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Consulting the Oracle
David Sneath reports from North India on the State Oracle of Tibet.
Religion in the Digital Age
Religion apps: Daily prayer and the devil's data
Peace and prayer on your phone - at the price of your data
Finding and losing my faith online
The young faith influencers using social media to connect with like-minded others
Take me to VR church
Attending a VR church service & how VR is preserving the memories of Holocaust survivors.
What's the role of artificial intelligence in faith and worship?
The Buddhist temple treating drug addiction
The Tattooist of Jerusalem
Wassim Razzouk's family have been tattooing pilgrims to Jerusalem for more than 500 years
Faith in lockdown France
How different faiths are bringing worship and comfort to their communities.
The Right Thing
The inseparable twins
Ibrahima faced a terrifying choice - to separate his conjoined twins or risk losing them
Joshua Wong: Standing up to a superpower
Joshua Wong on what he sees as the right thing in his fight against Beijing’s influence
Reflections on Faith in a Global Crisis
John McCarthy brings together reflections from people of faith around the world
Could nurturing compassion mean the world emerges as a kinder place?
John McCarthy hears reflections and insights from people of faith on solitude
John McCarthy brings together reflections from people around the world
John McCarthy shares the reflections of people of faith around the world during a pandemic
Redemption in recycling
How a Philadelphia husband and wife are helping ex-offenders reintegrate into society
Surfers honour death with a paddle-out. Hear stories from Hawaii, Cape Town and Cornwall
USA: A discussion about race
Is the use of violence in the pursuit of a greater good ever acceptable?
The pastor and the prime minister
John Laurenson travels to Hungary where there is a war over the meaning of Christianity
The divinity of Haile Selassie
How did the Ethiopian King Haile Selassie become the god for the Rastafari community?
Vipassana: 240 hours of silence
Inside the world of vipassana meditation - 10 days of demanding, illuminating silence
Burying the dead in New York City
Funeral director Clive Anderson has been struggling to deal with new Coronavirus cases.
Will coronavirus change my faith?
Sodaba Haidare looks at how different faiths will change post pandemic
Zoroastrianism and death
The religious duty of every Zoroastrian is to focus on life, even at the time of death
Will God protect me?
What does it mean to ask "God to keep you safe" in the time of a pandemic?
Fruit of thy womb
Many religions revere child bearing – how does this affect women unable to conceive?
Faith versus the virus: Pakistan’s struggle
The struggle between science and faith in Pakistan during the Coronavirus pandemic
Last year Father Joe Gormley spoke out against Lyra McKee’s murder in Northern Ireland.
The lives of female Qur'an reciters
Around the world, attitudes differ towards female voices reciting the Qur'an in public
The US elections: A faith perspective
What role will faith play in determining who will become the next US President?
Testifying against a Neo-Nazi
Two friends discuss standing up to someone who wants to kill you because of your faith.
Russia's persecuted Jehovah’s Witnesses
Hundreds of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia are currently being prosecuted for their faith
Is this Egypt’s #MeToo moment?
Salma El-Wardany on the movement calling out the culture of sexual assault in Egypt.
The living water
Why is water so important in the lives of believers
Catholic women and the US elections
Catholic women explain how faith influenced their vote in the US Presidential election.
Converts amongst the conflict in Belarus
In Belarus, Alina Isachenka meets Orthodox worshippers who have converted to Catholicism
The Canadian Uighurs
Canadian Uighurs tell Idil Mussa about those who have been through Chinese re-education.
Jonestown: From socialism to slaughter - Part one
How over 900 Peoples Temple members came to die in the Guyanese jungle
Jonestown: From socialism to slaughter - Part two
Jesus' identity and colour has taken on a new significance in this year of protest.
To Santa from Shanghai
Unwrapping the myriad meanings of Santa Claus in the “official home of Santa”, Rovaniemi
Coping with grief
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the UK’s Chief Rabbi discuss coping with losing a child
Malta: The island where abortion is a crime
Sophia Smith Galer explores the strength of feeling around abortion in Malta
Three months to save my son's life
We follow the parents of a boy with a genetic disorder as they try to save his life
The Right Thing: Saving the man who shot me
Shot in ‘revenge’ for 9/11, Rais Bhuiyan tried to save his attacker’s life
The Right Thing: A life worth living?
A Down’s syndrome diagnosis leads to hard choices and a complicated journey