Ernie Rea and guests discuss the theological roots of the Orange Order.
The bells of St Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide, Australia.
Reverends Richard Coles, Kate Bottley and Giles Fraser swap curate shoptalk.
Andrew Brown asks if the Church of England has become fatally disconnected from society.
Melvyn Bragg talks to Joan Bakewell about his life and beliefs.
Richard Coles on the influence that the Authorised Version of the Bible has had on music.
Journalist Chris Page travels to Africa and meets members of the Ghanaian Orange Order.
Writer and philosopher Roger Scruton talks to Joan Bakewell about his beliefs.
Joan Bakewell meets the House of Commons Speaker's chaplain, the Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin.
Joan Bakewell explores areas of belief with biologist Professor Rupert Sheldrake.
Church bells from St Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide, Australia.
Church bells from St Peters Cathedral, South Australia.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Book of Common Prayer.
James Naughtie tells the story of how King James commissioned a new Bible translation.
Jonathan Freedland examines the result of the EU referendum through the prism of the past.
James Naughtie on the enduring place of the King James Bible in British culture.
Melvyn Bragg examines the 19th century Catholic movement within the Church of England.
Melvyn Bragg investigates the effect of the English Reformation on ordinary people.
James Naughtie on how a committee of Bible translators produced a "national epic.".
Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history