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Coming up in the week ahead on TV and on radio

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15 October 2021

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HIGHLIGHT: Heart and Soul Modern-day Sikhs, through their poetry or music, or through their voluntary work or political campaigns, explain their religion’s history of protest against persecution. Sunday 10.30am, World Service

TELEVISION: Friday 9pm (ITV) Grantchester Leonard asks Will and Geordie to help investigate a crime (7/8).

Sunday 1.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise To celebrate Black History Month, Brenda Edwards visits Brixton.

8pm (BBC1) The Earthshot Prize Live from Alexandra Palace, London, a celebration of the first five winners of the prize, with Sir David Attenborough.

Monday 7.30pm (BBC1) Online Abuse: Why do you hate me? — Panorama An investigation into the rise of online abuse against women.

Tuesday 10.15pm (C4) How We Forgot to Save the Planet The comedian Kieran Hodgson explores the UK’s response to climate change.

RADIO: Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship A celebration of the contribution that women have made to church music, from Ely Cathedral.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of this week’s service from King’s College, Cam­bridge, recorded on 22 June.

Monday to Friday 1.45pm (R4) 39 Ways to Save the Planet Tom Heap reveals carbon-busting ideas (1-5/10).

Wednesday 4pm (R3) Choral vespers live from the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of the composer Robert Fayrfax.

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