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Week ahead

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22 November 2013

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HIGHLIGHT: C. S. Lewis: The secret lives and loves A. N. Wilson looks into the sources of Lewis's inspiration.
BBC4 9pm Wednesday

 

TELEVISION

Sunday 4.55pm (BBC2) Songs of Praise Pam Rhodes introduces hymns from around the country.

Tuesday 9pm (BBC4) Cathedrals Richard Alwyn explores a week in the life of Southwark Cathedral, in south London (3/3).

Wednesday 9pm (C5) Treblinka: Inside Hitler's secret death camp Experts piece together the horror of what was covered up.

 

RADIO

Friday 6pm (R2) JFK: Minute by Minute A docudrama that details Kennedy's assassination.

7.30pm (R3) Britten 100: BBC Symphony Orchestra Centenary Concert Live from Snape Maltings.

8.30pm (BBC World Service) The Why Factor A look at solitude, and why an increasing number of people choose to live alone.

Saturday 6.07am (R4) Open Country Helen Mark visits a bird historian on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne (4/15).

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A service from the RC Church of the Holy Name, Manchester.

6pm (R3) Britten 100: Noye's Fludde From St Margaret's, Lowestoft.

Monday to Friday 10.45pm (R3) The Essay: The Islamic Golden Age The first five of a series of 20 portraits of key figures and achievements from 750 to 1258.

Wednesday 11am (R4) Leaving the Faith Sarfraz Manzoor examines the issued faced by young Muslims in Britain.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong from Norwich Cathedral.

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