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Radio: Yeah, but, no, but . . .

by Edward Wickham

IT’S NOT everyone who can boast tributes from such diverse company as Juliette Binoche and Lord Carey. But speaking to a diverse crowd was what Brother Roger of Taizé was all about. In the week of the first anniversary of Br Roger’s murder, 4000 people visited Taizé to commemorate his remarkable life. Mike Ford was one of them, and reported for Sunday Feature: The reconciler (Radio 3, Sunday).

Death has not dulled the strong whiff of controversy that followed Br Roger ...

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