Christianity to Islam, Hinduism to Judaism, Ed Stourton presents religious news and analysis of the top stories from the UK and abroad. http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/sunday The related link on this page is broken – could you link to Sunday here please: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qnbd
Sun, 13 Apr 14
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Has Christianity lost its way in the East End of London? Trevor Barnes investigates claims by London Imam Ajmal Masroor that Christianity is becoming obsolete there. Nick Baines, first Bishop of the new “super-diocese” of West Yorkshire and the Dales talks about his mission for the future. What role should women have during services in a Synagogue? Ed discusses gender, faith, and Orthodox Judaism with Dina Brawer and Rabbi Alan Plancey.
Sun, 6 Apr 14
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In their first joint interview the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols join Edward Stourton to discuss a new joint prayer initiative they are launching. The Muslim Brotherhood under the microscope of David Cameron's security inquiry and looking back at Rwanda, 20 years after the genocide there.
Sun, 30 Mar 14
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The Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis talks to Edward Stourton about his aims and the challenges ahead. David Willey discusses the Pope’s audience with the Queen, President Obama and the “singing nun” who has over 30 million YouTube hits. And the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby talks about why the renewal of prayer and religious life is his number one priority.
Sun, 23 Mar 14
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What issues do Muslim women face when engaging with issues of gender equality? We discuss how Islam works within Western ideas of feminism. Bob Walker reports on the Big Bang theory and the theological implications it may have. And BBC's sitcom Rev returns this week. Co-creator and writer James Wood tells Mike where he gets his material.
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