Church spires to help spread pornography, blasphemy, gambling and fake news

Feb 18, 2018 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: And lo, the Church of England signed an accord with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to permit church spires and bell towers to be used to house antennae, satellite dishes and fibre cables in order to improve broadband, mobile and WiFi connectivity for...

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Today programme hosts ‘think religious slot is beneath them’

Jan 23, 2018 by

by Lara Lambert, Mailonline: For a slot on the radio that lasts under three minutes, it has attracted a lot of controversy. And the almighty row surrounding Radio 4’s Thought for the Day has continued. Church of England priest and broadcaster Giles Fraser has blasted John Humphrys for calling the...

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BBC whips up abortion hysteria over May reshuffle

Jan 10, 2018 by

by Caroline Farrow, TCW: As I’ve written before, BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service), is a publicly funded charity, deriving around £30million every single year from you, dear taxpayer. According the government’s website, ‘charities cannot have a political purpose or undertake political...

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The BBC must remember its Christian roots and stop mocking evangelicals

Dec 21, 2017 by

by David Robertson, Premier: I love the BBC – its part of our history and part of my daily routine. Britain without the BBC would be like France without wine or the USA without burgers. Did you know that when the BBC started in 1927 it did not broadcast on a Sunday before 12:30pm? This was not to...

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BBC to boost religion coverage after review criticises its portrayal of believers

Dec 20, 2017 by

by James Macintyre, Christian Today: The BBC will increase its coverage of different religions following a year-long internal review published today which found that people of all faiths were ‘often absent, poorly presented or satirised’. The corporation’s religion and ethics...

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The brave new world of trial by media

Nov 10, 2017 by

by David Kurten, TCW: The world outside Westminster is once again looking on astonished as Parliament lurches into another bout of deep irrelevance by conducting a witch-hunt against its elected members for acts of flirtation and banter. Rape and sexual abuse are terrible crimes, of course, and...

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