"Sunday Morning Live" gets to the heart of debates covering religious, moral and ethical issues. Presenter Susanna Reid invites a studio panel to argue about a number of controversial topics and viewers can join in the debates at home using their webcams. A text vote is run during each programme on one of the debate topics. The first of 18 episodes originally aired on BBC One in 2010 and questions asked during that series included: should we arm all our police? Should we remove all immigration controls? And should we forgive the 7/7 bombers? The programme returned in June 2011 with the first of 20 new episodes. In the opening instalment, broadcaster Nick Ferrari, novelist Kishwar Desai and author Richard D North considered whether anti-Semitic comments should land offenders in court and whether immigrant criminals deserve their normal rights as humans. They also contemplated whether women should need to refrain from wearing provocative clothing in order to avoid being considered as sex objects.