4th March 2017

Sunday Sequence, March 5th, 2017

Former presbyterian moderator, Norman Hamilton, and Father Martin Magill - regular contributors to Sunday Sequence - on the moral imperatives for the new Assembly. From 'boy meets girl' and nature does the rest, to embryos created from stem cells - we discuss the ethics of medical technology and ask if misplaced feelings hold us back from preventing human suffering. Former Assembly chief executive, Trevor Reaney, tells us why he went biking in Rwanda.
The monk who's been recording data for Met Eireann for 68 years - Brother James O'Hare on weather-watching. Islam in Belfast - a portrait of the Muslim community. The re-discovery of a County Down graveyard hiding centuries of shared local history. And the first Monastery in Meath since the days of Henry VIII.