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The Today programme should hang its head in shame this morning for simplifying a complex and crucial debate

The BBC programme was desperate to present this issue as a fight between reasonable progressive scientists and archaic church leaders

Evelyn Waugh (PA)

Waugh was as politically incorrect as it is possible to be

Chris Woodhead, pictured in 2000 (PA)

But we who believe that life is sacred must never ‘pontificate’ to those who don’t share our convictions

There will be a 'picnic protest' on the tubes on Monday (PA)

This is one feminist bandwagon we should happily jump on

General Sir Peter Wall, head of the British army said that the army should look like society

We should not be training women in close combat roles

The English chemist and physicist Michael Faraday (PA)

The pioneering scientist said: ‘There is nothing so frightening as someone who knows they are right’

Benedict XVI

The Catholic liberal elite dominate the corporation

For atheists, death is the only point of life – that is Christianity’s great selling point

While we should, like Steve Jobs, live every day like it was our last, we should never allow our lives to be defined by this ‘one appalling fact’

The Pope records the address in an antechamber of the Paul VI Hall after Wednesday's general audience

Pope makes historic broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Sherlock Holmes

Why Sherlock Holmes played the violin

Sherlock Holmes, Rilke and Mozart help illuminate the unconscious on BBC Radio 4