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Television: Not good enough

by Gillean Craig

ONCE more, the Church of Eng­land leads the way. For years, I have been using this column to proclaim that the BBC’s coverage of great state and ceremonial occasions is nothing like good enough, and is predicated on inadequate values and a wilful refusal to acknowledge what its core audience actually wants.

Now that the rest of the media has caught up with me through its universal excoriation of the broad­casting of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, I feel pride at having ...

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Wed 1 Oct 14 @ 10:54
RT @greenbeltAnd here, editor Paul Handley explains the quest and how they reached their verdicts: http://t.co/R9Q4YCOI9L 2/2

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RT @BPGUKGood to see 3 @dlt_books titles (so far!) in the @churchtimes 100 Best Books. Will there be more in parts 2 and 3 I wonder! #CT100