Noel Conway on radio again, talking about hope for a better future after COVID

On Sunday 5th July Noel Conway gave the weekly “Pause for Thought” on BBC Radio Shropshire’s Sunday morning “Faith and Ethics” program. The program is currently on BBC Sounds starting at about 1:23 on the timeline.

Noel is well known to us as an active member of Shropshire Humanists and recognized nationally as an advocate for a change in the law on assisted dying, a cause of particular relevance to people like him with advanced Motor Neurone Disease. As well as his legal campaigns, he has found time to write and publish short stories and novels, using voice recognition software as he now has no use of his limbs.

Thursday 16th July: Online meeting – Open Mike

Hot Potato – Open Mike. Online Meeting, 7.30 pm start.

These meetings have been such fun over the last few years.

Anyone can talk for 5 minutes (exceptionally 10 minutes) on any subject somewhat related to humanism or just something that’s important to you.

So if something interests or fascinates you – then you have a chance of interesting and fascinating us! If you would like to give a brief talk (with or without photos or PowerPoint), let Simon Nightingale know chair@shropshire.humanist.org.uk.

Before each of the meetings, we will send out an email with details of how to join online, including explanations for those who have not done online meetings before. Please contact us to sign up to our mailing list to receive the email instructions.

Please leave a reply to this post if you would like to discuss any of the topics from the Hot Potato!

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