Sunday - 16/09/2012
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by William Crawley. The Bishop of Liverpool discusses his role chairing the Hillsborough Independent Panel.
In an exclusive interview for Sunday the Bishop of Liverpool discusses his role chairing the Hillsborough Independent Panel and its quest for truth and justice.
He came as a "pilgrim of peace" yet Pope Benedict's trip to Lebanon has coincided with anti-Western violence across the Middle East and Lebanon itself. Robert Mickens has been following the trip.
Trevor Barnes has been aboard the 'Tax Justice Bus', a charity campaign on the morality of tax dodging.
Harley-riding preacher, Sean Stillman, took a detour to Media City to talk to William Crawley about reaching those the church can't reach.
The Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and Prof Richard Dawkins discussed whether you need God to be good, when they met this week at the BBC's RE:THINK 2012 festival.
Ruth Gledhill, Religious Affairs Correspondent at The Times, reports on the latest twist-in-the-tail of the women's bishops legislation.
John Laurenson reports from Paris on the city's growing gospel music scene.
And Dr Maha Azzam and Mohammed Ansar debate the religious and political forces at work behind this week's outbursts of violence across the middle-east.
- Broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 7:10AM Sun, 16 Sep 2012
- Available until 12:00AM Thu, 1 Jan 2099
- First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 7:10AM Sun, 16 Sep 2012
- Duration 45 minutes