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  • Folge vom 06.11.2022
    Same-Sex Marriage and the Church of England; Meat-Free Fridays; Bellringing for the King
    It's an issue which has divided the Church of England for decades, and now the Bishop of Oxford, the Right Reverend Dr. Steven Croft has become the most senior cleric in the Church to speak out in favour of same-sex marriage. But will the growing support for the bishop's stance make any difference to the future direction of the church? Ed Stourton explores the issue with Dr Andrew Goddard, he was on the Steering Group for the church's Living and Loving in Faith Project and is a member of the Church of England Evangelical Council, and Ben Bradshaw, a former Labour cabinet minister and practicing Anglican who sits on parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee. Could the Catholic tradition of abstaining from meat on Friday have an impact in tackling climate change? A new study suggests it could potentially reduce carbon emissions. Edward assesses the details with Professor Shaun Lacrom, from the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, and Bishop John Arnold, the environmental lead for the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales. 'Ring for the King' is the campaign to recruit and train thousands of new bellringers ahead of next year's Coronation of King Charles on 6 May. Reporter Mark Hutchings joined a team of bellringers to find out what it takes to become expert in pulling the ropes. And as Remembrance weekend draws near, Major Daljinder Singh Virdee from the Defence Sikh Network explains how he was inspired to develop a version of the Nitnem Gutka Sahib, or daily Prayer Book for Sikhs in the military, after seeing an image of a Sikh soldier in the trenches during the Great War. Photo: Bellringers from St. Woolos Cathedral at St. Basil's Church, Newport. Producers: Jill Collins and Fiona Leach Editor: Tim Pemberton
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  • Folge vom 30.10.2022
    Hindu PM; Brazil elections; Religious relics; Nasheed choir
    We have a new Hindu Prime Minister! It's the first time this has happened in the UK. So how will Rishi Sunak's faith inform his leadership? We find out from two experts. Many are dreading the cost of fuel bills this Winter - but a new faith-led campaign is offering people the chance to use free, safe, warm spaces across the UK. The Warm Welcome campaign, set up by the ChurchWorks Commission, has signed up more 2,200 organisations to the scheme and has an interactive map on its website showing where they are. We hear from one organisation and a young mum who uses it. The trial of Cardinal Zen, the former Catholic bishop of Hong Kong, is re-opening. It comes days after the renewal of the Vatican's provisional agreement with Beijing over the appointment of bishops - a deal which the 90 year old Cardinal has openly criticised. We hear the views of Lord Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong, who is himself a Catholic. And, in what's believed to be the first time in the UK, a cathedral has hosted a performance of Islamic nasheeds. The Bradford Nasheed Choir, which is made up of boys aged between six and 14, combines the Islamic tradition of nasheed, sung with one line of harmony, with the Western tradition of polyphony, so that nasheeds are sung in two, three or four-part harmony. Hussnain Hanif, a well-known nasheed artist, joins us to tell us how the performance went. Presented by Emily Buchanan. Produced by Julia Paul and Fiona Leach.
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  • Folge vom 23.10.2022
    Politics and Trust; Sikh Community Kitchens; Poetry and Faith
    The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has published its final report. One of the key recommendations is for mandatory reporting of child sex abuse, even if that abuse is disclosed to a priest in a confessional. So, what are the implications for those churches with a confessional tradition where confidentiality is sacrosanct? William speaks to bishop Paul Mason, the lead on safeguarding for the Catholic Church in England and Wales. The Sikh community kitchens known as ‘Langar’ are coming under pressure in the current cost of living crisis. As energy and fuel prices continue to rise, so does the demand for free food. Our reporter Nina Robinson visited a Gurdwara in Coventry to see how they are coping as they prepare to feed more than five thousand people over Diwali. The theologian, poet and former archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan Williams has gathered together one hundred poems from the last one hundred years which explore the themes of faith and belief, in ‘A Century of Poetry’. He discusses with William how can poetry help us in our spiritual journeys. And as the Conservative Party get set to appoint a replacement to Liz Truss as the next prime minister, William considers whether the notion of the common good has been lost in the melee of competitive politics, with Daniel Greenberg, the newly appointed Parliament commissioner for standards, Ann Widdecombe, former MP and Dr Alan Smith, bishop of St. Albans and convenor of the Lords Spiritual Producers: Jill Collins and Louise Clarke-Rowbotham Editor: Helen Grady
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  • Folge vom 16.10.2022
    British embassy in Israel; Diwali; Iranian hijab protests.
    Although the Middle East may not currently be high on the prime minister's list of priorities, faith leaders have increasingly been speaking out about her controversial proposal to move the British Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital, and it’s one of the most sensitive issues in their long running conflict. As the BBC's religion reporter Harry Farley explains, if the British Embassy was relocated, it would break with decades of UK foreign policy, which until this point has been that the divided city should host consulates, rather than embassies, until a final peace agreement is reached. Thousands of Ukrainians who fled the war and came to live in the UK with host families for six months are now having to find somewhere new to live. For many host families, it's been a positive experience, but others have found it really difficult sharing their home with their Ukrainian guests. We hear from one refugee who now has to find a new home, and the charity that's helping. In Iran the authorities are doing everything they can to suppress the protests that have blown up since a young woman died after being arrested for - allegedly - violating the law on hijab-wearing. But it hasn't worked. We discuss what the continuing protests mean for the Iranian regime. And across the UK, Hindus, Sikhs and Jains are busy preparing for the festival of Diwali which is just over a week away now. Diwali means 'a row of lights' in Sanskrit and symbolises good over evil and inner light over spiritual darkness. We hear a selection of musicians who will be featured on Radio 3 as part of a special celebration of the festival. Presented by Edward Stourton. Produced by Julia Paul and Amanda Hancox.
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