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This week - 24 September 2016
The second series of BBC One's Poldark is in full swing. Is the tide about to turn for Ross and Demelza?
In this week's comment, we take a look at the measures being taken to ensure the safety of child refugees.
Shakin' Stevens tells Philip Halcrow how in making his new album he drew on stories about members of his family, including a Salvation Army soldier.
In this week's Bible study, Rosemary Dawson looks at the prophets of the Old Testament
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Also this week in the print edition:
The Rev Philippa Turner recalls the events of 9/11 and her role as a chaplain to the workers at Ground Zero.
On our health page, we discuss the Governement's plans to curb added sugar levels in soft drinks and provide tips for a healthy heart.
Our Lives in Data exhibtion at the Science Museum is investigating the role that data plays in our lives.
Plus more news, views, media, recipes, puzzles and cartoons, all in this issue of Britain's most popular religious weekly, fighting for hearts and souls.
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