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TV series The Bible makes its début

By Olly Grant

BRITISH viewers are now able to judge for themselves if the hype over the American mini-series The Bible is justified. When it first appeared on cable TV in the United States earlier this year, few people expected its popularity to extend far beyond the Bible Belt.

Eight months later, however, the drama has gone on to break records, and has a global audience of millions. The series made its début on Channel 5 on Saturday night, and runs for a further four weeks. Damaris, a ...

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