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by Gillean Craig

Posted: 23 May 2014 @ 12:13

TU ES PETRUS: certainly in stone, but crowning apogee rather than sure foundation, St Peter once again blesses his city from above the great east window, now approaching its complete renovation.

The carving of this huge new statue, replacing a worn original, was, for me, the most moving element of The Minster (BBC2, Friday of last week), the series that follows a year in the life of York's cathedral. This is a behind-the-scenes narrative, focusing on the small army ...

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