of repeats of Getting Through former speaker of the Commons Viscount Tonypandy tells how he coped with throat cancer. Sunday, 11am, ITV:
.Morning Worship comes from Cullercoates Methodist Church, North Tyneside. Sunday, 12 noon, IN: Benedictine monk Fr Damian Sturdy is one of the guests along with Clare Rayner on Divine Inspiration, the lighthearted panel game hosted by former pop star Richard Coles.
Sunday, 2pm, IN:
Sir Harry Secombe travels to Ayrshire in Highway and talks to admirers of the songs and poems of Rabbie Burns. Sunday, 6.25pm, BBC1: Thora Hird explores how to get to Heaven in a new series called Thora on the Straight and Narrow.
Sunday, 6.30pm, IN:
In Father Dowling Investigates, the latest twist to the age old US private eye drama format sees a priest and a nun sniffing out the villains. The plots are good, but credibility is stretched a little far. For
instance, how does Fr Dowling manage to fit his Sherlock Holmes routine in between saving Mass and all his other pastoral commitments? Sunday, 8.30pm, C4: Frontline reports from Belfast on the shortcomings of a system which treats bereaved families like enemies of the state.
Sunday, 11.30pm, BBC1: Heart of the Matter explores child criminality.
Tuesday, 10.40pm, IN: First Tuesday, presented by Olivia O'Leary, investigates the "forgotten massacre" in Dublin and Monaghan in Ireland 19 years ago. Every year since, friends and relatives. have held a Mass in memory of the 33 people who were murdered in four car bombs an unsolved crime that remains the biggest act of mass murder in Britain or Ireland.
Coming In August:
Witness, Channel Four's new series of peak time documentaries about personal beliefs, starts on Thursdays from 12 August, with a look at the faith of South Africa's poorest black communities.