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Week ahead

24 July 2015


HIGHLIGHT: The World’s Worst Place to be Disabled? Sophie Morgan investigates the treatment of disabled people in Ghana, some of whom are chained up, or ritually killed.

9pm BBC3, Tuesday


TELEVISION: Sunday 5.10pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Josie d’Arby talks to a couple on their wedding day.

Monday 8.30pm (BBC1) Terror on the Beach: Panorama Jane Corbin examines what happened in last month’s terror attack in Tunisia.

Wednesday 10.40pm (ITV) The Day They Dropped the Bomb Archive footage and eyewitness accounts of events on 6 August 1945 at Hiroshima.


RADIO: Saturday 8pm (R4) Shhhhhhh Lucy Powell investigates the spiritual value of silence.

Sunday 7am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Fern Britton’s guests include Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, the founder of Mary’s Meals.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A service broadcast from the Keswick Convention.

9.30am (World Service) Heart and Soul Janek Rogers looks at the pacifist Komeito Party in Japan.

3pm (R3) A repeat of last week’s service from Buckfast Abbey, Devon, with the Exon Singers.

Monday to Friday 12.04pm (R4) A History of Ideas Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss topics including love and altruism (6-10/15).

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong: The Three Choirs Festival at 300 live from Hereford Cathedral.

Thursday 9am (R4) Inside the Ethics Committee Should food and water be withheld from someone who is not otherwise dying? (3/4).

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