Coming up this week on TV and radio

23 March 2018


HIGHLIGHT: Lent Talks. The Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on Jesus’s cry of dereliction from the cross (6/6). Wednesday 8.45pm, Radio 4


TELEVISION: Friday 9pm (BBC2) Pilgrimage: The road to Santiago The seven pilgrims travel from Navarre to the start of the final 100km in Galicia (2/3).

Sunday 4.30pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Sean Fletcher celebrates Palm Sunday at St Albans Cathedral.

9pm (BBC2) Reggie Yates: Searching for Grenfell’s lost lives The presenter hears the stories behind some of those who died in Grenfell Tower.


RADIO: Sunday 5.05am and 3.05pm (World Service) Sisters of the Troubles A group of RC nuns discuss the Troubles in Northern Ireland, and forgiveness.

6am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Guests include Stefan Buczacki, the author of a book on the history of churchyards.

8.10am (R4 FM) Sunday Worship A service from All Saints’, Fulham.

2-3pm, 4pm-12.30am (R3) Holy Week around Europe Andrew McGregor presents live and recorded concerts in Radio 3’s annual day of music, beginning in Munich.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week’s archive service from the RC Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool.

Monday to Friday 10.45am and 7.45pm (R4) Judas The days leading up to Jesus’s death, from the perspective of Judas (1-5/5).

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) The Holy Week office of Tenebrae, live from Westminster Cathedral.

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