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03/06/2012

Duration:
1 hour, 45 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 03 June 2012

Mike Philpott and his guests debate the week's religious and ethical news and explore the world of culture and ideas. Including News.

  • 03.06.12

    THE QUEEN'S PERSONAL JOURNEY TO JUBILEE - Lord Eames discusses

    ETHINIC COMMUNITY RELATIONS - A vox pops report from Cathy Quinn, followed by a discussion with Tim Brannigan, author "But where are you really from?" and William Olphert, Belfast community worker

    SYRIA UPDATE - Dr Harry Hagopian, international lawyer and Middle East interfaith advisor to the Catholic Church in England and Wales, interview

    THE MONARCHY AND THE JUBILEE - A discussion on the perceived role of the monarchy with Dr Catherine Fieschi, Director "Counterpoint", cultural relations think tank; Dr Susie Orbach, celebrated psychotherapist, author and writer and Andreas Whittam-Smith, founding editor of "The Independent" newspaper

    A LOOK AT THE WEEK - with Fionola Meredith

    FRED AND ROSEMARY WEST - A VICTIM'S SISTER TALKS ABOUT FORGIVENESS -
    Marion Partington interview about her experiences and her book "If you sit very still"

    CHANGE FOR THE BETTER IN NORTHERN IRELAND POST 1998? - A discussion with Reverend Lesley Carroll, Presbyterian Minister, now involved in reconciliation talks with Sinn Fein;Brian Rowan, journalist and Seanna Walsh, first IRA prisoner released under the terms of the Belfast Agreement to be interviewed by the media and the reader of the historic statement announcing an end to the IRA's armed campaign

    "IMMORTALITY" - An interview with philosopher Stephen Cave about his new book

    EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS 2012 - Monsignor Hugh Connolly, President, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth previews

    SUNDAY NEWSPAPER REVIEW - Henry McDonald and Michael Clarke

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