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Mark Tully explores different approaches to the intractable issues in our lives.
Mark Tully asks if honesty is always the best policy, and talks to philosopher AC Grayling
Wild swimming: Sarah Cuddon reflects on what draws people into the open water.
Where is the real location of heaven - and can it be found on Earth?
Spiritual themes explored through music, prose and poetry.
Classicist Llewelyn Morgan considers the problem of aspiring towards perfection.
The mystical tradition within Islam - Sufism - and the history within this belief.
Mark Tully explores the meaning of dignity
Mark Tully reflects on reflections: in mirrors, photgraphs, film and art.
How stories and words of wisdom change and evolve in families over generations.
A look at the role bridges play in connecting communities, cultures and countries.
Hazhir Teimourian asks whether youth, as with spring and summer, is not overrated.
Mark Tully considers bullying - the bully, the bullied and the bystanders.
Mark Tully considers the power of a name to shape our sense of self.
Writer Sarah Cuddon's experiences of mountains are interwoven with the words of poets.
Fergal Keane discovers that silence means much more than the mere absence of noise.
Mark Tully asks how our deep need for rituals and rites of passage is being expressed.
Mark Tully talks to the Archbishop of Canterbury about his understanding of prayer.
Mark Tully explores the many-shaded nature of Green.
Mike Wooldridge explores the life and legacy of an extraordinary Yorkshire woman.
Writer Irma Kurtz reflects on one of our deepest expressions of revelation - laughter.
Mark Tully considers great leaders. What is the source of their power to change people?
How can the habits of thrift be recovered and even celebrated once more?
This week, Mark Tully celebrates cricket as a symbol of an ideal society.
Mark Tully explores the theme of rescue with his guest, theologian Tina Beattie.
Mark Tully explores the nature of genius. Are geniuses born or made?
Spiritual themes explored through music, prose and poetry. This week: volunteering.
Mark Tully and business guru Charles Handy on the relationship between buyer and seller.