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45 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 13 June 2010

In the week leading up the release of long awaited The Saville Report into the Bloody Sunday shootings we will ask journalist Eamonn MacCann and Bishop Ken Good what the community expects the report to say and what it wants to hear

To mark the start of the World Cup we speak to the head of the South African Council of Churches Tinyiko Maluleke about what the World Cup means to his country and how he hopes it won't turn out to be legacy that is wasted

A survey this week revealed the top 100 women friendly Mosques in the UK, Edward visits one such mosque in Manchester to find out what actually makes it women-friendly.

The England team are on strict orders to count to 10 and not swear in the World Cup - but are we still offended by bad language? A recent report suggests we aren't. Edward asks the Reverend Ann Easter and comedian Seymour Mayce whether bad language is all that bad.

The Roman Catholic church in Cuba is becoming more and more vocal in opposing the goverment. A symbol of this is a group of women called the 'Ladies in White' who are the wives of political prisoners who every Sunday march through the streets of Havana in protest at their husbands continuing imprisonment by the state

As part of our History of the World series actor David Morrissey tells Edward about the object which he thinks changed the world - the paperback novel

Matt Wells explores the row over a proposed new mosque just a few blocks away from Ground Zero in New York city

The Newsweek journalist Mazari Behar tells us about being imprisoned in Iran during the protests a year ago next week and gives us his thoughts on the latest row between the international community and Tehran

E-mail: sunday@bbc.co.uk

Series producer: Amanda Hancox.


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