Ricky's first hour guest this morning is Deirdre Davis, the actress best known for playing Eileen Donachie for the past 13 years in BBC Scotland soap River City. Ricky chats to her about her career and her life as a committed Christian.
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) recently updated their guidelines to reflect public opinion, which is increasingly concerned over the use of language and the sexualisation of young women in film and music videos. Ricky is joined by film critic Paul Gallagher and writer Katie Grant to discuss the difficulties in agreeing to what the guidelines should be.
A Church of England diocese have issued Nine Commandments for the modern day tablet, to help provide guidance on how to navigate your way through social media. Philip Blackledge, Rector of Holy Trinity Melrose, and author Katie Grant, talk about exercising caution and the kind of issues they consider before hitting the send button.
Holocaust survivor Zdenka Fantlova survived 3 concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. She shares her story with us, one that begins in her native Czechoslovakia on the day of the German invasion.
The 4 Corners Belfast Festival is organised on a cross denominational basis with churches working together to encourage people to leave their corner of the city and explore new places and new perspectives. Ricky talks to the founders of the festival, Reverend Steve Stockman of Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, and Father Martin MaGill, Parish Priest at Sacred Heart Parish Church.