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May 28, 2010

BBC has no time for religion

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by David Allen

Once again, the subject of religion and the BBC is coming up, with claims from some sources that the executives in charge of religious content at the BBC are sceptical and secular, that find the whole issue of religious programming to be a “Tiresome Obligation”.

The religion issue was raised during an awards ceremony by Roger Bolton, who actually presents the BBC Radio 4 Feedback show. He went on further to say that the BBC News should employ a religion editor who would appear on the news as often as the business and sports editors do.

According to a BBC spokesperson, the corporation is committed to both religion and ethics broadcasting, while the BBC News and Current Affairs section do have a dedicated religion correspondent.

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