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The wind phone
In Japan an unusual phone booth has become a place where the living can call the dead
Football and belief for Egypt's Copts
Why are there no Christians in Egypt's football team?
Rebuilding Notre Dame
The Notre Dame fire has re-awakened France's Christian faith
Heart and Soul Gathering
Heart and Soul Gathering: Birmingham, Alabama
What role do black churches have in the fight for social justice today?
Nuala McGovern is in Rome to hear what young Catholics want from their Church
Marriage in Israel
Why is religious marriage the only option in Israel?
Young Muslims in France
Young people in Paris discuss what it’s like to be young, French and Muslim
Religion and climate change in Nairobi
How can religion help in the fight against climate change and protect the environment?
Rwanda’s Muslims 25 years after the genocide
Rwanda's Muslim converts after witnessing the genocide
A spiritual awareness from space
Can seeing Earth from space make the world a better place?
Walking on a hot coil
The Hindu festival of self-injuring to ask the gods for a good harvest.
My faith and my large family
Is it selfish to want lots of children?
The Last Supper
What makes Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece so powerful?
The pilgrim paths of Ireland
Stories from pilgrims walking the ancient pilgrim path St.Kevin’s Way in County Wicklow
Our daily bread
The nuns of The Holy Monastery of the Honorable Forerunner up high in the Greek mountains
Saving Ethiopia’s church forests
With so much of the country's native forest lost, the church forests represent hope
A believer’s guide to atheism
Believers in God need atheists to challenge their beliefs, says a former atheist
Alabama: America’s battleground
Two womens shared faith but have opposing views on abortion
The cowboy church of Texas
Deep in the heart of Texas, we find out why cowboy churches are on the rise
Husbands and priests
Could the Catholic church soon allow married men to become priests?
100 Women: Venerable Dhammananda
Called the 'rebel Monk' The Venerable Dhammananda is the first Thai female Buddhist monk
100 Women: Chely Wright
Chely Wright the gay, Christian country star
100 Women: Assmaah Helal
Fighting football's ban on the hijab - and winning
Brexit faith borders
Brexit uncertainty for Ireland's Christians
Joining the mosque I planned to destroy
Richard McKinney planned to bomb the mosque he now prays at
Shruti Chauhan is joined by a new group each week to discuss the issues that affect them.
E03: "Do you have a poo in labour?"
Meet the midwife, Anita Scott answers the girls questions.
Anoushka Williams, Vicky Letch and guests - The rewards and challenges of being a parent.
Greg James and Jojo Moyes
Football trailblazer Casey Stoney and entrepreneur and adventurer Amar Latif
How do today’s families deal with break-ups? What issues do “blended families” face?