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Coming up this week on TV and radio

20 April 2018


HIGHLIGHT: Something Understood Rowan Williams explores the idea of pilgrimage as a preparation for passing to the other side after death.

6.05am Sunday Radio 4

TELEVISION: Friday 8pm (C5) Britain’s Great Cathedrals with Tony Robinson A look at the history of Salisbury Cathedral (3/6).

Sunday 3.30pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Baroness Lawrence discusses her faith on the 25th anniversary of the murder of her son, Stephen.

Thursday 10pm (C5) Our Housing Crisis: Who’s to blame? Michael Portillo looks at social housing.

RADIO: Friday 8pm (R4) Any Questions The panellists include the Archbishop of York, Dr Sentamu.

Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship The Bishop of Edmonton explores stories of resurrection hope in churches in London.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week’s service from Norwich Cathedral.

6.45pm (R3) Sunday Feature: Super­natural Japan Ahead of Radio 3’s week-long run of Japan-based programmes, Christopher Harding looks at how its people have used ghosts to make sense of their place in the world.

Monday 4.30pm (R4) Beyond Belief Ernie Rea and guests discuss sacred spaces (4/7).

Tuesday 8pm (R4) Too Young to Veil? Shaimaa Khalil looks at the case of the headmistress who banned the hijab at her primary school.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong Live from Guildford Cathedral on the feast of St Mark the Evangelist.

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Monday 14 September, 9.30am - 4.00pm BST

A free, one-day online festival from Christ Church Oxford.

With speakers Martyn Percy, Stephen Cottrell, Graham Usher, Dee Dyas, and Sally Welch.

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