Gerald Priestland, writing about faith and faiths, once observed that there are many routes up the mountain. He was a classic universalist – author, broadcaster, former atheist, prominent Quaker, and BBC religious affairs correspondent in a Christian-dominated broadcasting environment. Priestland described his faith as one of “reasonable uncertainty”. What would he have made of religious […]
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A media historian and a doctoral student at Bournemouth University, Tony is also Chair of Trustees for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
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VOTE IN THE 2022 SANDFORD ST MARTIN/RADIO TIMES READERS AWARD
Every year we partner with the Radio Times magazine to find out what audiences believe is the very best radio or TV programme exploring religious or ethical themes. Our Chair, Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley says:
“The Radio Times Readers’ Award is a highlight of our annual competition. Partly because it features a great mix of programmes, some of which have challenged us or made us think, others which have touched us emotionally and others still that have made us laugh – but mostly it’s because the winner is chosen by the audience and so is a real snapshot of what we want more of. I know which one I’m voting for this year and I hope you’ll join the conversation by voting too.”