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The Berlin Wall

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Roy Jenkins discusses the impact of that event on religious practice and cultural identity in the countries of eastern Europe. His guests include former East German Sven Lauch, Fr Artur Strzepka, Tobias Cremer and Geraldine Fagan.

Rhiannon Lloyd

Psychiatrist Dr Rhiannon Lloyd from has brought together sworn enemies in countries such as Rwanda, Ukraine and Congo. She talks to Roy Jenkins about her life, her faith, and her work in the field of reconciliation.

Garin Jenkins

Another chance to hear former Wales hooker Garin Jenkins talking to Roy Jenkins about his life, rugby career and Christian faith. This programme was first broadcast in 2015.

Modern Slavery

In all probability somebody not so far from you is living in slavery, and if you use a mobile phone or a computer then the likelihood is that you have benefitted from slave labour across the globe. Roy Jenkins investigates this growing problem in Wales and the wider world, and asks what faith communities are doing to address it. Taking part in the programme are the UK's former anti-trafficking commissioner Kevin Hyland; Ali Ussery, founder of the Colwyn Bay organisation Haven of Light; Kathy Betteridge, Director of Anti-trafficking and Modern Slavery at the Salvation Army; and photographer and youth pastor Jane Lasonder, who is based in Penarth. This programme was first broadcast in June 2019.

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