Everyday Ethics

              Everyday Ethics

              Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues.

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              • Holy Communion, Human Rights, Conan Doyle

                Sun, 17 May 15

                Duration:
                39 mins

                Available:
                25 days remaining

                The ceremonial Catholics who only turn up for the high days. Rights and responsibilties: the issue that stretches from Twaddell Avenue to buying a cake. And the curious incidence of God in the night time - the beliefs of the man behind Sherlock Holmes.

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              • Modern Maternity, Changing Minds & Wholesome Religions 10 MAY 15

                Sun, 10 May 15

                Duration:
                33 mins

                Available:
                18 days remaining

                On this week's podcast with Audrey Carville - "My daughter's dead and I want to have her baby" - the legal challenge giving a moral twist to a very modern maternity. An evangelical about-turn - we hear from the Christian expelled because he now supports same sex marriage. And too sweet to be wholesome - should religions do more to highlight their areas of disagreement?

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              • Death, Forgiveness and Dawn Chorus

                Sun, 3 May 15

                Duration:
                47 mins

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                11 days remaining

                Welcome to Everyday Ethics your weekly free ethical download from the BBC with Roisin McAuley. On this week's podcast: The denial of death - why are we so reluctant to accept the inevitability of our passing? Forging a path to forgiveness - two men tell us of their remarkable journey from anger to inner peace. And Mother nature's morning miracle...a dazzling dawn chorus across Ireland from Malin Head to Mizen Head.

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              • Immigration, Philantrophy and Legacy 26 APR 15

                Sun, 26 Apr 15

                Duration:
                48 mins

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                This week on Everyday Ethics with Roisin McAuley - dabbling at the edges while people drown? A lasting legacy - a County Down man's good works continuing 150 years after his death. And a bigger bite than Python and funnier than Fawlty? Father Ted 20 years on.

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