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Fiorella Nash on Woman's Hour - The Abortion Act 50 years on

24 January 2017

On 24 Jan 2017, SPUC's Fiorella Nash appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour, in an episode called "The Abortion Act 50 years on". The full episode can be listened to here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0890kf0

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  • Nicola Carter

    24 January 2017, 6:19pm

    I heard Fiorella on the programme and I thought she spoke with such care and eloquence despite the harsh questionning. I have complained to the BBC about how short her time was and how the programme did not allow for additional opposing voices - particularly those who have been hurt by abortion. Well done Fiorella and SPUC for your continued advocacy for the unborn.

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  • Nicolas Bellord

    24 January 2017, 7:05pm

    Very courageous.

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  • Judith Stockton

    24 January 2017, 8:14pm

    Well done Fiorella putting the prolife case forward in such a small amount of time. You are an absolute star.

    I have emailed Woman's hour to say that until they give equal opportunities for both sides of the argument to put their case forward they are only showing their absolute bias towards the pro choice stance. A stance we have come to expect of the BBC and in particular Woman's hour.

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  • Elizabeth

    24 January 2017, 9:36pm

    Never have I heard such a one sided programme on radio four. Life organisation was not mentioned nor was the support given to expectant mothers by charities. The programme Implied that the only compassionate people were those who helped the woman to have an abortion. Nothing was said about post abortion depression or suicide rates. No one mentioned that counselling was a good idea. Backstreet abortion was used to justify the present abortion rates, but the high rates were never mentioned. Disappointed that the BBC was so biased. SPUC lady was brave and reminded me of the saying 'blessed are those who hunger and thirst for what is right'.

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  • Isobel

    24 January 2017, 10:08pm

    How wonderful to hear your calm and persuasive argument, Fiorella. Thank you for your courage and inspiration.

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  • David Ashby

    25 January 2017, 1:11pm

    Great comments Fiorella, very impressive.

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  • Gabrielle

    30 January 2017, 1:25pm

    This was a calm and clear interview from Fiorella Nash who explained the fuller picture of abortion despite the limited air time given to her.
    Disappointed, but not surprised, that the BBC showed such bias on this topic.

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  • Anna

    1 February 2017, 7:58pm

    Great job Fiorella, thank you so much for telling the truth!

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  • Christina

    15 February 2017, 9:08am

    Fiorella, you are an inspiration. Eloquent and calm, a voice for the voiceless.

    "I don't think there has ever been a requirement for abortion, I think women are better than that."

    Totally agree, society is failing if women believe this is the only choice. Shame on the Beeb for such a bias report.

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  • Constanza Procter

    27 February 2017, 3:31pm

    I enjoyed hearing Fiorella Nash´s clear and informative interview. More of us should make the importance of preserving Life from conception to natural death; two wrongs don't make one good!

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