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Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her series on the loss of faith, The Retreating Roar, was broadcast on BBC Radio Three in 2015 and she is working on a series of five essays on the ethic of care to be broadcast early in 2016.

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  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her series on the loss of faith, The Retreating Roar, was broadcast on BBC Radio Three in 2015 and she is working on a series of five essays on the ethic of care to be broadcast early in 2016.
  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She has written five works on non-fiction and two novels (Ceremony of Innocence will be published in 2022). She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her most recent series of essays for Radio Three was on the idea of Home, broadcast in March 2020. Previous series of essays include 'Are You Paying Attention?' (2018) 'The Crisis of Care' (2016) and 'The Retreating Roar' (2014) on the loss of faith.
  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She has written five works of non-fiction and two novels (Ceremony of Innocence will be published in 2022). She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her most recent series of essays for Radio Three was on the idea of Home, and broadcast in March 2020. Previous series of essays include 'Are You Paying Attention?' (2018) 'The Crisis of Care' (2016) and 'The Retreating Roar' (2014) on the loss of faith.
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  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her series on the loss of faith, The Retreating Roar, was broadcast on BBC Radio Three in 2015 and she is working on a series of five essays on the ethic of care to be broadcast early in 2016.
  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She has written five works on non-fiction and two novels (Ceremony of Innocence will be published in 2022). She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her most recent series of essays for Radio Three was on the idea of Home, broadcast in March 2020. Previous series of essays include 'Are You Paying Attention?' (2018) 'The Crisis of Care' (2016) and 'The Retreating Roar' (2014) on the loss of faith.
  • Madeleine Clare J. Bunting (born March 1964) is an English writer. She was formerly an associate editor and columnist at The Guardian newspaper. She has written five works of non-fiction and two novels (Ceremony of Innocence will be published in 2022). She is a regular broadcaster for the BBC. Her most recent series of essays for Radio Three was on the idea of Home, and broadcast in March 2020. Previous series of essays include 'Are You Paying Attention?' (2018) 'The Crisis of Care' (2016) and 'The Retreating Roar' (2014) on the loss of faith.
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