Sun, 16 Nov 14
24 days remaining
A national illness service - just where did it all go wrong for the NHS? The father of the computer - Alan Turing - the war hero whose country castrated him. And not crying in the chapel - we talk to the nun who once starred with Elvis.
Sun, 9 Nov 14
17 days remaining
The facts behind those immigration myths - do new citizens actually improve our economy? But if they do, is it at the cost of depriving those already living in poverty? Also, 15 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall - any sign yet of Belfast's barriers coming down? And where have all the flowers gone? The choral coalition coming together in memory of Pete Seeger.
Sun, 2 Nov 14
10 days remaining
On this week's podcast: A cheap cut - are we losing our morals in the search for bargain food? and And gospel halls and the genesis of rock - was it really just God's music with a little bit of a twist?
Sun, 26 Oct 14
3 days remaining
On William Crawley's last Everday Ethics - Heaven sent or man made miracle? after a paralysed man walks again, we ask is science now bigger than Jesus? Flogging a dead horse? If the people don't want it, is it time to stop funding integrated education? And we're joined by those magnificent Swing Gals to say farewell to William!
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