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Friday: 12.30 pm and Sunday 9 pm (Radio 4): Face the Facts: John Waite looks at a religious group that claims to produce "miracle babies".

Sunday: 7 am (Radio 2): Ernie Rea stands in for Don Maclean.

8.10 am (Radio 4): Sunday Worship from Athens; with Jonathan Edwards.

11.15 am and Friday 9 am (Radio 4 FM): The Reunion reunites those campaigning for and against women’s ordination in 1992.

4.30 pm and Saturday 11.30 pm (Radio 4 FM): Rites of Passage: Ian McMillan meets people who have found comfort in poetry; today, those who have lost children.

8.30 pm (Radio 2): Sunday Half Hour: Sr Wendy Beckett talks about the Dormition of Mary.

10 pm (Radio 3): Olivier Messiaen: Renaissance Man studies the composer’s faith and creativity.

Monday: 4.30 pm (Radio 4 FM): Beyond Belief discusses faith today.

Wednesday: 9 am and 9.30 pm (Radio 4): Midsummer Sins: sloth.

4 pm (Radio 3): Evensong from St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh.

Thursday: 8 pm (Radio 4): Rookie Reverends: women ordinands (rpt).

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National Advisor For Pioneer Development

London and Home Counties

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

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