LISTEN: Mary Reid on Radio Wales talking about Tim Farron’s statement on gay sex

Listen here,  from 1 hour 36:50 minutes in, to an interview given by our own Mary Reid to BBC Radio Wales yesterday.

She was commenting on Tim Farron’s statement that gay sex is not a sin and talked a lot of good sense.

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2 Comments

  • nigel hunter 26th Apr '17 - 4:30pm

    I like the way she turned it into election issues to fill the sound bite, it shut him up ,good on her. It seems to me that we have arrived on the political sphere being bashed by the media . There is so much to talk about the state of the country and they go for cheap thrills. Pathetic.

  • Thank you, Nigel. The odd thing was that I had been deep in election campaigning all day and when Radio Wales rang I hadn’t seen Tim’s interview. I managed to watch it in the few minutes available. Of course, the media (well most of it) much prefers to talk about sex than politics.

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