Religious TV Schedule Highlights


HinduburgWhat Really Happened To The Hinduburg?
Thursday, 21:00, HISTORY

"Oh, the deity!"

A brand new and fascinating documentary using state-of-the-art computer technology and descriptions of visions from those exalted by one God or another that attempts to unravel the divine truth of the last few minutes of the ill-fated voyage of the Hinduburg.

Did Shiva the Destroyer strike down the grand, rigid frame airship or was there something more sinister at work? Static electricity perhaps, as some conspiracy theorists maintain?

Narrated by Brian Blessed.


Sunday, 21:30, E4

The Emmy award-winning comedy drama series about the young priests and nuns working at the Church of the Sacred Heart returns for an eighth season.

Fathers John "J.D." Dorian (Zach Braff) and Christopher Turk (Donald Faison) start to question their faith when Sister Reid (Sarah Chalke) is mugged while praying five rosaries as penance for upsetting Bishop Kelso (Ken Jenkins) but they find themselves distracted when a Holy Water shortage threatens Sunday morning mass.

Also starring John C. McGinley as Father Cox. Guest appearance by Brian Blessed as God.


Little Miss SunnishineLittle Miss Sunnishine
Monday, 20:00, Sky Movies Islam

Seven-year-old Olive finds out she has qualified for the Little Miss Sunnishine religious pageant being held in California in just two days time leading to a roadtrip for Olive as her parents, her grandfather, her stepbrother, and her vile, deviant, homosexual uncle all travel along to the coast in a yellow Volkswagen bus to support her.

Expect laughs and tears as the family experience a number of setbacks on their trip across country and look out for the hilarious, blasphemous ending that condemns Olive to ritual stoning.

With Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin, Steve Carell, and Brian Blessed.

Roger RabbiWho Framed Roger Rabbi
Tuesday, 19:00, The Disney Channel

Part animation, part live action family movie.

Bob Hoskins stars as Eddie Valiant, a private investigator brought in to help clear the name of Roger Rabbi, the toon television evangelist being framed for the murder of Marvin Acme who the rabbi knows has apparently enjoyed an extramarital dradling with Roger’s wife Jessica.

Kids will love the cartoon aspects of this film while dads will have unholy thoughts about the voluptuous Jessica Rabbi. Mums will have to make do with Christopher Lloyd as Mohel Doom and a brief cameo from Brian Blessed.

Author: Mark

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  1. Well finally! Something on worth watching. Just as long as they do not interupt Hell’s Kitchen, America’s Got Talent or the Britney Spears reality hairstylists celebration we’re good.

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