Sunday 18 July 1.15pm (BBC1)
Songs of Praise: Katherine Jenkins visits the Roman Catholic cathedral in Arundel, and explores the gardens, and Radzi Chinyanganya meets the chart-topping nuns the Poor Clares
Monday 19July 9.00pm (Ch4)
Taken: Hunting the sex traffickers: Filmed in Brazil, an organised crime group is tracked as it trafficks women from South America to work in UK brothels (1/3)
Tues, Weds, Thurs 20-22 July 9.00pm (BBC1)
Uprising: The story of the fire at a party in Brixton, in 1981, in which 13 young black people died, leading to racial tension and rioting. Survivors give their version of what happened
Wednesday 21 July 10.00pm (BBC4)
The Hillsong Church: God goes viral – Storyville: A look at the megachurch Hillsong, which has six million Instagram followers and has become an international phenomenon
Sunday 18 July 8.10am (R4)
Sunday Worship: The Bishop of Llandaff preaches at St Peter’s Senghenydd, near Caerphilly, in a service exploring rebirth and renewal after trauma.
Sunday 18 July 10.30am (World Service)
Heart and Soul: Muslim Uighurs speak about the way in which their poetry offers support, su ccour and resistance.
Sunday 18 July 3.00pm (R3)
Choral Evensong: A repeat of the service from Westminster Abbey, to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of the church musician Edmund Hooper.
Wednesday 21 July 3.30pm (R3)
Choral Evensong: From Selwyn College Cambridge, for the eve of the feast of St Mary Magdalene, recorded on 29th June.
Please Note: There will be no update of TV and Radio programmes next Friday; hopefully back to normal on 3th July