John McCarthy explores the effects of walking on our creative and spiritual well-being.
Samira Ahmed reflects on the power and pleasure of making things by hand.
Mike Wooldridge presents a celebration of the life and career of Nelson Mandela.
Mark Tully looks at both sides of anticipation and how we relish or dread what is to come.
Tom Robinson considers the space between the map and the territory.
Mark Tully appreciates harmony in the company of pianist and composer David Owen Norris.
Could a robot have a soul? John McCarthy speaks to experts in artificial intelligence.
Mark Tully draws on a Russian folk tale to explore the theme of transformation.
Writer Lucy Mangan reflects on the value and the meanings we invest in gold.
Mark Tully uncorks a bottle with the Bishop of Brighton to consider the symbolism of wine.
John McCarthy considers the benefits and drawbacks of having a tough hide.
John McCarthy considers the relationships we have with those we live alongside.
Mark Tully concludes his exploration of the relationship between reason and religion.
Mark Tully questions the apparent conflict between religion and reason.
Jo Fidgen goes in search of an afterlife that even an atheist can believe in.
John McCarthy explores the potential of numbers to both comfort and inspire.
Celebrating damage - learning from kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery.
Llewellyn Morgan reflects on the not always negative nature of anger.
Mark Tully questions the pursuit of economic growth at all costs.
'Gorillas taught me to be human.' John McCarthy explores unusual paths to humanity.
Mark Tully considers the metaphorical and spiritual significance of heat.
Mark Tully discusses ideas of stewardship and our responsibility to future generations.
Sarah Cuddon reflects on the nature of desire.
Samira Ahmed considers whether procrastination is always such a bad thing.
Samira Ahmed considers the value of re-examining the past.
Mark Tully asks if the term 'religious poetry' is restrictive or helpful.
Writer and broadcaster Jude Rogers explores the desire to run away and disappear.
John McCarthy considers the significance of holding hands as an act of trust and love.
Mark Tully examines the nature of religious visions and visionaries.
Mark Tully examines the place of empathy in politics, religion, medicine and the arts.