Sheila Dillon looks at the role food plays in different faiths.
Jonathan Sumption argues that courts have usurped power via human rights law
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks explains why faith survives.
Former NHS chief executive Nigel Crisp sets out his vision for a health-creating society.
Reverend Edward Norman contemplates if human rights are the newest form of Commandments.
Wole Soyinka explores the notion of dignity within a climate of fear.
Trade versus human rights - should we be squeamish about dealing with repressive regimes?
David Cannadine argues that dividing peoples according to their civilisation is nonsense.
The conflict between religious belief and human rights law.
Melvyn Bragg examines how a dominant power can exert a cultural influence on its empire.
Melvyn Bragg explores Matthew Arnold's ideas about culture being a powerful force for good
Aditya Chakrabortty investigates the origins and impact of the word diversity.
Frank Cottrell Boyce explores the impact of WWI on religion at home and at the front.
Kathy Willis examines the importance of green landscapes, parks and gardens.
Neil MacGregor considers the state of human rights - with a David Hockney print.
Edward Stourton chairs a debate on issues surrounding human dignity.
Crystal Mahey-Morgan discusses Marlon James' recent comments on diversity in publishing.
James Bridle asks how computer networks will affect cultural memories.
Joan Bakewell meets Reform Judaism's new Movement Rabbi, Laura Janner-Klausner.
Melvyn Bragg charts the rise of mass culture in the 20th century.
Melvyn Bragg examines how our collective and individual ways of remembering have changed.
Professor Ralf Dahrendorf discusses the concept of difference and averages.
Historian Professor Fara Dabhoiwala explores the origins of religious freedom of speech.
As the sales get underway, Ernie Rea's guests discuss religion and consumerism.
Andrew Brown explores how believers and sceptics see the role of religion.
Melvyn Bragg explores the areas of conflict and agreement between science and religion.
Melvyn Bragg looks at how cyberspace has introduced a new concept of space in our world.
Mark Lawson and guests debate what now shapes our cultural choices - critics or clicks?
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Professor Arnold Toynbee considers the psychological effects of culture.