Mother of murdered sisters whose dead bodies were photographed by two police officers is to guest edit Radio 4 show 

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  • Nicole Smallman’s mom and Biba Henry to guest edit Radio 4’s Today Show
  • Former archer Mina Smallman, 65, discusses pastor and victim aid
  • This comes after two officers shared pictures of their bodies on WhatsApp
  • Other guest editors at Christmas include football star Raheem Sterling and the outgoing Chief of Defense Staff, General Sir Nick Carter.

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The mother of the slain Nicole Smallman and Biba Henry will join guest editors on Radio 4’s TODAY show over Christmas.

Former Church of England archer Mina Smallman, 65, will oversee the role of the pastor and support for victims of crime.


Other guest editors on the leading BBC news show will include England football star Raheem Sterling, outgoing Chief of Defense Staff, General Sir Nick Carter, author James Rebanks and UN Messenger of Peace Dr Jane Goodall.

Since 2003 TODAY has given guest editors a chance to shape coverage over the week between Christmas and New Years.

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Mina Smallman, 65, mother of slain sisters Nicole Smallman and Biba Henry, will explore the role of pastor and support to victims on Radio 4’s Today program

Manchester City star Sterling, 26, is a prominent campaigner against racism and has started a charitable foundation to support youth in need.

It is believed that his Today show will focus on social mobility and the role of top sports people in society.

General Carter’s schedule will include reports about Afghanistan and how to treat post-traumatic stress.

The special episode will run from December 27 to January 3.

TODAY editor Owena Griffiths said: ‘I am absolutely thrilled that these guest editors have agreed to spend time with us to help illuminate and understand the world we live in.’

Past guest editors have included Prince Harry in 2017 and top scientist Stephen Hawking in 2003.

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