Hazel Southam - Journalist

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Religious Affairs

The Bible that saved a life

Radio 4’s Sunday programme, Remembrance Sunday 2016 http://bbc.in/2g6WvbI

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Why do Britain's waterways need their own chaplains?

Radio 4 Sunday 6 November 2016: A new scheme will see some 200 chaplains placed on Britain’s 2,000 miles of waterways over the next three years. I set out to find out why.

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UK children should take pledge of allegiance - Muslim group

Telegraph 13 August 2016: Schoolchildren in the UK should be asked to make a regular US-style pledge of allegiance to the British flag, a persecuted Muslim group has suggested.

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Saving lives at the Somme

BBC Radio 4 Sunday programme 7 August 2016: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07mvxny

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About Hazel

Hazel Southam is an award-winning journalist who reports on religious affairs, international development and the environment. She has covered four G8 Summits.

She wrote for The Sunday and Daily Telegraph for 10 years. Her work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Mail and The Evening Standard.

Reporting assignments have taken her to places including Bosnia, Zimbabwe, Mongolia, Albania, Nagorno-Karabakh, Senegal and the Arctic Circle.

In the UK, she has also delivered media training to the MOD and leading businesses.

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