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Radio: Aberdeen RCs

by Edward Wickham

THERE have been news stories and documentaries galore in the build-up to the Pope’s visit, but you know it is a big story when the Afternoon Play slot on Radio 4 gets in on the act. Thursday’s What the Bishops Knew, by Hugh Costello, and Friday’s What the Nun Discovered, by Harriet O’Carroll, both featured stories of clerical corruption. So it was a relief that Mark Dowd’s documentary The Pope’s British Divisions (Radio 4, Thursday of last week) took 33 minutes ...

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