Listen to some of my programmes
On religion, faith, and ethical questions:
Husbands and Priests, a BBC World Service documentary examining whether we might soon see married priests in the Roman Catholic Church - particularly considering that they exist in pockets of the Catholic fold already.
Witness: Being Black in Nazi Germany, the story of the astonishing Theodor Wonja Michael, who grew up mixed race in 1930s Germany and survived the Nazi terror by appearing as an extra in propaganda films.
Imran Qureshi: Beauty and Carnage. The renowned Pakistani artist in conversation with his friend, French shoe designer Christian Louboutin, for the BBC World Service's arts strand, In the Studio.
Behold the Man: a five-part series of Essays for BBC Radio 3, broadcast during Holy Week 2019. Every day, a different writer tackles a painting at the National Gallery depicting a scene from the last week of Christ's earthly life.
Abdul-Rehman Malik follows a group of future Muslim leaders from Britain as they immerse themselves at the heart of the world's largest church.
Zubeida Malik examines what happens when a Sunni and a Shia Muslim tie the knot.
The Dilemma - Mike Wooldridge talks to people who have had to make some of the most difficult life choices imaginable. Episodes include:
Chad Arnold - the man who accepted a live liver donation from his brother Ryan, only to see Ryan die a few days later.
Trevell Coleman, better known under how rapper name G Dep, who turned himself in for a cold case killing to "get right with God".
Iftikhar Khan, who was abducted and held hostage for 20 days because of his Ahmadi faith.
Esther Ibanga and Khadija Hawaja Gambo, two women from Jos in Northern Nigeria who have joined hands across the Christian-Muslim divide to work for peace.
The people who have to deliver the most difficult message to a family - the news that a loved one has been killed
A Mother's Good Friday: Diane Foley
The mother of James Foley, the first Western hostage killed by IS, on how her faith saw her through - and why she has forgiven her son's unrepentant killer
Winner, Interview of the Year, Sandford St Martin Awards, 2016
Winner, Good Friday Digital, Jerusalem Awards, 2015
The conservative Muslim Gulf state that stands out for its religous tolerance. 2 episodes.
Why has the rift between Sunni and Shia Muslims grown so much wider?
Is anybody inherently evil, rather than just committing evil acts?
HIV/AIDS is rising again in Uganda. Are the churches partly to blame?
Can Christ’s earthly father inspire stepfathers today? Finalist, Jerusalem Awards 2011
The 99 Beautiful Names of Allah
A Muslim reflection on the names of God in the Qur'an
Sikhs recall the storming of the Golden Temple in Amritsar - and its political fall-out
Why Jewish life is flourishing again in Hitler's capital
More of my programmes on religion and faith can be found on the Things Unseen podcast website.
On other issues:
Stories of World War I told through the letters and diaries of ordinary people from different countries
What it means to grow old in different parts of the world in this 'century of ageing'
Do patients suffer unnecessarily because doctors are fearful of being branded the new Harold Shipman?
Straight talk about why the safe sex message is still so often ignored