TV and Radio

Coverage of the funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on Saturday 17 April
Television:
BBC1:    Coverage starts at 2.30pm, followed by the weekend news at 4.20pm
ITV:        Coverage starts at 1.15pm, schedules return to normal at 4.30pm
BBC2:    Reflections on the day’s events, starting at 8.10pm

Television

Sunday 18 April 10.30am (BBC1)
Sunday Morning Stories: Inspiring stories rooted in faith, hope and spirituality.

Sunday 18 April 1.15pm (BBC1)
Songs of Praise: Katherine Jenkins talks to the Archbishop of York about Christianity after lockdown

Sunday 18 April 9.00pm (BBC1)
Call the Midwife: New series, now set in 1966

Monday 19 April 7.30pm (BBC1)
Panorama: Is the Church Racist? Clive Myrie investigates allegations of racism in the Church of England.

Monday 19 April 9.00pm (BBC1)
Greta Thunberg: A year to change the world: Filmed in 2019, the climate activist meets Sir David Attenborough (2/3)

Radio

Sunday 18 April 8.10am (R4)
Sunday Worship: The Archbishop of York explores the question of how to pray

Sunday 18 April 3.00pm (R3)
Choral Evensong: A repeat of an archive recording from Worcester Cathedral, first broadcast on 22 April 2009

Monday 19 – Friday 23 April 1.45pm (R4)
39 Ways to Save the Planet: Tom Heap looks at ideas or practices that help to cut carbon (1-5/10)

Monday 19 April 4.30pm (R4)
Beyond Belief: Ernie Rea examines the part played by religious belief in the reluctance of some BAME people to take the Covid vaccine

Wednesday 21   April 3.30pm (R3)
Choral Evensong: A service from St Matthew’s, Westminster, recorded on 6 April

Wednesday 21 April 4.00pm (R4)
Thinking Allowed: A look at life sentences and their impact on prisoners and society.

[Jo Spray]