The findings of last year's Census in England and Wales show a "diverse and changing" picture of society, with more than a quarter of the population saying they have no religion. Peter Allen and Louise Minchin talk to Professor Richard Dawkins, arguably Britain's most famous atheist and the Archdeacon of Norwich. Loyalist protestors are returning to the streets of Belfast for a ninth consecutive evening. And Peter and Louise talk to a helicopter pilot and his winchman who delivered a baby boy one thousand feet up in the air.
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