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Remembering Nagasaki, Amnesty Sex Work Resolution, WW1 Gallipoli

Roisin McAuley and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news and explore the world of culture and ideas.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Sun 9 Aug 2015 08:30


  • Remembering Nagasaki

    Commemorating the dropping the of the atomic bomb 70 years ago

    Duration: 08:26

  • Pope Francis on Divorce

    Michael Kelly, editor of the Irish Catholic on the Pope's stance on divorce

    Duration: 05:47

  • Innocent until proven guilty?

    Hannah Bows & Briedge Gadd discuss the blame culture

    Duration: 07:59

  • The nun who inspired U2

    Sister Anne Carr talks about her work in Malawi & meeting Bono

    Duration: 06:08

  • Julie Bindel

    Julie Bindel discusses Amnesty's proposed decriminalisation of sex workers

    Duration: 05:53

  • A Sinner in Mecca

    Parvez Sharma talks about his documentary A Sinner in Mecca

    Duration: 09:28

  • Main Debate: Should Sex Work be Decriminalised?

    Main debate disussing Amnesty's upcoming proposed resolution to decriminalise sex work

    Duration: 57:12

  • Freedom of Conscience

    Dr.Richard O'Leary from the Faith & Marriage equality group

    Duration: 39:57

  • Ilan Pappe

    Israeli historian Ilan Pappe gives his view on the Israeli-Palestinian relationship

    Duration: 09:27

  • 10th Irish Division in Gallipoli

    Stephen Sandford & Tim Bowman discuss the Irish involvement in Gallipoli

    Duration: 09:01

World War One at Home

For more BBC features on the Irish involvement in World War One please click here


  • Sun 9 Aug 2015 08:30