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Villainy at the inn

by Gillean Craig

Posted: 02 May 2014 @ 12:06

NEVER begin with an apology: it is the first rule of all effective communication. I am sorry to say that in my rant last week about the BBC's failure properly to mark Holy Week with appropriate broadcasts, I overlooked The Great North Passion (BBC1, Good Friday), which seems to have been a very imaginative attempt to engage diverse communities and artists throughout Tyneside with Jesus's suffering and death. I say "seems" because, by the time I had access to a TV, its iPlayer ...

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