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, 22 Mar 15
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King Richard III, the Dean of Leicester on the religious significance of his burial. The Archbishop of Erbil on Chrisitan refugees in Iraq. Pope Francis and the Mafia. Rahul Tandon reports on the rape of a nun. Bishop of Portsmouth’s controversial guidelines on which organisations should receive Catholic support. MP Conor Burns’ reaction. Should coroners have a 7 day a week service? Trevor Barnes reports. Should the Chancellor give a £40 million grant to repair churches. Keith Porteous Wood from National Secular Society and Crispin Truman from the Churches Conservation Trust discuss.
Sun, 15 Mar 15
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Can women combine motherhood and ministry? Survey results. Why is ISIS destroying precious archaeological relics? Should mandatory reporting of child abuse apply to churches too?
Sun, 8 Mar 15
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This week marks the second anniversary of Pope Francis' election to the papacy. What impact has he really had on the Catholic Church? Edward Stourton speaks to two of his biographers. A report out this week by the Christian think tank Theos argues that cuts to legal aid in England and Wales are "threatening" the rule of law. We hear from the report's co-author and Law Society president, Andrew Caplen. Matt Wells reports from the US city of Ferguson, the scene of civil rights protests last summer, where tensions between young secular activists and older, more religious civil rights leaders are surfacing. In the 70th anniversary year of Christian Aid, Kevin Bocquet looks back the history of the charity. And as a series of public talks called "Faith and Fashion" resume at the London College of Fashion, we ask: what should you wear when you work for God?
Sun, 1 Mar 15
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The situation for Christians in Syria is looking even bleaker after members of an Assyrian Christian community were abducted by Islamic State. We speak to the Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo, Antoine Audo. Author Eliza Filby looks at Lady Thatcher’s often fractious relationship with the established Church of England. Should there be a Sikh regiment in the British Army? Trevor Barnes looks at the history of Sikh service in the British military. Why were three school girls from Bethnal Green Academy able to make their way to Syria? Were anti-radicalisation programmes too focused on young men? The writer and broadcaster Khola Hassan and Rabiha Hannan discuss. The Catholic Church released a letter this week asking Catholic voters to consider their candidates’ stance on issues including abortion, assisted suicide and poverty ahead of the General Election. We speak to Cardinal Vincent Nichols, leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
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