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The week ahead

12 July 2013


HIGHLIGHT: Songs of Praise Diane Louise Jordan looks at how the story of Christianity is portrayed through the Chester Mystery Plays.

BBC1 5pm Sunday



Saturday 10.10pm (BBC2) Alive: Rankin Faces Death - a Culture Show special The photographer Rankin focuses his lens on people who are living with a terminal illness.

Monday 9pm (BBC1) Panorama: Broken by Battle  looks into the mental-health problems of  army veterans.

Tuesday 8.30pm (BBC2) The Cruise: A life at sea charts a liner's voyage with its chaplain.

Wednesday 10pm (BBC4) Some Vicars with Jokes Clerics from across the UK share their humour (2/5).



Saturday 8.30pm (BBC World Service) Heart and Soul Wairimu Gitahi encounters the Akorino cult of Kenya.

Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A service from MediaCity, Salford, with a performance of Vivaldi'sGloria.

4pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week's service from St Malachy's, Hillsborough, N Ireland.

Tuesday 11.30am (R4) Soul Music A look at the 1960s hymn "Make me a channel of your peace".

10.15pm (R3) BBC Proms 2013 Pastor David Daniel hosts the Gospel Prom from the Royal Albert Hall.

Wednesday 11am (R4) The Story of the Talmud Rabbi Naftali Brawer explains how Jewish law came to be written down (1/2).

3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong live from Eton College.

8pm (R4) The Moral Maze A debate on moral issues, with guests, including Canon Giles Fraser.

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