Annual book review, featuring works about the Pope, the Philippines and silence.
Our annual film review programme, featuring Lincoln, Argo and The Life of Pi.
Roy Jenkins joins the bustle of the last-minute packing of Operation Christmas Child boxes
Roy Jenkins meets a couple who are committed to building bridges between different faiths.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of the great Christian writer, CS Lewis.
Roy Jenkins guest is Carrie Longton, co-founder of Mumsnet.
Roy Jenkins visits the archbishop of Westminster at his home in London.
What is a saint? What are they for and do we really need them?
How might a near-death experience change the way someone lives?
Roy Jenkins talks to author, social reformer and peer Rabbi Julia Neuberger.
Roy Jenkins visits Ffald-y-Brenin in Pembrokeshire, a centre of Christian renewal.
Roy Jenkins meets Sir Mark Tully, author and broadcaster.
Mary Stallard talks to Bishop Joe Aldred - a Pentecostal leader, theologian and writer.
Roy Jenkins meets Harley Davidson-riding preacher Sean Stillman.
Roy Jenkins speaks to Stuart Windsor, a freedom of religion activist.
Roy Jenkins's guest is Professor Sue Black, a world leading forensic anthropologist.
Ieuan Wyn Jones talks to Roy Jenkins about faith and political beliefs.
Exploring religious faith and the body. What is the body for?
On the eve of the Royal Welsh Show, Roy Jenkins spends a day on a farm in Carmarthenshire.
Roy Jenkins seeks to discover more about the Jehovah's Witness movement.
With Mona Siddiqui - leading academic, commentator and author.
Roy Jenkins meets Professor Alister McGrath, a former atheist and leading Christian writer
Following the tragic events in Woolwich, Roy Jenkins and guests debate multiculturalism.
The story of one woman's understanding of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
Award-winning religious affairs programme.
Roy Jenkins and guests discuss the IF campaign, Enough Food for Everyone.
On Pentecost Sunday, Roy Jenkins and guests explore understandings of the Holy Spirit.
Barry and Margaret Mizen, parents of a murdered son, discuss grief and forgiveness.
Roy Jenkins talks to Lord Indarjit Singh about his life, values and religious faith.
Peter Baker talks about his departure from Wales this week and his church, Highfields.