Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
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70 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - what are rights in 2018?
Is space exploration essential or would the cash be better spent fixing earth's problems?
Is cash the best medicine for Africa's ills? A fascinating experiment into how effective different types of aid programmes actually are. And touching the skies and maybe heaven too - Van Morrison's Astral Weeks is fifty years old, this week.
How life as a Christian minister can lead to some unlikely friendships
How does the First World War continue to shape our idea of our past, present and future?
Why is peace in N.I. not celebrated more? Is it because we're still not at peace with ourselves and our neighbours?
The forgotten women of the twentieth Century - forgotten no more.
Do benefits work or do they keep people in poverty?
Breidge Gadd, Ed Tullett and Prof Phil Scraton discuss prison in the 21st century
When it comes to sectarianism, are churches part of the problem or part of the solution?
Can a Christian politician stay true to their beliefs?
Will the rise in robotics and A.I. lead to a fourth industrial revolution?
How victims and survivors of political conflicts can make a vital contribution to peace
As Church collections shrivel, do we expect too much from them for life's big events?
Our panel discuss the interactions between foreign trade and foreign aid.
Our panel discuss the future of the Church as Pope Francis visits Ireland