Coming up this week on TV and radio

27 July 2018


HIGHLIGHT: Abortion in the USA Philippa Thomas visits Texas, Kentucky, and Washington, DC, as she asks whether abortion could be banned in the United States.

Tuesday 8pm, Radio 4

TELEVISION: Sunday 3.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Aled Jones explores Emily Brontë’s Christian upbringing.

9pm (BBC2) Travels in Trumpland with Ed Balls The former MP visits the US to meet the people who voted Donald Trump into power (1/3).

RADIO: Friday 1.30pm (World Service) Heart and Soul Thousands were killed in the war in Bosnia. Anna Holligan attends a ceremony where the remains found in the past year are buried.

Sunday 6am (R2) Good Morning Sunday Guests include Rachel Gardner, the president of the Girls’ Brigade England and Wales.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship Sharon Grenham-Thompson visits Assisi and Rome to explore the life of St Francis.

3pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week’s service from the Southern Cathedrals Festival at Salisbury Cathedral.

Tuesday 9.45am (R4 LW) Daily Service Br Eunan McMullen leads a reflection on St Clare from the church of San Damiano, in Assisi.

Wednesday 9am (R4) A Life’s Work Paddy O’Connell talks to members of different generations of funeral directors (2/4).

12pm (R3) Composer of the Week: Schnittke An exploration of Alfred Schnittke’s turn to religion (3/5).

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

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