This app will stop working on 3rd April 2017. But you can still listen to BBC iPlayer Radio via your browser by visiting bbc.co.uk/radio
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by Edward Stourton.
Archbishop of Westminster Vincent Nicholls on Syria, women bishops and second wives.
Mary McAleese discusses the spirituality in the work of Seamus Heaney.
Edward Stourton talks to the Chief Rabbi, plus the March on Washington, and witchcraft.
Edward speaks to Lord Karan Bilimoria on about of the word's oldest religions.
Cameron does God; Coptic Christians attacked; religion, cartoons and The Burka Avenger.
Immigration campaign; Caste legislation delay; New approach to homosexuality.
William Crawley talks to Maureen Greaves about forgiving her husband's killers.
The Rt Rev James Jones discusses his 15 years as Bishop of Liverpool.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Edward Stourton.
A special report from Uganda on child soldiers and other stories. Edward Stourton presents
The Church of England is hoping for a new ethical bank on the high street.
William Crawley discusses Chester Mystery plays, Sunni-Shia tension, and God in hip-hop.
Bishops attack proposed museum cuts, and how can poverty be truly alleviated?
Edward Stourton with Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development.
Edward Stourton debates food poverty, Islamophobia and social media, and same-sex marriage
William Crawley looks at the religious implications of the Woolwich murder.
Includes a report on the Rise Up! Australia Party and a discussion about assisted dying.
Samira Ahmed talks to Father Nadim Nassar, the director of The Awareness Foundation.
Archbishop Vincent Nichols joins Edward Stourton to talk about the new Pope.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme.
Looking to the future and ways of breathing new life into the Good Friday Agreement.
The issues facing the cardinals as they start their conclave to elect the new pope.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by William Crawley.
Vatican expert Robert Mickens explains what Pope Benedict's final week will entail.