Melanie McDonagh in The Telegraph:
There is not much that can get me out of bed early on a Sunday morning but the Radio 4 Sunday worship slot usually does the trick. It's like The Archers: you sense half the nation running, not walking, for the off switch. Yesterday the genre was at its worst, from the Church of Sacred Heart and St Theresa in Birmingham. The priest sounded lovely, but it was grim in a uniquely Roman Catholic way: a folk mass with guitars and readers with breaks in their voices.
If there were a conspiracy by the BBC's religion department to put the uncommitted majority off Christian worship, this is how it might sound. Especially given the contrast with Sir David Attenborough afterwards, talking like a good preacher about evolution. There is fine liturgy on the radio: choral evensong on Radio 3. Any chance of getting choral matins instead?