Religion Shows

The Naked Pilgrim

The Naked Pilgrim

Brian Sewell, Britain's most famous and best-loved art critic and historian, makes the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. His remarkable journey is at turns moving and hilarious.
6 Episodes
TVF Media
Who Wrote the New Testament?

Who Wrote the New Testament?

Using interviews with biblical scholars with varying views as well as examinations of historical artefacts, the series uncovers what is currently known about the history behind the New Testament.
3 Episodes
Reel
Ancient Megastructures

Ancient Megastructures

Certain landmarks have captured the imagination and awe of modern-day architects and engineers around the world as they work to solve the mystery of how their ancient forebears were able to construct such beautiful, timeless and revolutionary structures with none of the machines and materials available to modern engineers.
2 Episodes
Reel
The Last Templar

The Last Templar

An ancient decoder has been stolen from a collection of Vatican art. When an archaeologist discovers its connection to the history of the Knights Templar she enlists the help of a detective to find it before it falls into the wrong hands.
2 Episodes
Reel
Secret Lives of Women

Secret Lives of Women

Examine the little-known, fringe subcultures of some women in America. It includes wide-ranging themes, from shopaholics, to plastic surgery, eating disorders and sex.
1 Episode
Via Vision
ANYDOKO Shorts

ANYDOKO Shorts

The best pieces of the world in bite-size format.
1 Episode
ANYDOKO

Religion Episodes

A million Hindus gather to take holy dip in the Ganges

A million Hindus gather to take holy dip in the Ganges

Around a million Hindu pilgrims and sadhus (holy men) gather at the confluence of the River Ganges and the Bay of Bengal during the Gangasagar Mela to take a 'holy dip' on Makar Sankranti, a day with great religious significance in Hindu mythology.
1min
AFP
Are You Suffering From Technophobia?

Are You Suffering From Technophobia?

Technophobia is the constant and persistent fear of technology and can cause severe anxiety due to any technological advancements.
1min
Stringr
Parliamentary punch-up as Montenegro passes controversial religious law

Parliamentary punch-up as Montenegro passes controversial religious law

The Serbian Orthodox Church opposes the law which it argues is a mean for the government to strip it of its property.
Euronews
Is Fasting The New Fountain Of Youth?

Is Fasting The New Fountain Of Youth?

Fasting is a practice that dates back centuries and still plays a role in many cultures and religions.
1min
Stringr
How To Follow Through On Your Resolutions

How To Follow Through On Your Resolutions

Fasting is a practice that dates back centuries and still plays a role in many cultures and religions.
1min
Stringr
Here’s how tolerance is reshaping mindsets in the MENA region

Here’s how tolerance is reshaping mindsets in the MENA region

Tolerance holds different meanings for different people.
Euronews
Imam who survived Christchurch mosque attacks talks trauma and calls for unity

Imam who survived Christchurch mosque attacks talks trauma and calls for unity

During the World Tolerance Summit in the United Arab Emirates, the Imam of New Zealand’s Al Noor Mosque, Sheikh Gamal Fouda, spread the message that an “evil ideology will never triumph over love and unity.”
Euronews
Sponsored: Pushkar Fair: A Mix Of Colours And Culture

Sponsored: Pushkar Fair: A Mix Of Colours And Culture

Pushkar is the only temple town in the world where there is a temple dedicated to Lord Brahma. Lakhs of people congregate here for a dip in the Pushkar lake, especially on the day of Kartik Purnima. But Pushkar is more than just a pilgrim town. In...
2mins
NDTV
Online Dating is Desegregating America

Online Dating is Desegregating America

Online dating has brought together millions of couples and is one of the biggest social transformations in human history.
1min
Stringr
Largest mosque in West Africa open in Senegal

Largest mosque in West Africa open in Senegal

The largest mosque in West Africa has officially opened its doors, reports Construction Review Online (CR). It stands 255 feet, sits on a six-hectare site and can take in 15,000 worshipers inside and another 15,000 on an outside esplanade.
2mins
Independent Media
8 things to know about Ramadan

8 things to know about Ramadan

Millions of Muslims around the world are observing the holy month of Ramadan. It’s a month of fasting, spiritual purification and prayer for Muslims. Here are eight facts you should know about it. #Ramadan #Muslims
2mins
TRT World
Pope apologises for Catholic Church crimes

Pope apologises for Catholic Church crimes

Pope Francis apologised for the 'scandal and betrayal' of Catholic priests' sexual exploitation of children around the world on August 26 in Dublin, Ireland.
1min
TRT World