Jane Little with the religious and ethical news of the week. Moral arguments and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar.
The Muslim Brotherhood have announced they will be fielding a candidate in the presidential elections in Egypt interview on the consequences of this with Omar Ashur from Exeter University
A chapter of Cistercian monks on an island near the French Mediterranean town of Cannes are moving into the luxury wine and restaurant business. John Laurenson reports on the ideas and the food.
A new report from Cafod a thousand days ahead of the Millennium Development Goals asks where governments are failing to meet targets Director of Advocacy Neil Thorns
Feature about the New York cab drivers who sing Sufi poetry as they drive the city streets.
Interview with Chaplain, Lt Col Jon Scott Trainer from Afghanistan on how troops cope at family times like Easter and what role does the chaplain play?
At Easter last year around 1000 Anglicans were received into the English Ordinariate. Trevor Barnes returns to Kent to see how those who left the Anglican Church of St Barnabas have fared in their new home and also what has happened to the church they left behind.
A round up from around the country of choirs preparing to sing "The People's Passion" and an interview with Kenneth Francis the Director of the Jersey choir.
Discussion about resurrection and immortality with author of a new book on the subject, Stephen Cave, and theologian Alistair McGrath