Sun, 21 Dec 14
23 days remaining
On Everyday Ethics this week with Audrey Carville - a baby with three parents? Why are we more worried about GM foods than GM children? The War on Terror - after 12 years of bombs and bullets - the Taleban is more deadly than ever. Should the west have concentrated on winning minds not breaking spirits? And the must have Christmas present? Ouija boards - harmless fun or dabbling in the stuff of other people's souls?
Sun, 14 Dec 14
16 days remaining
From Kenya to Guantanamo - is torture ever justified? And Christians against lower corporation tax; bigger profits for companies, but will the third world pay the price? Also, was Shakespeare a closet Catholic? We unravel the story of how, perhaps, God gave him one face and he made himself another.
Sun, 7 Dec 14
9 days remaining
On Everyday Ethics this week with Audrey Carville - dealing with the death of a loved one - can you ever be guilt free about moving on? Replaced by robots? Is artificial intelligence the biggest threat to humans since the dinosaurs? And still in communion with Benedict, are Irish bishops deaf to the words of Francis and his attitude to homosexuals?
Sun, 30 Nov 14
2 days remaining
On this week's podcast, older people in the workplace - an invaluable asset or an obstacle to others? Also, defining Pope Francis - is he the general the revolution has been waiting for? And from expenses scandals to embarrassing speeches - do we get the politicians we deserve?
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