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Coming up this week on TV and radio

29 March 2019


HIGHLIGHT: The Essay: New Generation Thinkers Daisy Black looks at religious imagery, food, anti-Semitism, and product placement in medieval Mystery plays (2/5).

Tuesday 10.45pm Radio 3

TELEVISION: Sunday 11.30am (BBC1) Walks of Life Mehreen Baig follows Queen Victoria’s footsteps through the Cairngorms (3/8).

1.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Katherine Jenkins celebrates Mothering Sunday at Tyntesfield, in Somerset.

RADIO: Friday 1.30pm (World Service) Heart and Soul Jane Little finds out how similar experiences can affect two people’s faith differently (2/3).

10pm (R3) Free Thinking Lecture Thomas Dixon explains how looking to the past can help us to understand our feelings in the present.

Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship Live from One Church Brighton, with a sermon by Rachel Gardner.

1.30pm (R4) An Alternative History of Mothering Emma Griffin examines attitudes to motherhood over the past 500 years.

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

Monday 4.30pm (R4) Beyond Belief Ernie Rea and guests discuss the nature of masculinity and religion (1/9).

Tuesday 8pm (R4) Will AI Kill Development? What will Artificial Intelligence mean for the future of jobs, especially in poorer countries?

10pm (R3) Free Thinking Anne McElvoy and guests discuss the increasing incidence of serious anxiety and depression.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong An archive recording made in Rochester Cathedral in 2005.

8.45pm (R4) Lent Talks Paul Coleridge looks at Pontius Pilate, and the doubts of those responsible for administering justice (4/6).

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