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Saturday 11.30 pm and Sunday (FM) 4.30 pm (Radio 4): A Map of British Poetry: Andrew Motion explores themes in verse.
Sunday: 6.05 am and 11.30 pm (Radio 4): Something Understood: Mark Tully on René Girard.
8.10 am (Radio 4): Sunday Worship: a united service from Maesteg, the Revd Enid Morgan preaches.
3.30 pm (Radio 3): Spring Journey: Dr Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham, considers forgiveness (repeat).
5.40 pm (Radio 4): Lent Talks: a story about being tempted to be too religious.
8 pm (Radio 2): Sacred Nation reaches 1066 in its history of faith.
8 pm (Radio 3): Drama on 3: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene portrays an ancient and a modern story.
Wednesday: 4 pm (Radio 3): Choral Evensong from Lichfield Cathedral.
9 pm (Radio 2): Beverley's Gospel Nights features the Soweto Choir.
Thursday: 8 pm (Radio 4): Faith to Faith: believers meet from across a religious divide.
9 pm (Radio 4): Leading Edge features a study into brain activity and faith.
Job of the week

National Adviser & Archbishop's Secretary for Inter Religious Affairs

London and Home Counties

With its network of parishes covering the country, the Church of England plays an active role in national life, bringing animportant Christian dimension to the nation as well as strengthening community....  Read More

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How we took our pick

How we took our pick

Paul Handley explains why we began our quest for the best 100 Christian books, and how we reached our verdicts  Read More

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When the nation needs a shared sense of sacrifice

War memorials have been made more Christian, but this has blurred distinctions between faith and patriotism, says John Wolffe  Subscribe to read more

Wed 1 Oct 14 @ 16:45
RT @CT100Books: @churchtimes in 1942 compared The Man Born to Be King with the Passion Play at Oberammergau. ' http://t.co/Fek4UjhcXY #CT100

Wed 1 Oct 14 @ 16:31
@churchtimes on Lux Mundi, 1890: 'It is an extreme unhappiness that this book should have been written, prefaced, edited, published.' #CT100