On the last Sunday before Christmas, December 22, Jonathan Dimbleby will be hosting a discussion for ITV1 on the place of religion in our society, and examining the challenges it faces in Britain today. Is religion increasingly out of touch and irrelevant in a modern and materialistic world? Or does it continue to provide moral and spiritual guidance as we lead more isolated and stressful lives, in the shadow of global terror? Does atheism, or humanism, provide us with a more meaningful alternative? These issues and others will be debated with a panel of experts, with prominent representatives from some of Britain's major religions. The programme makers are looking for members of the public who would like to put forward their thoughts on this issue, ask a question or just listen to a lively debate. The programme is filmed at the London Studios, Upper Ground, London, SE1.The studios are approximately five minutes' walk from Waterloo Station on London's South Bank, close to the National Theatre. If you are interested in joining the studio audience, or would like further information, please contact Mehdi Hasan on 020 7261 3248, by fax on 020 7928 5948, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Entry is by ticket only and audience members must be 16 years or over.
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