Page 6, 9th March 1979

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Credo (ITV, 6 pm) looks at the experience of death and features the personal testimonies of men and women who claimed to have "died". These claimed journeys beyond death form the basis of "To Die Is To Gain" — a book which will be published by Darton, Longman and Todd next Monday.

Everyman (BBC1, 10.15 pm) is a profile of Michael Dummett, Wykeham Professor elect of Logic and Fellow of All Souls, Oxford. Michael Dummett, who succeeds the famous humanist A. J. Ayer, is a committed Catholic and is also active in the fight against racism. Robert Kee interviews him about his life and religious beliefs.

MONDAY he Light of Experience (13}3C2. 11 pm) presents the moving story of Carmel Budiardjo, who has not seen her husband for seven years. She was forced to make a choice between staying in prison in Indonesia or leaving the country for good in the knowledge that she would never be allowed to return.

She was not permitted to consult her husband and now knows her husband is free, but not allowed to leave Indonesia.


Pop Gospel (ITV, 4.20 pm). Garth Hewitt is an Anglican clergyman with a highly unusual ministry. He gave up his curacy and now, with the help of a Church of England organisation, is a full-time musician communicating the Christian message through pop.

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Miracles (2.30) is a play about the confusion and turmoil caused by a series of miraculous events at a Catholic church in a small northern England town. Peter Jeffrey plays the priest sent by the local bishop to investigate the strange occurrences.

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SUNDAY People's Service (1 1.30 am) led by Fr John McCullagh on the theme of "The Exile Far From Home."

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