RAE DUKE IS A RELIGION AND ETHICS TEACHER AND BROADCASTER WITH A SPECIALIST UNDERSTANDING OF ETHICAL ISSUES, FAITH IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY, SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION.
Rae is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 2's Pause for Thought, on Vanessa Feltz's early breakfast show. She is an education and ethics commentator for Sky News and a regular guest on BBC Radio London, discussing breaking news and human interest stories. Rae also presents paper reviews on talk radio and contributes to ethical discussion on the station.
Rae has hosted the topical chat segment of London Live’s breakfast debate show, Wake Up London, having also appeared frequently as a panelist on the channel’s debate show Headline London. Rae's documentary, A Cycling Revolution aired on the channel in 2015.
Rae cut her reporter teeth on the red carpets of London’s Leicester square, interviewing the likes of Cheryl Tweedy and Arnold Schwarzenegger for online outlets (Yahoo, Red Carpet News).
Graduating from King's College London in 2011 with a degree in religion, philosophy and ethics, Rae completed the Teach First leadership development programme, ensuring excellence in education regardless of background. Rae also has a post graduate certificate in education and is a patron of the Girls Network, a charity empowering girls from deprived backgrounds.
RELIGION & ETHICS
Degree in Theology and Philosophy, Religion and Ethics commentator, Religious Studies teacher .