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Last update: 2013-06-23

ATC: Mona Siddiquie

2013-06-23 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

With guest Mona Siddiquie , leading academic, commentator and author of ‘Christians, Muslims and Jesus’.…

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ATC: Alister McGrath

2013-06-16 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins meets Professor Alister McGrath, a scientist and once, by his own reckoning ‘a Rottweiler sort of atheist’ who is now one of the country’s leading Christian writers,…

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ATC: Has Multiculturism Failed in Britain

2013-06-09 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

A former fundamentalist Muslim and a Bishop join Roy Jenkins to debate on whether multiculturism has failed in Britain.…

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ATC: Get Me to Gethsemane

2013-06-02 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Gauri Taylor-Nayar shares her moving story of love, loss, music and faith.…

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ATC: Enough food for everyone IF

2013-05-26 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

One person in eight in our world still goes to bed hungry, and when the G8 group of leaders meet in Northern Ireland next month they will be faced with a stark challenge - what are you going to do about it? Roy Jenkins and guests discuss the ‘Enough food for everyone IF’ campaign.…

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ATC: Holy Spirit Phenomenon

2013-05-19 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins explores understandings of the Holy Spirit in today’s world, including views on the current “outpouring” in a church in Cwmbran.…

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ATC: Barry and Margaret Mizen

2013-05-12 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins meets a couple who have endured every parent’s worst nightmare, the murder of their child. Five years ago this month, Jimmy Mizen was murdered in a London bakery on the morning after his sixteenth birthday. The response of this deeply committed Catholic couple has amazed many. They’ve been working through their grief in a range of practical reconciliation and community projects - visiting schools, prisons and youth clubs, promoting anger management and stress awareness, and starting the Café of Good Hope…

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ATC: Lord Indarjit Singh

2013-05-05 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins’ guest is Lord Indarjit Singh, one of the best-known Sikhs living in Britain. In All Things Considered he talks about growing up in Birmingham, his career in mining engineering, and his experience of racial prejudice both in Britain and in India. A prominent campaigner, and editor of the Sikh Messenger, he talks to Roy about the importance of his Sikh values in counteracting inequality, racial prejudice and religious intolerance.…

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ATC: Peter Baker

2013-04-28 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Peter Baker, who’s presented this programme for over 10 years, talks about his departure from Wales this week and the phenomenal growth of Highfields church, of which he's pastor, which now has over 1000 worshippers on a Sunday.…

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ATC: Christopher Jamison

2013-04-21 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins meets Christopher Jamison possibly the best known monk in Britain.…

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ATC: Advanced School of the Supernatural

2013-04-14 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

David & Greta Peters, who run Spirit Life Ministries in New Zealand, talk to Roy Jenkins about their Advanced School of the Supernatural,of the personal tragedies that brought them together and their understandings of the Holy Spirit, hope and healing.…

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ATC: The Blood of the Martyrs

2013-04-07 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins meets Pru and Stuart Bell whose missionary great grandparents were killed during the Boxer Rebellion in China over 100 years ago and became honoured as Christian martyrs.…

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ATC: Making Music Changing Lives

2013-03-31 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Making Music Changing Lives - a project aimed at transforming the lives of children in a deprived area of Cardiff.…

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ATC: RS Thomas Priest and Poet

2013-03-24 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Marking the centenary of the birth of priest and poet R.S. Thomas. What accounts for the enduring appeal of his poetry? How much do we know of his own faith? And was he really as dour as legend suggests?   …

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ATC: Leadership

2013-03-17 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

As Catholics around the world welcome their new Pope and Anglicans prepare for the enthronement of the new Archbishop of Canterbury, on All Things Considered this week Roy Jenkins and guests explore the question of leadership in religious and secular society. What are the qualities we look for in our leaders? How have our expectations of those in authority changed over the years? And in an age of instant communication is the charisma of our leaders as important as their character?    …

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ATC: Women and Faith

2013-03-10 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

To mark Mothering Sunday Roy Jenkins and guests explore the issues surrounding women and faith. A Muslim barrister, a Jewish educator and one of the most senior Anglican clerics in Wales discuss life within their respective faith communities,…

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ATC: Chrisianophobia / Holy Places

2013-03-03 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins speaks to Rupert Shortt author of ‘Chrisianophobia: A Faith Under Attack’ And as BBC 4 launches the TV series ‘Pagans and Pilgrims: Britain’s Holiest Places’, we discuss the place of Holy sites and pilgrimage in today’s society.…

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ATC: Infected by Hope

2013-02-24 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins guest is Jeff Williams, who retires this month after 23 years as head of Christian Aid in Wales, during which time he has worked alongside landless families in Brazil, accompanied community groups in Honduras in danger from death squads and offered hope to people whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters.…

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ATC: The Pope's Resignation

2013-02-17 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins and guests discuss the repercussions of the Pope's unexpected resignation.…

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ATC: Giles Fraser - Colourful Maverick

2013-02-10 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Giles Fraser, who famously and controversially resigned as Canon Chancellor over the church's handling of the Occupy protest outside St. Paul’s Cathedral, talks about his journey from atheism to belief, the Occupy London protest and same sex marriage.…

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ATC: Holocaust Survivor Part 2

2013-02-03 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

The second of a two part All Things Considered programme in which Peter Baker meets Ellen Davis, who as a Jewish child was forced to flee from Nazi Germany and eventually found refuge in Swansea…

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ATC: Holocaust Survivor part 1

2013-01-27 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 28s

For many The Holocaust was a defining episode of 20th Century world history, but for others, it is a personal chapter of their lives; one which tested their faith in humanity and in God. To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, there’s another chance to hear the first of a two part All Things Considered programme in which Peter Baker meets Ellen Davis, a survivor of the Holocaust, who as a child was forced to flee from Nazi Germany and eventually found refuge in Swansea…

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ATC: Passing on Faith

2013-01-20 :: BBC Radio Wales
Length: 27s

Roy Jenkins and a panel of guests discuss how faith communities go about passing on their faith to the next generation. What are they doing to reach out to the young, how successful are they being and is passing on religious tradition really so important?…

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BBC All Things Considered

Award-winning series exploring religious, spiritual and moral issues. All Things Considered adopts a variety of formats, from documentary to interview and discussion, but is always revealing. Broadcast weekly on BBC Radio Wales on Sundays at 9 AM and Thursdays at 5.30 AM.

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