Hiroshima
 

The Journey / 9 May 2013

Reflecting on the most moving interviews of his career, Victor Hulbert takes a visit to Hiroshima, talks to atomic bomb survivors and learns a lesson in forgiveness.

 
The Empty Camera
 

The Journey / 2 May 2013

Photography may be a passion – but without the right tools it can also be a frustration.

 
The Journey - Masada
 

The Journey / 25 April 2013

Discover tales of courage and faithfulness in this journey to the Dead Sea, Masada and Qumran.

 
The Journey - The Sanctuary
 

The Journey / 18 April 2013

A New Year hunt in Dorset sets Victor Hulbert's mind working on how two people can have very different reactions to the same event.

 
The Journey - When Disaster Strikes
 

The Journey / 10 April 2013

Earthquake, tsunami, hurricane or flood – The punishment of God on a delinquent world? Some would say so. Yet in a journey that starts with the Great Lisbon earthquake of 1755, Victor Hulbert argues that there is a more positive view of God to be seen when times get tough.

 
The Journey - Angel Song
 

The Journey / 13 December 2012

The National Parks of Northern Portugal are a hidden treasure. Remote and beautiful – yet with hidden dangers if you are a shepherd. Has their life changed significantly from that of the shepherds of Bethlehem 2,000 years ago? In exploring, we discover the real meaning of ‘The Angels Song’.

 
The Journey - Giants, Saints, Myths and Legends
 

The Journey / 6 December 2012

Giants, saints, myths and legends. Cornwall is full of them. Victor Hulbert headed to St Agnes to discover the tragic tale of Bolster. Why do we have a world-wide curiosity for legends of strength versus weakness, good versus evil?

 
The Journey - Seeking The Lost
 

The Journey / 29 November 2012

Hiking in the rain comes part and parcel with a holiday in the Lake District. Yet when it’s raining so hard that you lose your glasses and don’t notice it can provoke a crisis. Victor Hulbert discovers the reality of ‘seeking the lost’.

 
The Journey - Iona and Worship
 

The Journey / 15 November 2012

Iona is a people magnet for tourists and pilgrims alike. But when Victor Hulbert visited this remote Hebridean Island he found himself faced with the unexpected.