Capturing the nation in conversation. Conversations with the theme of religion.
June discusses the loss of her husband with daughter Sam, two years on from his death.
Two friends from different faiths reflect on what unites them.
Dusty talks with Margaret about being Gay and their shared faith.
Linda and Ruona talk about the tradition of circumcision for new born babies.
A friendship made at the running club is a friendship made in heaven.
Margaret and Rob talk about how the French language has figured in both their lives.
Deborah and her son discuss what it's like to be a Jehovah's Witness.
Roger & Nigel discuss religious faith, following a group discussion at Everest base camp.
Brothers Simon and John may never agree on the subject of God.
Friends Diane and Mags discuss how their work has changed how they see their faith.
Doctors believed Harold was too ill to live. Today he is a "walking miracle".
13-year-old Karl talks to his step-dad about his recent Bar Mitzvah.
Eight-year-old schoolfriends Ben and Charlie discuss their dearly departed pets.
Friends Lynn and Rachel have never talked about the death of Lynn's daughter Eleanor.
AJ marks Ramadan every year by fasting. He tells his friend Natalie what it's like.
Flavia can think of no better way for her daughter Afshan to live than to get married.
Anne remembers meeting Betty during the Holy Cross primary school dispute in Belfast.
Rev Alison is joined by her daughters to discuss her move to a new life in Australia.
Oby and Rebekah were raised as Jehovah's Witnesses. They discuss what this meant to them.
Friends Catherine and Liz discuss growing up with parents who met while a priest and nun.
Mabel talks to her son JD about how terrorism in Northern Ireland has impacted her life.
Carol talks to son James about how she felt during his heart transplant.
Cath and Ken discuss the impact alcohol had on their relationship.
Mubina tells her friend Muleya why she believes that miracles can come true.