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

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
Pope Francis 'excited' by Ireland visit

Pope Francis 'excited' by Ireland visit

The Pope has expressed hope his visit to Ireland will help grow unity and reconciliation among Christians on the island.
1min
Press Association
Can Macron's 'Islam of France' succeed?

Can Macron's 'Islam of France' succeed?

For over a century France has been a secular society - keeping religion and politics separate. Now President Macron says he wants to create a national brand of Islam.
26mins
News, ,
TRT World
The Naked Pilgrim - Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela

On horseback now, Brian arrives at the end of his pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago, in time for the climactic celebrations of St James's day.
23mins
TVF Media
The Naked Pilgrim - Burgos, Fromista, Leon

Burgos, Fromista, Leon

The Camino de Santiago has now taken Brian deep into northern Spain. He explores the role of St James as Matamoros ('Moor-slayer') while puzzling over the highly fretted interior of Burgos cathedral.
21mins
TVF Media
The Naked Pilgrim - Roncesvalles, Bermeo, Guernica, Bilbao

Roncesvalles, Bermeo, Guernica, Bilbao

Brian crosses the Pyrenees on the Camino de Santiago and passes from France into northern Spain. Hurrying through Navarre and rather regretting a choppy fishing trip, he finally finds refuge in the stunning Guggenheim Museum at Bilbao.
24mins
TVF Media
The Naked Pilgrim - Bordeaux, Poitiers, Lourdes

Bordeaux, Poitiers, Lourdes

What does one do in Bordeaux? One drinks too much red wine of course; never let it be said that Brian Sewell is afraid of cliche. In Poitiers the relic-ante is upped once again, and then Brian takes a detour to the great pilgrimage site, Lourdes.
24mins
TVF Media
The Naked Pilgrim - Chartres, Pons, Orleans

Chartres, Pons, Orleans

Brian begins the official pilgrimage route through northern France, stopping to visit cathedrals at Chartres and Orleans, pondering the significance of holy relics in Christian history.
25mins
TVF Media
The Naked Pilgrim - Paris

Paris

The pilgrimage begins in Paris, where Brian's attention is caught by the stained glass in the Sainte Chapelle, Byzantinesque architecture at the Sacre-Coeur and the 'point zero' of the Camino de Santiago outside Notre Dame Cathedral.
23mins
TVF Media
Mormon church, Boy Scouts to cut ties after a century

Mormon church, Boy Scouts to cut ties after a century

The Mormon church ends its century-long relationship with the Boy Scouts to focus on its own youth leadership and development program as the social views of the organizations move apart.
1min
Reuters
ANYDOKO Shorts - The Batu Caves

The Batu Caves

A must-visit when travelling to Malaysia.
1min
ANYDOKO
Secret Lives of Women - Extreme Beliefs

Extreme Beliefs

When Tamara speaks to her congregation about redemption, she talks from experience. The pastor was once a member of a notorious street gang and found herself in prison, where she found God and turned her life around.
44mins
Via Vision
The Daniel Project

The Daniel Project

Is prophecy after prophecy from biblical texts unfolding before our eyes? Jeremy Hitchen looks back thousands of years to investigate the plausibility of ancient visions.
85mins
Studio Scotland
Visions of Paradise

Visions of Paradise

Why do cults continue to attract people in the 21st Century? Visions of Paradise looks at our need to belong and find purpose and meaning in life and presents a timely warning on how that can lead to fundamentalist thinking.
44mins
Ronin
Chasing God

Chasing God

This film tackles the eternal question: Why do humans believe in a Higher Power?
53mins
Ronin
Ancient Megastructures - St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

When the Great Fire of 1666 destroyed St. Paul's Cathedral in London, a Royal Commission turned to 35-year old astronomer, Christopher Wren, to rebuild it.
50mins
History, , ,
Reel
Angels

Angels

We tend to think of angels as the white-winged, halo-headed characters from the Bible, and with good reason. We discover why angels have a central role in so many cultures and look at how angels pervade everyday life.
52mins
Reel
Who Wrote the New Testament? - Whose Truth was the Truth?

Whose Truth was the Truth?

How heresies emerged, the literature that was produced and the dangers they posed to the early church.
51mins
Reel
Who Wrote the New Testament? - What is the Truth?

What is the Truth?

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Were they the men who wrote the four gospels?
52mins
Reel
Ancient Megastructures - The Alhambra

The Alhambra

The most impressive monument to Muslim engineering in the Western world, the Alhambra towers over Granada in southern Spain. Discover how it was built and why.
50mins
History, , , ,
Reel
Who Wrote the New Testament? - Maintaining the Truth

Maintaining the Truth

Examines the letters of the New Testament and how through correspondences with the churches of the Mediterranean, Christianity spread out of its homeland.
51mins
Reel
The Devil We Know

The Devil We Know

From the Bible to Rock & Roll and the internet, this engaging new documentary sheds new light on the Prince of Darkness through his manifestations in the arts and popular culture.
48mins
Reel
The Last Templar - The Last Templar - Part 1

The Last Templar - Part 1

An ancient decoder has been stolen from a collection of Vatican art. When an archaeologist discovers its connection to the Knights Templar she enlists the help of a detective to find it before it falls into the wrong hands.
83mins
Reel
The Last Templar - The Last Templar - Part 2

The Last Templar - Part 2

An ancient decoder has been stolen from a collection of Vatican art. When an archaeologist discovers its connection to the Knights Templar she enlists the help of a detective to find it before it falls into the wrong hands.
83mins
Reel
The Francis Effect

The Francis Effect

A critical and in-depth look at how one man has quickly changed the face of Catholicism at a moment when no one really expected it.
72mins
Janson Media
The New World Pope

The New World Pope

Francis: The Pope From the New World unveils the personality, passion and extraordinary faith of the new Pope.
52mins
Religion, , ,
Janson Media