In this year's Faith in the World week we explore growing up in a multi-faith Britain.
Richard tells Chris about the multicultural faux-pas of growing up in 1970's Kettering.
Maureen reflects on her Jewish childhood and life at school.
Ruth tells Chris about her days as a professional clown.
Steve recounts the inspiring story of a pastor in Tennessee.
"I realised my old template of what it was to be British no longer fitted the reality."
"A faith does not lose its distinctiveness by sharing with others."
"The world was never made to be monochrome."
Tommy Sandhu goes to Brick Lane to ask people where they get their moral standards.
Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya speaks to Olly Smith.
Sarah considers the media's reaction to Nadiya winning the Great British Bake Off.
Having been brought up in Yorkshire, Michaela reflects on her move down to the South.
Co-founder of parenting site Mumsnet Carrie Longton speaks to Radio 2's Olly Smith.
Anjum Anwar from Blackburn Cathedral speaks to Radio 2's Olly Smith.
Chaz Singh and his daughter Amrit are in a tiny minority
George founded Newcastle’s reform synagogue
How has the acceptance of Mormons changed over the years
Jamie leads the Salvation Army and Luke is a youth pastor at the Eldad Elim Church.
Make-up and hair-dos for Sikh girls growing up in Slough
Josh explains to his Dad Daniel why he thinks Facebook is useful to express your faith
Talking about faith and discussing is it ‘cool’ or ‘uncool’ to be a Christian at school
How Christian worship music varies from different church denominations and generations
Wehid, Fatima and Ibrahim discuss the compromises they make in a multi-faith country
Sajat and daughter Haniah share their different Islamic upbringing
Alex and Clinton are pagans who’ve seen changes in the way their faith is accepted