*** DEBUG END ***

Coming up this week on TV and radio

26 April 2019


HIGHLIGHT: Scandal in the Church of England: Panorama Jane Corbin meets victims of child sexual abuse whose cases were ignored for years. Monday 8.30pm, BBC1

TELEVISION: Sunday 3.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Josie d’Arby looks at the rebuilding of historic churches.

9pm (BBC2) Miriam’s Dead Good Adventure Miriam Margolyes concludes her exploration of mortality (2/2).

Monday 9pm (C4) Banged Up: Teens behind bars Eight young offenders from Britain spend time in one of the toughest prisons in the US, in an attempt to divert them from a life of crime (1/3).

Wednesday 9pm (ITV) Planet Child An exploration of how children are growing up around the world (1/3).

Thursday 8pm (BBC1) Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure The Line of Duty actress forms a choir made up of dementia sufferers in her home town of Nottingham (1/2).


RADIO: Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A morning service from Rugby School for the second Sunday of Easter.

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

Monday 4pm (R4) Beyond Belief Ernie Rea and guests consider the aftermath of the fire at Notre-Dame (5/9).

Tuesday 8pm (R4) We Do Do God Ed Kessler explores the rise of strict observance across religious denominations.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong An archive recording from Hereford Cathedral, first broadcast on 29 August 1990.

Church Times Bookshop

Save money on books reviewed or featured in the Church Times. To get your reader discount:

> Click on the “Church Times Bookshop” link at the end of the review.

> Call 0845 017 6965 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm).

The reader discount is valid for two months after the review publication date. E&OE

The Church Times Archive

Read reports from issues stretching back to 1863, search for your parish or see if any of the clergy you know get a mention.

FREE for Church Times subscribers.

Explore the archive

Welcome to the Church Times

​To explore the Church Times website fully, please sign in or subscribe.

Non-subscribers can read four articles for free each month. (You will need to register.)