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Coming up this week on TV and on radio

01 March 2019


HIGHLIGHT: Sacred Ireland: Holy land Archaeologists evaluate theories that a comet may have altered the religious beliefs of Neolithic pagans in Ireland.

Friday 7pm Channel 5

TELEVISION: Sunday 1.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Katherine Jenkins visits an eco-friendly church.

8pm (BBC1) Call the Midwife In the last of the series, a charity ball is held (8/8).

Tuesday 9-11pm (Sky Atlantic) The Miracle An Italian mystery thriller: a weeping statue of Mary is investigated, and Padre Marcello is suspended from the priesthood (3-4/8).

RADIO: 1.30pm (World Service) Heart and Soul How does Quakerism in Kenya — home to more than one third of all Quakers — differ from elsewhere?

Sunday 6am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Alice Roberts, a humanist, discusses her opposition to faith schools.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship The Archbishop of Canterbury marks the 25th anniversary of the ordination of women in a service from Lambeth Palace.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week’s service from Royal Holloway University of London.

Tuesday 11am (R4) Don’t Log Off Alan Dein explores connections between people across cultures and borders (1/4).

Wednesday 11am (R4) From Sensuality to Puritanism: How Muslim cultures turned grey Yasmin Alibhai-Brown looks at the rise of Islamist Puritanism (2/2).

3.30pm (R4) Choral Evensong Live from St John’s College, Cambridge.

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