With Holy Week rites being delivered virtually, due to these extraordinary times, the University of Malta's radio station, Campus FM 103.7, has prepared a varied schedule to keep you company.
Other than the daily appointments, such as the newspaper analysis and the BBC World Service updates, a number of programmes have been included on the radio station's schedule.
Jazz & Gospel Music, a programme produced and presented by seasoned personality Tony Pace, will give listeners one hour of musical accompaniment on Maundy Thursday at 10:00, and will be repeated on Easter Saturday at 13:00.
Prof. Charles Briffa's and Celaine Buhagiar's Koktejl Lingwistiku (Linguistic Cocktail) will treat listeners to an interesting analysis of phrases, idioms and proverbs associated with Holy Week. This programme will be aired on Wednesday at 19:30 and repeated on Maundy Thursday at 13:30.
The first part of the Lenten Reflections on Transformation: Languages and Icons, which were originally delivered by Rev. Dr Jack Finnegan, will be aired on Maundy Thursday at 20:00, the second part will be on air on Good Friday at 13:00, while the third and last part will be aired on the same day at 20:00.
You can listen to a radio drama, titled Ta' Ħajtu t-Tmiem (The End of His Life), written by Prof. Charles Scerri, featuring performances by a number of local actors on Good Friday at 09:00.
Diskorsi, produced and presented by Fr Joe Borg and Prof. Joe Pirotta, which gives a recount of Jesus' sermon on the Mount, airs on Easter Saturday at 11:00.
For the night owls, Encore, a programme produced and presented by Gorg Peresso and Gerald Fenech, will deliver Easter-themed opera excerpts and sacred music on Easter Saturday at 21:00 and Easter Sunday at noon.
You are invited to tune in online, via FM frequency on 103.7, or on DAB+.