Sun, 21 Sep 14
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Belgium's already liberal laws on euthanasia became even more relaxed with a court granting a 50 year-old rapist and murderer who's been in jail for 30 years the right to assisted dying. To debate this issus we have Tom Curran from Exit International, Rabbi Jonathan Romain and Dr Iain Brassington. William talks to the last remaining Chief Prosecutor from Nuremburg, Benjamin Ferencz. Ben Ferencz went on to eatablish himself as one of the world's leading authorities on international criminal law -- and as one of the architects of the International Criminal Court that was created in 2002.
Sun, 14 Sep 14
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On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley, the life of Ian Paisley remembered, and we meet Ireland's new Catholic Primate, Archbishop Eamon Martin.
Sun, 7 Sep 14
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Failing the test - the education minister on his claim that protestant church leaders are letting down the pupils. And married priests is our key to survival - the Association of Catholic Priests on securing the future.
Sun, 31 Aug 14
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On this week's Everyday Ethics, twenty years after the ceasefires, do we need a "political" ceasefire? And the US evangelical doctor fighting to keep an abortion clinic open. And we explore the theology of poetry
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