Clare Balding presents the topical faith programme. Her guest is the Buddhist Nun, Emma Slade. Her faith guests are husband and wife David and Anna Less, co-founders of the Abrahamic Reunion. There’s also live music from composer and performer Nigel Stonier.
Listen again here! Good Morning Sunday Show 14th May 2017
Emma will be at Waterstones in Brighton on Wednesday 14th June at 7.30pm to discuss her book, Set Free.
Tickets for this event are £3 and include a glass of wine or a soft drink.
Tickets are available to purchase by calling 01273 206017 or by talking to the ground floor booksellers at Waterstones.
With thanks to Nolan Parker – a great synopsis of our discussion with Meg Sanders about’ The Road to Publication’
Emma Slade on BBC Radio London – an interview with Jo Good from BBC Radio London about ‘Set Free’ – a great insight into the book which leaves you wanting to read the full story!
Emma appeared on The Big Questions today (Sunday 2nd April 2017), with Nicky Campbell, discussing ‘Do we underestimate the wisdom of the ancients’.
View it here for the next 29 days – see 43 minutes in.
The author Meg Sanders explores how three debut novelists came to write their very different stories. Ruth Hogan (The Keeper of Lost Things), Harriet Cummings (We All Begin As Strangers) and Emma Slade (Set Free From Banking to Buddhism) share the derivation of their ideas, how they were explored and researched, and the journey to publication. A fascinating insight into the writer’s experience, including all its challenges.
Tue 25th April 2017
4.00pm – 5.00pm
Event sponsored by Philip Salt
We’re pleased to announce that Emma Slade will be appearing on BBC1 The Big Questions with Nicky Campbell to discuss the nature of wisdom. Show will be aired between 10 and 11am.
A special dinner has been arranged in support of ‘Opening Your Heart to Bhutan’. Enjoy a three course meal and drinks at the Sir Edward Still Foundation on 30th April. With after dinner speech by Emma Slade, author of Set Free. Tickets are £35 and are available from
Emma was interviewed by Buddha Weekly about ‘Set Free’ and her work fundraising for children in Bhutan.
See the interview here http://www.buddhaweekly.com
Emma invited to speak at the Eighth edition of Mountain Echoes, held in Thimphu, Bhutan from August 24-27, 2017. An initiative of the India-Bhutan Foundation in association with Siyahi, Mountain Echoes literary festival brings together the best of both countries, forming the ideal platform for literature, discourse, debate and cultural exchange.