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Roy Jenkins explores some of Herefordshire's Welsh Catholic heritage.
Roy Jenkins and guests discuss evil spirits and how seriously we should take Halloween.
Award-winning religious affairs programme. Roy Jenkins and guests discuss the ebola crisis
Mary Stallard meets some of Wales's Hindu community as they prepare to celebrate Diwali.
Roy Jenkins discusses the role of chaplaincy.
Roy Jenkins previews the Bible Society's new tourist attraction in Bala.
Karen Armstrong's view of God and Religion.
Relatives of missing people reflect on what it is like to lose a loved one in this way.
Roy Jenkins discusses the religious implications of the Scottish independence vote.
Roy Jenkins questions whether Nato is a force for stability.
Exploring how The First World War touched faith communities in Wales and across the world.
Exploring the future for Welsh-speaking churches and chapels.
As the Glasgow 2014 Games begin, All Things Considered asks what the Commonwealth is for.
Rev Eileen Davies talks about her life as a farmer and parish priest.
Asking if everyone deserves forgiveness and whether it makes any difference.
Exploring how Muslim communities in Wales are responding to the threat of extremism.
Exploring the phenomenon of mindfulness and its links with religious traditions.
Profiling Paul Cowley, a man dedicated to reducing re-offending among former prisoners.
Celebrated composer of sacred choral music, Paul Mealor, talks about his life and faith.
Writer and poet Maya Angelou talks about her life and faith.
Roy's guest is comedian Paul Kerensa, who believes religion and laughter go together.
Roy Jenkins' guest is Loretta Minghella, chief executive of Christian Aid.
Roy Jenkins' guest is three-times Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Archbishop Elias Chacour.
Roy Jenkins' guest is three times Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Archbishop Elias Chacour.
Roy Jenkins explores the religious dimension to the life and work of Dylan Thomas.
Fewer and fewer people know The Bible - who is responsible and does it matter anyway?
Roy Jenkins talks to Diarmaid MacCulloch, one of the world's leading religious historians.
Roy Jenkins talks to Steve Smith, a self-titled 'disconnected Christian'.
Roy Jenkins talks to the Archbishop of Westminster, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols.
Will same-sex marriage undermine or strengthen the institution of marriage?