8th July 2017

Sunday Sequence, July 9th 2017

Trade Unionist, Bumper Graham, tells us why he'll spend much of his retirement in Africa, protecting elephants and rhino and other endangered animals, and why he's licenced to kill poachers. The 1932 Outdoor Relief Riots in Belfast, when Catholics and Protestants joined forces against the police and the state. When and how twelve Presbyterian congregants smashed a church organ. We discuss the high rate of re-offending by young law-breakers. And books that speak to the soul - 'Evening Thoughts' by eco-thologian and cosmologist, Thomas Berry, and the poetry of Pulitzer prize winner, Mary Oliver.