What does this mean to the make up of society and what might it mean for the future?
Mal Fletcher joins a very interesting discussion on BBC Radio.
Tech Savvy UK? The British media regulator OfCom has found that the UK has overtaken Japan as the world's top nation in terms of using mobile digital media, including photo sharing and social networking.
What opportunities does this open up for the nation? What challenges does it bring?
Mal Fletcher discusses this in an interview for BBC Radio.
How does it affect the way we receive news? What can be done about the bullying sometimes featured on social networking sites?
Mal Fletcher addresses these and other questions in this interview with Mike Shaft on BBC Radio.
Mal also discussed the launch of his new book Fascinating Times, a social commentary exploring some of the major social challenges and opportunities of our time. The book is available on the Amazon Kindle platform worldwide.
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The Daily Recharges are great. They always minister life and wisdom to me! Ruth
I think you asked the wrong question re climate change summit. The question is should it have been held? There are a lot more important issues they should have been discussing, e.g. people trafficking. Jen, Australia
I watched Mal's inspiring EDGES presentation on bioethics. Scientists who do genuine research are a boon to humanity. Physicians do everything they can, fighting to save a life. This is based on the image of the Creator in every human being. Rev Canon Dr Lakshman Peiris