Jehovah's Witness investigation, Mental health chaplains, The art of being still
Religious and ethical news. Trevor Barnes goes inside the oldest psychiatric hospital in Britain to meet the mental health chaplains who work there.
The Sunday programme investigates allegations that the Jehovah's Witness ordered the destruction of documents that could be used during the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Was this in contravention of Section 21 of the Inquiries Act 2005 which is punishable by imprisonment?
Katy Watson reports from Mexico City as Pope Francis begins his historic trip there.
As the BBC launches a series of programmes about mental health, Trevor Barnes goes inside the oldest psychiatric hospital in Britain to meet the mental health chaplains who work there.
Rosie Dawson explores the Christian festival of Lent through the mindful reflection of art in six of Manchester's most iconic venues.
A new book by Rev Steve Chalke, founder of the youth and community charity Oasis, claims initiatives to 'prevent' young people from being exposed to negative and dangerous radicalisation can only go so far.
The Church of England say they have 'won the war' on payday loan companies. William asks Eric Leenders from the British Bankers Association who was on the Archbishop's task group what they achieved and how.
Pope in Mexico
Reporter Katy Watson on the Pope's five day visit to Mexico
Rosie Dawson explores the Christian festival of Lent through the mindful reflection of art
The Church of England say they have 'won the war' on payday loan companies
Panorama investigates letters between Pope John Paul and some of his close female friends
Could those suffering from mental illness be unable to gain access to a hospital chaplain?
Author Rev Steve Chalke on preventing young people from being exposed to radicalisation
Jehovah's Witness Records
Sunday investigates allegations that the Jehovah's Witness destroyed documents