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Week ahead

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27 October 2017

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HIGHLIGHT: The Balfour De­­clara­tion: Britain’s promise to the Holy Land Jane Corbin asks whether the aspirations of the Declaration are still achievable.

Tuesday 9pm, BBC2

 

TELEVISION:

Friday 7.30pm (BBC1) Unreported World Ade Adepitan reports from Tanzania, where 400 women died in witch-hunts last year (5/8).

Sunday 4pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise J. B. Gill talks to the jazz singer Greg­­­ory Porter about his Christian faith.

 

RADIO:

Sunday 7am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Clare Balding’s guest is Sarah Teather, the director of the Jesuit Refugee Service.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship. Mark­ing the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the Bishop of Leeds, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, leads a service from Wittenberg.

Sunday 3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last Wednesday’s ser­vice from Westminster Abbey, com­­memo­rating the centenary of the birth of Blessed Óscar Romero.

Monday to Friday 9.45am (R4 FM) Living with the Gods Neil Mac­Gregor’s exploration of belief includes mummies, St Margar­et of Antioch, and Mecca (6-10/30).

4.30pm (R4) The Digital Human Aleks Krotoski looks at advances in digital media and their impact (5/6).

Wednesday 11.30am, 11.30pm, 2.30am (World Service) Before I Go Four people describe their reaction to the news that they suffer from a terminal illness.

3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong Live from Salisbury Cathedral.

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