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Premier Christian Radio launches new legal show sponsored by ADF International – Weekly format to inform on what is happening at the courts in the UK and beyond


LONDON – On 30 July 2016, Premier Christian Radio will host the first show of IN THE DOCK. Presented by former High Court Judge Sir Jeremy Cook and Ranti Williams, the weekly radio broadcast will air every Saturday at 2 p.m. The programme is sponsored by ADF International and will feature legal issues relating to freedom and faith in the UK and beyond.

“Aiming to better educate the Christian community on the legal issues affecting their right to freedom of religion, we have partnered with Premier Christian Radio and created a first-of-its-kind weekly radio show,” said Robert Clarke, an English lawyer and Director of European Advocacy for ADF International.

We will only be able to help people who are aware of their rights and are willing to stand up for them

“ADF International and its more than 3,000 allied lawyers have represented countless Christians worldwide and defended their right to freely live out their faith. But we will only be able to help people who are aware of their rights and are willing to stand up for them.”

Explain and explore

The programme will raise, explain, and explore various issues and cases related to religious freedom, as well as reporting on scientific developments, family, marriage, and the sanctity of life. It will reach more than a million listeners and internet users in the UK.

Former High Court Judge Sir Jeremy Cooke brings 40 years of legal experience to IN THE DOCK, 15 of those as a high court judge. As a barrister he worked on a range of criminal cases, and in later life he specialized in business litigation. His co-host, Ranti Williams, lives in London where she works in education and also for a church.

“IN THE DOCK aims to inform Christians about their legal rights in an engaging and entertaining way. We want the audience to have a greater understanding of these issues so that they can feel confident in the law and challenge their circumstances if they need to,” said Andreas Thonhauser, Director of Communications, Europe for ADF International.

Listen live to IN THE DOCK on Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. GMT, 9:00 a.m. ET, and 6:00 a.m. PT.

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