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Saturday: 3.15 pm (BBC2): Barabbas: biblical epic.
Sunday: 11.15 am (ITV): My Favourite Hymns: Anne Atkins speaks of her faith; with an act of worship from Didsbury Mosque.
12.15 pm (ITV): St Jimmy’s: Buddhists use the hospital chapel.
5.20 pm (BBC1): Songs of Praise: an Olympic special from Athens.
8 pm (BBC1): Greek Gods and Goddesses traces the ancient myths.
11.45 pm (ITV): Not Just on Sunday debates music and faith.
Monday: 11 pm (C4): Who You Callin’ a Nigger? Darcus Howe explores racial tension in the UK.
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Sat 28 Feb 15 @ 14:33
RT @MadsDaviesDr Nersessian: what is happening today is not on the scale of 1915 but it is a genocide #ArmenianGenocide

Sat 28 Feb 15 @ 14:26
RT @MadsDaviesDr Vrej Nersessian now speaking on Armenian Christian tradition: 100 years since Armenian genocide