In this book, David Winter, the former BBC Head of Religious Broadcasting and now Anglican priest reflects on 40 years of change in the BBC and the Church. He discusses his childhood, early disillusionment with religion, beginning years in the Church, working for the BBC, and overall life in religious media over four decades.
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Table of ContentsChildhood - The "Solid Ground" Of Tradition, Patriotism, Religion And Family
Post-War Years - Teen Disillusionment With Formal Religion, King's, Christian Union, Billy Graham
Haringay Crusade And Wembley, Writing For Crusade, "Honest To God", Vatican II
Pop - Cliff Richard, Roy Castle, Cindy Kent And The Settlers, Mr And Mrs Eric Morecambe
Bbc Religion - The Crest Of The Wave And The Beginning Of The Ebb Gerry Priestland, Lionel Blue, Simon Mayo, Prizes
Meanwhile Back At The Church - Survival Of The Spiritual Alongside The Decline Of The Religious, Ordination, First Parish
Friends And Heroes - Donald Coggan, David Shepard, Terry Waite, Correspondence Of A Religious Journalist.