Coming up this week on TV and radio

13 April 2018


HIGHLIGHT: Good Morning Sunday Guests on the programme include the world’s first female Anglican archbishop, the Most Revd Kay Goldsworthy, of Perth, Australia. Sunday 6am, Radio 2


TELEVISION: Sunday 4.10pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Claire McCollum talks to Christian charity workers around the world.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9pm (BBC1) Stephen: The murder that changed a nation A three-part documentary examines the murder of Stephen Lawrence and its repercussions (1-3/3).


RADIO: Sunday 8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship Beverley Humphreys and the Revd Peter Noble reflect on renewal, in a service from Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last Wednesday’s archive recording of a service, first broadcast in 1993, from Washington National Cathedral, in the United States.

Monday 4.30pm (R4) Beyond Belief: Transgender Ernie Rea’s guests include a Christian and Buddhist who have both transitioned (3/7).

8.30pm (R4) Crossing Continents Tim Whewell tells the story of Sukayna Muhammad Younes, a woman who seeks to reunite missing children with their families, in Mosul.

Tuesday 2.15pm (R4) Drama: 19 weeks A dramatisation of a true story about a woman who decides to have a late-pregnancy termination.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong Live from Norwich Cathedral.

8pm (R4) Unreliable Evidence Is the law failing immigrants who are held in UK detention centres? (3/4)

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