Sorry, this episode is not currently available on BBC iPlayer Radio

Pop star turned Anglican Priest, the Reverend Richard Coles, talk to Sally about music, his life and the joys of broadcasting and the pulpit.

Last week the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, discussed the Referendum, same-sex relationships, climate change, food banks and a whole lot more. Sally and the former Moderator, the Very Reverend Lorna Hood, review some of the highlights.

Looking back on the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland which last week discussed the Referendum, same-sex relationships, climate change, food banks and more . The former Moderator, the Very Reverend Lorna Hood, reviews some of the highlights.

Five months of conflict in South Sudan has driven more than a million people from their homes. Thousands have died and millions now face starvation. The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan, the Right Reverend Peter Gai Lual Marrow, joins Sally to talk about what's at stake if the violence continues.

A chat about life's end over coffee and cake? Our reporter Bronwen Livingstone, visits a Death Cafe to find out what goes on there.

Over the past decade, Street Pastors have gone from being a novel idea to a familiar presence on the high street on a Friday and Saturday night. Les Isaac, founder of the Street Pastors initiative joins Sally to talk about his new book, "Faith On The Streets", which tells their story.

Release date:

1 hour, 54 minutes

Last on

Sun 25 May 2014 07:05

BBC Religion and Ethics

sunset

The BBC's daily religious news and programming

Related Links