Radio & Television
Appearances by Programme members on radio and television are listed below, with links to the media where they are available.
Holocaust Memorial Day
28 January 13
Radio 4 Sunday
Listen to Religion and Society project holder Prof Robert Hoffman speaking on Radio 4
Women in Sikhism
22 January 13
Beyond Belief Radio 4
Listen to Religion and Society Project holder, Navtej Purewal.
The fundamental message of Sikhism appears to be simple; God is one and all people are equal. But are some more equal than others? If the Sikh scriptures are consistent with a feminist agenda, why do some Sikh women feel that they are second class citizens?
Joining Ernie to discuss the position of women within the Sikh tradition are Navtej Purewal, Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at Manchester University; Eleanor Nesbitt, Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Education in the University of Warwick; and Nicky Guninder Kaur Singh, Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Colby College Waterville Maine in the USA.
Spirituality without religion?
09 January 13
Programme Director, Linda Woodhead, takes part in a discussion about spirituality as distinct from religion on BBC Radio 3 Night Waves programme.
The consequences of the Church's approach to sexuality and gender equality
15 September 12
Ruth Gledhill, Times religion correspondent, interviews Programme Director Professor Linda Woodhead on the Church of England's approach to sexuality and gender equality at the BBC Religion and Ethics's RE:Think festival in Salford in September 2012.
30 September 12
Programme Director Professor Linda Woodhead discusses the Anglican Back to Church Sunday initiative on BBC Radio Lancashire's Sunday morning show (feature from 2 hours 8 mins in, available to listen again until 6 October 2012).
Mike George - Sunday Breakfast
30 September 12
Programme Director Professor Linda Woodhead discusses the Anglican Back to Church Sunday initiative on BBC Radio Shropshire's Sunday morning show (feature from 1 hour 3 mins in, available to listen again until 6 October 2012).