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Perfect Human

Perfect Human

Josephine Quintavalle and Abrey de Grey discuss the ethics of designing the human species.

Evolution: God to Science

Evolution: God to Science

In the past we believed that God created the world. Nowadays most people in the UK believe that evolution brought us here. Science has taken over, but where is it going?

Buddhism Can Solve It All

Buddhism Can Solve It All

Tibetan monk Geshi Tashi Tsering explains the basic principles of Buddhism and how it can be used to promote peace.

My Decision: The Philosopher

My Decision: The Philosopher

Laura investigates what rights women have when it comes to abortion, and whether she agrees with those rights or not. Here she talks to a philosopher about his opinion.

Organ Donors

Organ Donors

TrueTube challenges the public on their opinions of organ donation, asking: whether or not they have a donor card; whether they’d be comfortable with giving others their organs; and if it’s right for the government to change the laws on organ donation.

Faith in You

Faith in You – Religion: a pathway to truth or a cause of world conflict? Young people from around the country give their views and explain what faith and religion mean to them.

The Story Of Skanda Vale

The Story Of Skanda Vale – Brother Michael tell us about the origins of Skanda Vale and its impact on the community. Can all religions truly exist and work together?

Should You Give?

Should You Give? – What do the public feel about beggars? Should we give to them or not?

Death Row: The Victim’s Wife

Death Row: The Victim’s Wife – A woman whose husband was murdered in Texas three weeks after their wedding, expresses her views on capital punishment. One of the men, Michael Johnson, escaped the death penalty by committing suicide. She reveals how she felt cheated by his decision to take his own life.