Gangland funerals; Jewish women's abuse helpline; Grenfell two years on.
Gangland funerals, Jewish women's abuse helpline and faith and the fire - Grenfell two years on.
Two years after Grenfell we hear about the role that faith plays in the lives of those still fighting for justice and overcoming the trauma of the worst UK residential fire since the Second World War. We hear why the Archbishop of Dublin has called for an end to gangland-style funerals and why some fear his statement could put local priests at risk. And as a new helpline for Jewish women suffering sexual abuse is launched, we hear from the head of Jewish Women's Aid about the cultural and religious reasons why Jewish women take over 11 years to seek help.
For more information about the helpline please find the link at the bottom of the programme page.
Producers: Catherine Earlam
Editor: Amanda Hancox