Listen to and download audio associated with the 'Sacred: Discover what we share' exhibition.
The Diamond Sutra of 868, discovered in a cave in Dunhuang, China, is a priceless illustrated record of early Buddhist teaching.
Scot McKendrick on Codex Sinaiticus
The world's 'oldest complete Bible' is more than 'merely' a priceless third-century text.
Alison Ohta on Sultan Baybars' Qur'an
Royal Asiatic Society Curator Alison Ohta tells the extraordinary history behind an extraordinary sacred text.
William Dalrymple on Bahadur Shah Zafar
The wedding certificate of Bahadur Shah II is one of our most intriguing sacred texts.
Vrej Nersessian on the Awag Vank' Gospels
Some texts are even more than the relationship between the mortal and the divine.
Moira Goff on the Tyndale New Testament
The Holkham Bible Fascimile
Michelle Brown, leading expert on illuminated manuscripts, introduces a new facsimile of the lavishly illustrated 14th-century Holkham Bible.
Saving St Catherine's Monastery Library
The library of Saint Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai has the world's most extraordinary collection of early Christian texts.
Healing through Medicine and Faith
Medicine and the faiths appear to be drawing closer in some areas.
Holy Lands, unholy wars
Religious broadcasting in the digital age
Roger Bolton chairs a panel discussion about the future of faith-based programming.
What is a religious text?
Religious historian - and former nun - Karen Armstrong gives a fascinating talk on this thorny issue.
Neil Gaiman talks about the Ramayana
Neil Gaiman, author of the Sandman stories and many others, talks about his film treatment of Ramayana.