and downs of stardom and being a Mormon.
Saudi Arabia is leading a coalition bombing campaign in Yemen, one of the Arab world's poorest countries. This has highlighted Britain's controversial arms trading with the Saudis, worth billions of pounds. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Britain should stop the supply, but foreign secretary Boris Johnson responds that other countries would 'happily' take Britain's place but without applying the same level of monitoring. We debate - should the UK sell arms to Saudi Arabia?
The Christian owners of a bakery in Belfast lost an appeal against a ruling that their decision to refuse to make a cake bearing the slogan 'Support Gay Marriage' was discriminatory. Are they needlessly stirring things up, or do they have a point that businesses should not be forced to propagate messages that they disagree with? We discuss - should religious beliefs influence business?
There are at least six million CCTV cameras in Britain - but are they all for security purposes or are they used to snoop on people? The surveillance camera commissioner is planning a new strategy for England and Wales to make sure all the lenses are focused on responsible use. We discuss - do we need so many CCTV cameras?
Also on the programme - from chart-topping pop star to country vicar, the Reverend Richard Coles, inspiration for the hit BBC TV series Rev, talks to Hardeep Singh Kohli about his remarkable life.
As Hindus celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, there is a special performance by dancers from the Bhavan Centre in London, the largest Indian cultural hub outside India.
Naga Munchetty and a panel of guests discuss the moral and ethical issues of the day. Film director Ken Loach explains what drove him to make his latest movie I, Daniel Blake.
Naga Munchetty and a panel of guests discuss the moral and ethical issues of the day.
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