the BBC were looking for someone to speak on all the Sunday Morning BBC local radio shows across the UK. They particularly wanted to talk about Christianity and the environment, but the starting point was “The End of the World” and the family in Holland who had been living in a cellar for seven years, afraid that the end of the world was coming.
BBC Radio Scotland – Gordon Brewer interviewed Gordon Wilson on yesterday morning’s Good Morning Scotland. This is the short segment at the end of the interview that’s related to SolasCPC. If you’d like to listen to the full interview, it’s available on the BBC website here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07z388r#play
BBC Radio Scotland phone-in hosted by Cathy MacDonald on the topic of the growing intolerance in our society towards Christians. David Robertson of Solas CPC and Neil Barber of the Edinburgh Secular Society discuss the issue. First broadcast on 15th February, 2016.
Talkbalk with William Crawley – BBC Radio Ulster. Does BBC Journalist Dan Walker’s faith impact his ability to remain impartial as the new BBC Breakfast presenter? Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland and David Robertson of Solas CPC discuss. This programme was first broadcast on the BBC on 12th February, 2016.
Broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland, 14th January 2016
BBC RADIO SCOTLAND PHONE IN. Kaye Adams discusses the documentary about a man who fathered 40 children with 20 women. Broadcast 1st April, 2015. Credit – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05nxv10
The surprising agreement between the Church of Scotland and the Humanist Society Scotland with regards to religious observance in schools was discussed on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Morning Call’ discussion show. Here are the segments featuring Rev Sally Foster Fulton of the Church of Scotland, Douglas McLellan of the Humanist Society Scotland, and David Robertson of …