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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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