As Jan and Anneke van Nouhuys from the Netherlands approach their silver wedding they tell Kenneth Noble about the highs and lows of Jan's calling to be a silversmith.
01 April 2001
Paul Nouwen took a very different path from his famous brother, the devotional writer Henri Nouwen. But they share more than just their roots, discovers Hennie de Pous-de Jonge.
01 February 2001
Lee H Hamilton, head of the Woodrow Wilson centre in Washington DC, has won international acclaim for his work in foreign affairs--but he equally values what he can do for ordinary people, discovers Robert Webb.
01 December 2000
Otto Pulkkinen has spent years working with the underprivileged at great personal cost. Paul Gundersen tells his story.
01 August 2000
The leader of Albania's Muslims, Haxhi Hafiz Sabri Koci tells Paul Williams how he kept his faith in prison.
01 August 2000
Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, has long been dedicated to justice, dignity and equality for all in a divided society, writes Peter Hannon.
01 August 2000
An unexpected chance to study in Russia led to Michael Bourdeaux becoming an authority on the Church under communism. Mike Lowe meets the man who founded the Keston Institute.
01 June 2000
Bjørn Ole Austad meets Monsignor Victor Grech, the Director of Caritas Malta, a priest who feels the pain of those in difficulties—and puts others to work to help them.
01 April 2000
Sir Conrad Hunte, the West Indian international cricketer, died in December. TC 'Dickie' Dodds, himself a former professional cricketer, pays tribute to a man who will be remembered for his contribution to human relations as much as for his sporting prowess.
01 April 2000
Australian concert pianist Penelope Thwaites talks to Mike Lowe about music, parenthood and the need for grace.
01 February 2000