Bishops question BBC’s values
Posted: 10 Dec 2008 @ 00:00
THE BBC has been criticised for inconsistency by Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops in its treatment of religious and entertainment programmes.
In a joint submission to OFCOM, the Bishop of Croydon, the Rt Revd Nicholas Baines, and the Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster, the Rt Revd John Arnold, argue that the public would have a fairer deal if public-broadcasting responsibilities were shared between the BBC, Channel 4, and others. ...
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