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Week ahead

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17 February 2017

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HIGHLIGHT: Songs of Praise David Grant marks the 25th-­anniversary year of the Synod’s final approval of women priests.
Sunday 5pm, BBC1

 

TELEVISION:
Sunday 8pm (BBC1) Call the Midwife The nurses discover what happened to Sister Mary Cynthia (5/8).
Monday 8.30pm (BBC2) An Island Parish: Anguilla Bishop Brooks goes to Antigua to celebrate the 175th anniversary of his diocese (8/8).
9pm (C4) The Trouble with Dad A documentary that follows David Baddiel and his brothers as they care for their father, who suffers from a rare form of dementia.
Tuesday 9pm (BBC4) South Downs: England’s mountains green The Revd Peter Owen-Jones walks along the South Downs Way.

 

RADIO:
Sunday 8.10am
(R4) Sunday Worship Professor Ben Quash reflects on the interwoven history of Christianity and the theatre.
3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last Wednesday’s service from The Queen’s College, Oxford.
Wednesday 12.04pm (R4) Witness: The end of apartheid In Feb­ruary 1990, the President of South Africa began dismantling apart­­heid. Louise Hidalgo examines what this meant for the country (3/10).
3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong live from Rochester Cathedral.
Thursday 12.04pm (R4) Witness: Death in the Amazon In 1956, an Ecuadorian tribe killed five US missionaries. Mike Lanchin talks to the children of two of the victims (4/10).

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