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Andrew Barr reflects on the horror of the promenade in Nice.
“Sandra’s Diary” is horrified by Pokemon Go and the church.
We go back to a programme in 2001 “The four voices of Clifford Hughes” to pay tribute to a much loved minister who passed away last year.
And Gail is disturbed by adverts for our last journey despite the realities of the unexpected.
In the news, the moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland expressed the condolences of the kirk to the French Consul following the attack in Nice.
Religious leaders in Scotland called on politicians to reject the renewal of the Clyde based nuclear submarines, both for financial and moral grounds
Tributes have been paid this week to the Reverend James Vincent Reilly, the priest who survived the Glen Cinema disaster in 1929 in Paisley in which sixty eight children died. He lived as a priest to the age of ninety eight, dying just before his seventy first anniversary as a priest.