Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme with William Crawley.
The Pope's mass in Manila, Parisian Jews, Church and politics.
Featuring Europe and Islam, the Pope in Sri Lanka, and should churches have wi-fi?
2015 look-ahead, Richard III, Church of England leadership plan.
How the long campaign for women Bishops was won and the role of women in other faiths.
First woman bishop, the Pope and Cuba, 60 years of Carols from Kings.
Human trafficking, Christian refugees and biblical movie blockbusters.
Caroline Wyatt reports from Istanbul on the Pope's visit to Turkey.
Religious war, Cardinal Vincent Nichols and gurus. Presented by William Crawley.
Looking at women bishops, and will data from the comet 67P bring new theological insights?
Religion in Remembrance Sunday, gender-selective abortion, Berlin Wall 25th anniversary.
How will the Church of England deal with future abuse claims?
Cardinal Vincent Nichols talks about the Catholic Synod on the family, and more.
Edward Stourton explores Evangelical group Reform's boycott of 'shared conversations'.
Justin Welby on the future of the Lambeth conference.
This edition looks at Opus Dei, 'atheist evangelisation', and air strikes on Islamic State
Referendum reconciliation, Hajj fraud, and Vatican cricketers take on Anglicans.
The legacy of Ian Paisley, the Scottish referendum and British Muslim singer Sami Yusuf.
Archbishop Justin Welby looks for a prior. Will the Medical Innovation Bill help patients?
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs, discussing the Rotherham abuse scandal.
The Rt Rev John Sentamu tells William Crawley why he is starting a prayer vigil for peace.
Religious news with William Crawley, including Pope Francis's visit to South Korea.
Middle East crisis, Rowan Williams, Star Wars.
Gaza, Iraqi Christians, Pompeii of the north.
Catholics in World War I, Commonwealth Games and what makes a good death?
The vote on women bishops, Gandhi statue opposition and World Cup Popes.