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Describe, Analyse and explain the variety of specifically religious programs on Terrestrial TV channels.

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Describe, Analyse and explain the variety of specifically religious programs on Terrestrial TV channels. When religious programs are talked about there is one main program that people think about. This is Songs of praise. Songs of praise is a service that is shown on BBC1 on a Sunday afternoon or early evening. ...read more.

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Other people that watch the program are the marginal religious people. They don't want to go to a church because they are not religious but like the carols. People that dislike the program believe that it is allowing people not to go to church and so disobeying God. ...read more.

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It has a newer set and the presenters are young people. This program would appeal to the people that want to look at current events with a religious view on the issues. I think that although television channels do try to make religious programs suited for a younger audience they still are viewed by more of an older audience because the general public see religion as something old and for older people. ...read more.

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