Provocative weekly debate with William Crawley on moral, religious and ethical issues.
Sun, 8 Dec 13
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Nelson Mandela: from paramilitary prisoner to peacemaking president
Sun, 1 Dec 13
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On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley - do we need a different kind of journalism from our media to move us forward - more importantly should we not report what is actually happening if its likely to cause problems on the street? Or should we fundamentally rethink the way we report what's happening?
Sun, 24 Nov 13
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Handcuffed to history - are we trapped by a past that won't let go?
Sun, 17 Nov 13
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We celebrate the life and work of one of Ireland's greatest poets and finest minds - Seamus Heaney, from the hallowed ground of Bellaghy Bawn.
Sun, 10 Nov 13
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William Crawley interviews Gerry Adams about the past, the present and the Disappeared. With reaction with Alex Kane, Dawn Purvis and Jude Collins.
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