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Mark Tully celebrates the nobility of these beasts of burden in folklore and reality.
Academic Dr Sarah Goldingay listens out for the spiritual impact of noise.
Mark Tully looks between the lines to find the secret symbols and codes of everyday life.
Michael Symmons Roberts wonders what we mean when we say we are 'not out of the woods yet'
Mark Tully tells tales of forests, inspired variously by love, terror, divinity and magic.
In the week of the Feast of St Paul's Conversion, Mark Tully considers sudden epiphanies.
Malcolm Doney reflects on how the earth builds us and how we in turn shape the world.
Rabbi Shoshana Boyd Gelfand explores our fascination with immortality.
Frank Cottrell Boyce sits in his boyhood bedroom and reflects on life and his journey home
Mark Tully on the angels' message of goodwill at Christmas. Readings from Derek Jacobi.
The poet Michael Symmons Roberts asks whether the arts are good for us.
Sarah Goldingay examines the transformative process of restoration and mending.
John McCarthy explores the therapeutic benefits of watching the river flow.
Mark Tully considers the mysterious appeal of unfamiliar things.
Writer Malcolm Doney examines the importance of affording our loved ones freedom.
Mark Tully assesses the worldwide popularity of the 13th-century Sufi mystic poet.
Journalist Remona Aly explores the experience of being both an insider and an outsider.
Mark Tully asks if we can draw anything positive from that most human problem, loneliness.
Mark Tully asks whether dreaming is a waste of our time or the root of our achievements.
Poet Michael Symmons Roberts questions the appeal of having peace of mind.
Theologian Jane Williams examines the relationship between learning and language.
John McCarthy gazes back fondly and argues that nostalgia has a lot to offer us.
Writer and priest Malcolm Doney cooks up a storm as he explores our relationship with food
Mark Tully asks if it is time to reassess the value of craftsmanship and manual skill.
Dr Sarah Goldingay looks for the transcendent in our everyday rituals.
Former president of Ireland Mary Robinson examines climate change and human rights.
Poet Imtiaz Dharker examines the phenomenon of divine intoxication.
Mark Tully searches for a contemporary understanding of the word 'passion'.
John McCarthy explores the power of sacred architecture through music, prose and poetry.
Composer David Owen Norris explains and plays musical counterpoint to Mark Tully.