Radio 4 will feature the Mother of two murdered sisters, whose bodies were taken by police officers.

  • Radio 4’s Today Show will be edited by Bibaa and Nicole Smallman, Mother of Nicole Smallman. 
  • Mina Smallman (ex-archdeacon), 65, will talk about chaplaincy, victim support, and other topics 
  • Two officers shared photos of themselves on WhatsApp. 
  • Other guest editors over Christmas include football star Raheem Sterling and outgoing Chief of Defence Staff, General Sir Nick Carter

The mother of murdered Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry will be among guest editors on Radio 4’s Today show over Christmas. 

Mina Smallman is a former Church of England archdeacon and will discuss the roles of chaplaincy as well as the assistance that victims of crime get. 

Additional guests editors of BBC News’ flagship show include Raheem sterling, England football star, Chief of Defence Staff General Sir Nick Carter and James Rebanks. Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace, will be also present. 

Today offers guest editors the opportunity to influence coverage during the week that runs from Christmas through New Year since 2003. 

Mina Smallman, 65, mother of murdered sisters Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry, will explore the role of chaplaincy and support offered to victims on Radio 4's Today programme

Mina Smallman (65), mother to Nicole Smallman’s murdered sister Bibaa, and Bibaa Heinrich, will discuss the roles of chaplaincy in supporting victims during Radio 4’s Today program

Manchester City’s star Sterling is 26, a well-known anti-racist who founded a charity foundation for young people. 

His Today program will likely focus on social mobility as well as the roles of elite sportspeople in society. 

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

Special episodes of the series will air from December 27 through January 3. 

Today editor Owenna Griffiths said: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled these guest editors have agreed to spend time with us to help illuminate and make sense of the world we live in.’ 

Notable guest editors have been Prince Harry, 2017; and Stephen Hawking, 2003.