BBC All Things Considered

BBC All Things Considered

Award-winning series exploring religious, spiritual and moral issues. All Things Considered adopts a variety of formats, from documentary to interview and discussion, but is always revealing. Broadcast weekly on BBC Radio Wales on Sundays at 9 AM and Thursdays at 5.30 AM.

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  • Anti-Semitism

    Sun, 25 Jan 15

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    26 days remaining

    Holocaust Memorial Day this week marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. As the killing of six million Jews in Nazi death camps is remembered again, this year it’s against the background of renewed fears within Jewish communities across Europe. The terrorist attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris has heightened anxieties here in Britain, with some schools teaching their children how to respond to an armed assault, and increased security measures around many premises and a recent poll suggested that anti-Semitism is still a significant problem, and that many British Jews are so worried that they’re debating whether to stay in this country. In All Things Considered, Roy Jenkins aks how serious the issue is here in Wales, as well as the rest of the UK; how anti-Semitism shows itself and if enough is being done to combat it.

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  • Do you speak Religion?

    Sun, 18 Jan 15

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    19 days remaining

    In the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks, Roy Jenkins explores the importance of religious literacy in the worlds of media, politics and education.

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  • Poet Menna Elfyn

    Mon, 12 Jan 15

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    13 days remaining

    Welsh language poet Menna Elfyn talks to Roy Jenkins about her life and work, from her non-conformist background which continues to influence her, to the many national and international causes to which she has leant her voice. The programme includes Menna’s own readings of her poetry, in English translation.

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  • Remarkable People of 2014

    Sun, 4 Jan 15

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    5 days remaining

    Roy Jenkins reflects on some of the remarkable people who've featured in All Things Considered in the past 12 months: the Welsh composer whose music was heard by the biggest audience in broadcasting history; the Nobel nominee who watched soldiers expelling his family from the their home; and the west Wales father waiting for the return of his missing son.

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