Sun, 25 Jan 15
28 days remaining
It seems the wealthy wondering if growing inequality now threatens the systems that enriched them. Roisin McAuley discusses why that is and what, if anything, should be done about it. Also - woodland burials come to Northern Ireland, and soes Wolf Hall reflect history or simply the authors preference.
Sun, 18 Jan 15
21 days remaining
This week - should all religions be disprespected equally? That's out main debate. Also, the 'man crisis' in the Catholic church - are girl altar servers to blame for falling vocations? And finally - can we put a value on human life?
Sun, 11 Jan 15
14 days remaining
This week Sunday Sequence discussed whether western freedoms can co-exist with radical Islam. Also Ruth-Dudley Edwards, Malachi O'Doherty and Claire Bailey on the controversy surrounding the Ched Evans case.
Sun, 4 Jan 15
8 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics with Audrey Carville, the Dunmurry-born woman who could've been Irish president, cabinet papers from 30 years ago, and the legacy of Charlie Haughey.
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