How the unstinting, courageous effort of one man made history.
Harold Harker takes a look at the life of German Protestant Reformer Martin Bucer.
Historian Arthur Patrick unpicks one of the rich strands of Christian history.
Every word has an origin. Harold Harker takes us to the place "protestant" became a way to describe a large part of Christianity.
Harold Harker explores some of the sites of Christian history in London, planned Olympic host for 2012.
Reflecting on the bold life of Martin Luther, Arthur Patrick explores how the light of God's Word was allowed to shine in the dark.
Arthur Patrick reveals the heart of a man willing to die-being burned at the stake-for his beliefs.
Arthur Patrick explores the lifework of William Tyndale, who said, "As a good surgeon cutteth away a putrefyed member, for the love he hath for the hole body, least it infecte the others members adjoynge to it."
Travel back in time with Arthur Patrick to an English churchyard in 1428. As robed churchmen watch intently, a man's bones are unearthed and thrown on a blazing fire. Why must all memory of him be destroyed?
Wittenberg, the small town that had a huge influence on the world
One way to know where a culture or civilisation has been is to look at the sites of its history.
A look at this beautiful city's religious history.