I've lost count of the number of times I have written posts about this. I sometimes wonder whether I should just put up a blog article and just point people to go read it.
Before you even contemplating picking your A Levels, I would think carefully what job you want to do, because that would dictate what qualifications you would need more than anything.
If the specific job (or jobs) you want to do require specific degrees (or benefit from having specific degrees), then I would look at the entry requirements for the specific degrees. Those requirements will dictate what your A Level choices are more than anything.
If you're fine with whatever subjects you pick, then I would pick the A Levels that you can get the highest grades in because grades will matter the most when it comes to application to uni right after getting the right grades in the right subjects.
As far as I know, only Enlgish Lit and Psychology are sometimes required subjects in your list of subjects. All the other subjects are not requested by universities (Masnchester may sometimes be the only university that may be a little picky about the subjects you pick). English Lit is usually a required subject for Literature degrees. Psychology is sometimes required for psychology related degrees, as well as considered as a science for some science related degree. You would not likely find a situation where you would Sociology A Level for sociology degrees, RS for theology degrees, or media for media degrees.
The rule of thumb is that the more 'traditional' and 'harder' a degree is, the more respect that it would have. So in terms of ranking (as much as I hate to say it), I would rank RS ahead of Sociology, and Media come in last. Bear in mind, they're all A Levels, so don't expect an easy ride with any of them.
If you want specific information, I would need to know your career and degree subject aspirations. That would probably make it easier to advise.
However, irrespective of what people say (even me), you should look at the university's entry requirements for the specific course that you want to do. That would override whatever me or anyone else says or opines.