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Jane Little with the religious and ethical news of the week. Moral arguments and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar.
On the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic Jane Little talks to Rev Canon Huw Mosford who will be leading the memorial service on board the Balmoral which has followed the route of the Titanic over the last week.
On the 400th anniversary of the last man in England to be burnt at the stake for heresy we explore how the story still resonates. Jane talks to Dr Matthew Adams.
Rick Santorum, the uber-traditionalist Catholic bows out of the republican race but what does this mean for Mitt Romney, and will he now bring his faith into the race? Jane talks to our New York Correspondent Matt Wells.
And a look at how the Titanic Quarter Chaplain in Belfast is pioneering a new way of doing church. Mark McCleary reports.
As a tentative ceasefire takes hold in Syria Jane goes to meet members of Manchester's Syrian Community and finds out what they are doing to support their compatriots back home.
The row over the proposed cap on tax relief for charitable giving has grown all week. We explore the impact on faith based charities and the morality of giving incentives for donating. Trevor Barnes reports.
A row breaks out as a Christian group which believes that people can be cured from homosexuality is prevented from advertising on London buses. We discuss with Mike Davidson from Core Issues, Colin Coward, Director of Changing Attitudes and Rev Lynda Rose from Anglican Mainstream.
Series Producer: Amanda Hancox.
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