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Coming up this week on TV and radio

26 October 2018


HIGHLIGHT: Songs of Praise The Songs of Praise presenters and the Archbishop of Canterbury reveal the hymns and worship songs that mean the most to them. Sunday 2.15pm, BBC1


TELEVISION: Sunday 11pm (BBC4) I was a Yazidi Slave: Storyville The stories of two women forced into slavery by IS.

Monday 10.45pm (ITV) Iran Unveiled: Taking on the ayatollahs A TV crew speaks to four women in Iran who removed their hijab in public.


RADIO: Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A reflection on the Kingdom of God, from the Christian Fellowship Church, Belfast.

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

6.45pm (R3) Sunday Feature: New Generation Thinkers Hetta Howes travels to Rievaulx Abbey to explore the experiences of Abbot Aelred.

Monday 9am (R4) Start the Week Andrew Marr and guests, including Helena Kennedy QC, discuss fairness and justice.

Tuesday 12pm (R3) Composer of the Week: Bruckner Donald Macleod explores Bruckner’s religious belief and his music for the Church (2/5).

8pm (R4) File on 4: My homeless son Emma Forde asks why support for vulnerable teenagers still falls short.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong Live from St John’s College, Cambridge, during the 2018 Cambridge Choral Course.

10pm (R3) Free Thinking Lucy Underwood discusses the exile of English Roman Catholics 450 years ago.

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