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Saturday: 7.45 pm and Sunday: 5.40 pm (Radio 4): Lent Talks: stories about temptation.
Saturday: 10.45 pm (Radio 3): The Verb features a poem inspired by the Psalms and a new parable.
Sunday: 8.10 am (Radio 4): Sunday Worship: Kathy Galloway studies images of the Passion.
1.30 pm (Radio 4): Sunday Best: Seven Last Words: James MacMillan discusses musical settings.
3 pm (Radio 4): Classic Serial: The Diary of Adam and Eve: a satirical retelling by Mark Twain.
3.30 pm (Radio 3): Spring Journey: the Bishop of Durham, Dr Tom Wright, reflects on healing (repeat).
8 pm (Radio 2): Sacred Nation: the final part of the history of faith.
Monday to Thursday: 3.45 pm (Radio 4): Holy Tears considers four instances of crying in the Bible.
Monday: 4.30 pm (Radio 4): Beyond Belief looks at faith today.
Monday to Friday: 7 pm (Thur 7.30; Fri 7.20) (Radio 3): Belief: Joan Bakewell talks about faith with guests including Antony Flew (Tue).
Wednesday: 4 pm (Radio 3): Choral Evensong, broadcast live from King's College, Cambridge.
7.30 pm (Radio 3): Performance on 3: Bach's St John Passion.
9 pm (Classic FM): Evening Concert: Bach's St Matthew Passion.
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Sun 29 Mar 15 @ 9:38
RT @MadsDaviesV sad piece by Christina Patterson in S Times. Have any youth leaders read it? http://t.co/irRPTqNfgr http://t.co/Nz5GUM9SeU

Sat 28 Mar 15 @ 17:15
"Crude, insensitive, and paternalistic" - Franklin Graham condemned by Evangelical leaders http://t.co/fxGu6MbYWG http://t.co/HDgzZphVEz