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This week - 22 October 2016
The true story of chess protégée Phiona Mutesi is portrayed in new film Queen of Katwe, out in cinemas now.
In this week's comment, we speak on the true measure of wealth.
For the past five years, through her charity Angel Foundation JA, Angelia Christian has donated equipment worth tens of thousands of pounds to a Jamaican hospital. She shares her stroy.
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:
Professor of Biochemistry Keith Fox talks to Nigel Bovey about science and religion.
In this week's lifestyle page. we take a look at how flexible working is now in favour of traditional working hours.
In BCC Two's The Fall DSI Gibson is facing some serious questions.
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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