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Week ahead

27 November 2015


HIGHLIGHT: Unreported World Seyi Rhodes talks to child preachers in Brazil, including 11-year-old Alani Santos (8/8).


7.30pm Channel 4, Friday



TELEVISION: Sunday 10am (BBC1) Fern Britton Meets. . . The Boyzone singer Shane Lynch discusses his faith (1/4).

4.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise June Brown, of EastEnders, describes how her faith influences her performance.


RADIO: Sunday 7am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Clare Balding talks to Loyd Grossman, who chairs the Churches Conservation Trust.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship On the eve of St Andrew’s Day, a Church of Scotland service from Glasgow Cathedral.

9.30am (World Service) Heart and Soul A look at the legacy of the Danish pastor Nikolaj Grundtvig.

3pm (R3) A Service for Advent with Carols live from St John’s College, Cambridge.

Monday 4.30pm (R4) Beyond Belief Ernie Rea and guests discuss the beliefs that underpin the so-called Islamic State (2/8).

Monday to Friday 7.45pm (R4) Greater Love A drama that charts the true story of the Plague in the village of Eyam, Derbyshire (1-5/5).

8pm (R4) Changing Climate Roger Harrabin examines the debate on climate change ahead of the summit in Paris (3/3).

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong live from Peterborough Cathedral.

Thursday 8pm (R4) The Report: Changing jihadi minds John Ware investigates the counter-extremism programme known as Channel (1/15).

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