Conductor Sir John Eliot Gardiner reflects on the Passion story.
Author Sarah Perry reflects on the Passion story.
Theatre critic and parliamentary sketch writer Quentin Letts reflects on the Passion story
Michael Symmons Roberts reflects on the Passion story.
Novelist and actor Kate Saunders reflects on the Passion story.
Writer and director James Runcie looks at the Passion through the prism of mystery drama.
The Power and the Passion: Jim Wallis on the power of the cross.
The Power and the Passion: Marina Warner reflects on the power of places.
The Power and the Passion: Andrew Adonis reflects on people power.
The Power and the Passion: Nicholas Shakespeare on worldly power.
The Power and the Passion: Novelist Catherine Fox on the power of submission.
The Power and the Passion - Bonnie Greer considers the power of names.
Canon Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James's, Piccadilly, reflects on spiritual abandonment.
Imam Asim Hafiz, Muslim Chaplain to HM Forces, explores the abandonment created by war.
Director of Christian Aid Loretta Minghella considers the abandonment of self.
Jewish journalist Benjamin Cohen reflects on his fear of being abandoned for being gay.
Alexander McCall Smith considers how you can feel abandoned by society as you grow older.
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC considers what it means to abandon being human.
Six well-known figures reflect on how the Lenten story of Jesus's ministry and Passion.
Prof Tariq Ramadan sets out the philosophy of the individual and its absence in Islam.
Martin Wroe explores the individual being at its most divine when working in community.
Prof John Lennox describes how God is encountered through science.
Linda Woodhead explores the emergence of new communities and social groups.
The Rt Rev Nick Baines, Bishop of Bradford, asks if we are 'one alone or one of many'.
Mark Oakley, Canon Treasurer at St Paul's Cathedral, explores the conflict with God.
Guardian columnist Madeleine Bunting explores the unmet appetite for justice.
A personal reflection on elements of conflict found in the story of Jesus' ministry.
New York Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf explores the conflict between faith and identity.
Austen Ivereigh reflects on ending the cycle of conflict by becoming the forgiving victim.
Lord Ian Blair explores the conflict of religion in the public arena.