Bahai News -- This is Swindon - Fidelma's on again with Mr Wogan
Fidelma's on again with Mr Wogan
A Swindon voice will be heard on BBC Radio 2 next week.
Up to one million listeners will hear Fidelma Meehan, the Swindon co-ordinator for the Baha'i faith projects, on Wake up to Wogan.
She will be presenting another series of Pause for Thoughts on Terry Wogan's award winning breakfast show.
She has been writing and presenting scripts on Radio 2's late night slots for the past five years and on Terry Wogan's programme for the past two.
She said: It's wonderful to be invited back to do Pause for Thought on such a popular show.
"The thoughts this time focus on some inspiring stories from the Baha'i Faith, as well as my own personal experiences."
"They also draw on some of the key principles of the Faith such as the oneness of all religions, the concept of the human race as one family
and the independent investigation of truth."
Fidelma, who has been a Baha'i for 10 years, added that the Faith's central message is unity.
Fidelma can be heard on Friday June 6 at 9.15am. Radio 2 is 88 91 FM.
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