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Television: Bristol bloodsuckers

by Gillean Craig

ON THE sound professional basis of seeking to keep abreast of social developments that might require pastoral ministry of one kind or another, I forced myself to watch Sunday night’s BBC3 account of the incidence of vampirism in Bristol.

Being Human is not the expo­s­ition of incarnational theo­logy that one might expect from its title, which refers — ironically, I suppose — to the difficulties faced by the undead as they seek to pass un­noticed among ...

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