BBC: Twin sisters, two faiths
Anna Scott-Brown about their choices to follow two very different faiths - Islam and Christianity. They discuss their strongly-held but separate beliefs, and how this affects their relationship within the family. As their own lives unfold, they also have to confront their mother’s terminal illness and come to terms with what her death will mean to them.
This was on last Tuesday, so will be available for another two days to listen online (you will need Flash, I think), or you can hear it on Radio 4 tomorrow at 8pm. I very much recommend listening to it.
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