Sun, 1 Mar 15
26 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics with Audrey Carville - generous to a fault: if charity comes with a religious ethos is it really a form of bribery? Time to chill - the priest who wants to legalise cannabis - is it just tobacco without the tax? Plus the children of the Reformation - did the split from Rome lead to more infant deaths than the Black Plague?
Sun, 22 Feb 15
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She was married to a man, divorced him, is now married to a woman and her brother is the biological father of her child. Adjusting to family life in the 21st century. And troublesome priests; isn't it absolutely essential that churches should be immersed in the politics of their flock?
Sun, 15 Feb 15
12 days remaining
The selfishness of not having children - does Pope Francis really just have too much to say for himself? From killing children to the morals of meat eating - we hear the views of one of the world's leading ethicists And we could be attracting armageddon - the physicist who says stop the search for extra terrestrials.
Sun, 8 Feb 15
5 days remaining
Big business and tax avoidance - is paying your dues just for the little people? Posthumous pardons - Alan Turing got one, so why not all the gay men who went to prison before the law was changed? And The danger we won't face up to. Global warming. Are we in the last chance saloon?
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