Provocative weekly debate with William Crawley on moral, religious and ethical issues.
Sun, 19 May 13
27 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley: If cloning stem cells can bring a breakthrough in the battle against Parkinson’s, MS and heart disease, is it immoral not to do it? And turning dreams into action. Martin Luther King III on how he's working to realise his father's vision…
Sun, 12 May 13
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A super race or just chimps with clothes? What sets humans apart from the rest? Sharing a future - will we still be talking about "themmins" 10 years from now? And the deity who, in the end, couldn't defy age - Fergie finally takes a break!
Sun, 5 May 13
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On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley: Separating church and state - the Alliance Leader David Ford on the competing demands that led him to step aside as an elder in the Presbyterian Church. Killing cancer - would doctors take more risks to beat the disease if they weren't afraid of the law? And we hear the down under debate on same sex marriage.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
6 days remaining
Devout beliefs or dangerous delusions? Lord Alderdice gives a psychiatrist's view of fundamentalists. And separating church from state - the dilemma facing David Ford over his politics and his Presbyterianism.
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