*** DEBUG START ***
*** DEBUG END ***

Week ahead

by
07 February 2014

iStock

HIGHLIGHT: Bible Hunters A look at the men and women who uncovered the earliest Christian texts (1/2).
BBC2 9pm Thursday
 

TELEVISION

Sunday 5pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise David Grant revisits the heyday of Sunday-school classes.

Wednesday 9pm (BBC3) Generation Sex: Secrets of South America Billie JD Porter examines Argentina, where sexual freedoms contradict the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church (2/3).
 

RADIO

Sunday 8.10am (R4 FM only) Sunday Worship A service from St Columbanus's (Church of Ireland), Bangor, Co. Down.

9.30am (World Service) Heart and Soul: The power of miracles Mark Dowd asks why miracles are so vital to the faithful (1/2).

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of Wednesday's service from New College, Oxford.

6.45pm (R3) Faith Without God Michael Goldfarb investigates the first secular thought systems (1/2).

Monday 4.30pm (R4) Beyond Belief Ernie Rea and guests discuss yoga (5/12).

8.30pm (R4) Analysis Edward Stourton examines the ultra-conservative Wahhabi sect (3/9).

Tuesday 9am (R4) The Great War of Words Who was responsible for the Great War?

3.30pm (R4) Costing the Earth Dr Kit Arney examines how 2.5 billion people live without sanitation

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong from Lincoln Cathedral.

10pm (R3) Free Thinking Philip Dodd discusses religious belief, and looks at new research into churchgoing in the UK.

Church Times Bookshop

Save money on books reviewed or featured in the Church Times. To get your reader discount:

> Click on the “Church Times Bookshop” link at the end of the review.

> Call 0845 017 6965 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm).

The reader discount is valid for two months after the review publication date. E&OE

The Church Times Archive

Read reports from issues stretching back to 1863, search for your parish or see if any of the clergy you know get a mention.

FREE for Church Times subscribers.

Explore the archive

Welcome to the Church Times

​To explore the Church Times website fully, please sign in or subscribe.

Non-subscribers can read four articles for free each month. (You will need to register.)