After David Cameron was quizzed about his faith during a Q&A session in Manchester this week, we ask political commentator Charlie Woolf whether politicians should 'do God'?
After David Cameron was quizzed about his faith during a Q&A session in Manchester this we ask political commentator Charlie Woolf whether politicians should 'do God'?
William Crawley talks to Youssef Sidhom, editor of the Cairo based Coptic newspaper 'Watany', about why Coptic Christians are being targeted in post-Morsi Egypt.
Kevin Bocquet reports on the Manchester Eruv and explores how the boundary line which allows Jews to continue essential tasks on the Sabbath is dividing some in the Jewish community.
Were women airbrushed out of Christian history? Professor Kate Cooper talks to William about her new book 'Band of Angels: The Forgotten World of Early Christian Women'.
Bob Walker embarks on St Paul's trail, a 300 mile journey in the footsteps of St Paul, in the first of two dispatches from Turkey.
As Pakistani cartoon 'The Burka Avenger' causes something of a stir in Pakistan, William explores the use of cartoons, comics and superheroes as a vehicle to convey a religious message with cartoonists Alex Baker and Zaineb Latif.
After another weekend of violence on the streets of Belfast, are church leaders in Northern Ireland doing enough make the peace process work? William is joined by Dr Rob Craig Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, Northern Ireland's largest Protestant denomination and the Revd Gary Mason, a methodist minister working in a staunchly Loyalist area of east Belfast.