24th November 2018

Sunday Sequence, November 25th 2018

As EU leaders meet in Brussels and the DUP meets in Belfast, BBC political correspondent, Mark Devenport on latest developments in a political saga. Why Church and State are clashing in Greece. Repelling, indeed killing, would-be visitors - the uncontacted tribes of the Andaman Islands. Why cash might be the best kind of foreign aid. We discuss  'Astral Weeks', Van Morrison's mystical, enigmatic first album - released 50 years ago this week. And Lauren Booth - daughter of actor Tony Booth and half-sister to Cherie Blair - on why she became a Muslim.