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The Forever Project; Cosmo Lang and the abdication; the deaf organist who can hear again.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Sima Kotecha.
What can an Anglo Saxon cemetery tell about early Christianity in the England?
Life-saving bible, Trump election reaction, Terry Waite poems.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Edward Stourton.
Archbishop Vincent Nichols discusses the Santa Marta anti-trafficking conference.
The new movie The Young Pope, plus hunger over the holidays and a new book on Scientology.
Trevor Barnes reports on the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by William Crawley.
Edward Stourton talks to journalist Christopher Lamb about Pope Francis's visit to Assisi.
Ability Sunday, LGBT chaplain in Wales, Icelandic elves; Are C of E bishops too 'safe'?
Edward Stourton asks if cultural destruction should be classed as a war crime.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Caroline Wyatt.
Looking at Elvis the icon, and the Orthodox Jews moving to Canvey Island.
Pope Francis appoints a commission to consider women deacons.
Edward Stourton looks at Catholic Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton's running mate.
Rio archbishop, Church PokeStops, Trump's religious sidekick. With Edward Stourton.
Services held in Nice after the Bastille Day terror attack.
St Olav's Way, the Church of England's Vision for Education, and Jewish intermarriage.
The artist who created a memorial for every man killed on day one of the Somme.
Flat-pack Byzantine Church; John Sentamu on the murder of MP Jo Cox; Disability theology.
Footballers and their faith, religion and the 1975 Referendum, and the Queen's faith.
Ed Stourton talks to John Calvin, grandson of the co-founder of Hamas.
Review of Sharia law in the UK; Scientology buildings vacant; bells for BBC Music Day.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Mike Wooldridge.
Trauma counselling for refugees and the Archbishop of York's pilgrimage.