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Anger at Half-Hour shift

by a staff reporter

ONE of the longest-running Christian music programmes on radio has been moved by the BBC from its Sunday-evening slot on Radio 2 to 6 a.m., despite protests from listeners, writes a staff reporter.

Sunday Half-Hour has been running since 1940, and features choral music, hymns, and prayers. Its presenter is Diane Louise Jordan (above).

The BBC argues that the new slot will enable the show to expand to 60 minutes, and will precede the only other ...

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