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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.
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Questions to weigh before bombing

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Sat 28 Nov 15 @ 20:34
Would Beeching-style church closures would signal that Christianity has had its time in the UK?

Sat 28 Nov 15 @ 18:46
@julesanddog The advert can be seen at the bottom of that story.