Should Britain take in Syrian refugees?
The death toll in the Syrian conflict is over 100,000 and as many as two million people are thought to have been displaced. Many are fleeing the country to live in vast refugee camps outside their homeland, with the hope that the fighting will end.
The UN says the countries surrounding Syria are being overwhelmed by the influx of people - and other countries, including Britain, may be asked to take in thousands of refugees.
So should we open our doors - or are there better ways of tackling the crisis?
This week's guestsSally Magnusson is sitting in for Samira this week, and she's joined by author and columnist Tim Stanley, broadcaster Bobby Friction and the Reverend Sally Hitchiner, Anglican chaplain of Brunel University.
Is organised religion letting down the faithful?Our guest Bobby Friction believes structured religions are no longer relevant, and the future is about personal spirituality, not institutions. The other members of the panel and other contributors will put his views to the test.
Should "Lads Mags" cover up?
Co-operative stores have given "lads" magazines six weeks to cover up their front pages with sealed "modesty bags" or be taken off the shelves. The company is responding to concern about images of scantily-clad women on the covers. Is this a long overdue action or is it an over reaction?
- Sally Magnusson
- Sally Hitchiner
- Bobby Friction
- Tim Stanley
- Lucy Collett
- Kat Banyard
- Dominic Smith
- Kully Khaila