Sun, 27 Jul 14
26 days remaining
Everyone seems to have a view about what's currently happening in Gaza and Israel. As the death toll rises, the tone of the language of the public debate has also escalated towards allegations that war crimes have been committed. But what exactly is a war crime? What kind of evidence is necessary to prove that a war crime has been committed in any conflict, and, if that evidence is forthcoming, what are the chances that anyone is likely to face prosecution? William is joined by Dr Kevin Heller, Professor of Criminal Law at the University of London, and Anthony Julius, deputy chairman of the top law firm Mishcon de Reya. William also talks to Lord Kilclooney on the Isreali/Gaza conflict.
Sun, 20 Jul 14
19 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics - easing towards the exit - the ethics of assisted dying, a view from a doctor working in Gaza - and the Franciscan friar who's topping the charts.
Sun, 13 Jul 14
12 days remaining
What exactly IS a Christian business? And to what extent should a business with Christian, or other religious, values be permitted, in law, to refuse to provide a service if they believe it's inconsistent with their firmly-held moral or religious commitments? Is "national security" one of the most dangerous concepts at play in contemporary public life? In his new book, "The Talmud - A Biography", the Jewish scholar Harry Freedman explores the remarkable story of this ancient text.
Sun, 6 Jul 14
5 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley - with the Unionist walk-out from the talks tasked with finding a way forward on parades, flags and the past, all eyes are now on the Orange Order to find out what kind of summer we can all expect. And as the terror group ISIS - the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant - has now rebranded itself a caliphate we ask what exactly IS a caliphate? And how much of a political game-changer is the emergence of a new, self-styled Islamic State?
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