First transmitted in 1990, this is a film about the psychology of warfare and killing. It includes interviews with soldiers who have killed in the Falklands and other wars. Show more
A tribute to the deceased pontiff, Pope John Paul II, from his early days as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla of Krakow, to his ascent to the papacy.
In this report, Peter France meets Christians who believe it is possible to be gay, despite the Church's pronouncement that homosexuality is a 'grievous sin'. (1977) Show more
Scientists are keen to investigate the miracle fever gripping Italy and are meeting theologians at the Pope's Summer palace to see if they can sign a peace treaty.
The programme follows the visit of four Manchester women to Medjugorje, a Marian shrine near the Croatian war zone and interviews visionaries Vicka and Marija.
A special programme to celebrate the life and work of Mother Teresa who died on the 5 September 1997.
Following the day-to-day business of four very different and extraordinary faith healers, including the dowsing healer used by the Duchess of York.
A portrait of Sir Harry Secombe as he struggles to recover from a major stroke which has left him paralysed down one side of his body.
Peter France traces the hippies of ten years ago - including Dr Timothy Leary, Felix Dennis, Mick Farren and Vashti Bunyan - to find out how they are living today. (1978) Show more
In Europe and the USA, various groups and individuals are preparing for the end of the world. Noam Chomsky explains why he feels doomsday theories are taking a hold. (1996) Show more