Sun, 8 Feb 15
21 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?
Sun, 1 Feb 15
28 days remaining
On Everyday Ethics with Audrey Carville - paying the price - is it immoral to pay a ransom to hostage takers? The Equal Marriage referendum, will voters in the south back or reject it? And back to Belsen - an archive first hand account from former UUP leader Jim Molyneaux, one of the first Allied soldiers to liberate the camp.
Sun, 25 Jan 15
1 month remaining
It seems the wealthy wondering if growing inequality now threatens the systems that enriched them. Roisin McAuley discusses why that is and what, if anything, should be done about it. Also - woodland burials come to Northern Ireland, and soes Wolf Hall reflect history or simply the authors preference.
Sun, 18 Jan 15
1 month remaining
This week - should all religions be disprespected equally? That's out main debate. Also, the 'man crisis' in the Catholic church - are girl altar servers to blame for falling vocations? And finally - can we put a value on human life?
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