Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
Updated: 57 min 5 sec ago
Words can be healing or harmful. Do we all need to take more care with what we say?
The cult of celebrity is everywhere, from sun kissed islands to the Australian jungle, encompassing authors, footballers and those with no discernible talent. Is it a good thing?
Jonathon Porritt says the heat waves we are experiencing will become more frequent, more intense and are due to man-made climate change
Just what do we expect from a church these days and are we willing to pay for it?
It's 50 years since humans first set foot on the moon, how has it changed our world?
A discussion on making a positive place online and John E Douglas the FBIs "Mindhunter"
What should we morally give up to combat climate change?
The Vatican this week raised the idea of ordaining older married men as priests, albeit solely in the Amazon's remote areas. Is that the beginning of a seismic change?
Is the school curriculum appropriate to the needs of life and work? And should religion always be part of that or should it be left to the church and home?
70 years since George Orwell published his novel '1984', how close to reality is it now?
Audrey Carville talks about mercy, justice, forgiveness and how we all react to trauma.
Baroness Eileen Paisley reflects on life, unity and living without Ian
What, if anything, has changed in our mental health status over the years?
What does it mean to live a good life today? Is it possible in the modern world?
As life expectancy continues to grow, the cost to the state of an older population is increasingly occupying the minds of politicians. Are we living too long for our own good?
Who has responsibility to create a society of hope?