'Some of the fundamental questions religion asks are: What kind of world do we live in? What, if anything, does God demand of me?' Dr Jonathan Moo talks to Nigel Bovey about climate change and human responsibility.
Professor Douglas Lauffenburger, Head of the Biological Engineering at MIT, talks to Nigel Bovey about his scientific research into cancer, and the personal faith which gives his life meaning and helps him to improve the world.
In the near future, our world will probably be populated by artificial intelligence and robots. How will this affect work, relationships and religion? Nigel Bovey talks to Dr Beth Singler of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge.
Sir Brian Heap, biologist and project leader of B4FA (Biosciences for Farming in Africa) talks to Nigel Bovey about the science and ethics behind population growth, environmental sustainability and climate change.