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Coming up this week on TV and on radio

13 March 2020


HIGHLIGHT: Ramblings Clare Balding discovers part of the Penrhys Pilgrimage in south Wales, due to re-open on 25 March (6/7). Thursday 3pm Radio 4


TELEVISION: Sunday 1.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Claire McCollum visits Co. Down to learn about St Brigid and C. S. Lewis’s Christianity.

Thursday 7.30pm (ITV) Funerals — the true cost: Tonight Do funeral providers treat the public fairly?


RADIO: Friday 11am (Radio 4) Forum Internum Helena Kennedy asks whether the law can protect our free­dom to think from the new tech­no­logies and the misuse of them (3/3).

1.30pm (World Service) Heart and Soul Sophia Smith-Galer meets a former Muslim who can write online about losing her faith, but has not told her family.

Sunday 8.10am (Radio 4) Sunday Worship A service from St Patrick’s, Coleraine, in Connor diocese.

1.30pm (Radio 4) Art of Now: Christchurch A discussion of creative re­­sponses to the attacks on the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, a year ago.

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

Tuesday 11am (Radio 4) And the Good news is You’re Jewish Katie Glass explores what combination of culture, religion, bloodline, and polit­ics defines modern Jewishness.

Wednesday 3.30pm (Radio 3) Choral Evensong Live from Wakefield Cathedral.

8.45pm (Radio 4) Lent Talks The theologian Anthony Reddie reflects on identity and race (3/6).

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