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Coming up this week on TV and on radio

29 January 2021


HIGHLIGHT: Compassion Fatigue Marie Keyworth speaks to medics about the demanding psychological changes that front-line health workers are facing during the global pandemic.

Sunday, World Service, 2.05pm


TELEVISION: Sunday 1.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise: Gospel Singer of the Year Mark De-Lisser hosts the semi-final at Gorton Monastery (1/2).

Monday 9pm (BBC4) Britain’s Lost Masterpieces Two paintings at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery are examined: one depicts Mary Magdalene, and the Revd Richard Coles talks about the other painting, of one of the three kings.

RADIO: Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship The Dean of Belfast, the Very Revd Stephen Forde, whose cathedral stands not far from the docks in Belfast, reflects on those who go down to the sea in ships.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week’s archive recording from St Paul’s Cathedral, first broadcast on 26 January 2011.

Tuesday 11am (R4) After Lives Two parents of sons who took their own lives who have never previously met talk about their experiences and ex­amine their journeys since their loss.

Wednesday 1.45pm (R4) The River The Secretary General of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation, Martin Palmer, reflects on the spiritual sig­nifi­­­cance of rivers in religious stories (3/5).

3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong An archive recording from Truro Ca­thedral, first broadcast on 3 February 2016.

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