Coming up this week on TV and radio

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06 July 2018

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HIGHLIGHT: Making History Tom Holland looks at Victorian church architecture, and the modern fashion for the removal of pews to create space (6/8).

Tuesday 3.30pm, Radio 4 FM

TELEVISION: Sunday 4.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise In the Lake District, the Revd Kate Bottley learns about the origins of the YMCA.

Tuesday 9pm (More 4) The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes Among other stories of the Dales, the Revd Sarah Lunn presides over a winter wedding.

RADIO: Sunday 6am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Guests include Beth Rowley, who discusses her work in refugee camps and youth groups.

6.35am (R4) Living World Derek Jones explores a Sussex churchyard in search of wildlife. (First broadcast in 1988.)

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship Live from Wadebridge Christian Centre, a service for Sea Sunday.

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

11.30pm (R3) The Glory of Polyphony The final episode focuses on the music of Thomas Tomkins, Manuel Cardoso, and Juan Padilla (6/6).

Tuesday 9am (R4) The Reith Lectures 2018: The mark of Cain Professor Margaret MacMillan examines the impact of war on civilians (3/5).

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong From Truro Cathedral.

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