Jeremy Vine

Jeremy Vine: How I lost my faith and found it again

The BBC Radio 2 presenter talks to Justin Brierley about faith, doubt and Strictly Come Dancing. Vine’s BBC TV career began as a political reporter in Britain, later becoming their Africa correspondent in the 1990s. He went on to become a familiar face on Newsnight, Panorama, Crimewatch and the BBC’s election coverage. Latterly his onscreen […]

"Outlander" stars Caitroina Balfe and Sam Heughan

Outlander cast back in Scotland as filming continues at Glasgow Cathedral

Sam Heughan and the rest of the Outlander cast were back in Scotland this week. The Scots actor was at Glasgow Cathedral today after appearing at the Edinburgh Festival for opening gala The Legend of Barney Thomson last night. Following his trip through to the fest, fans have been clamouring to get a glimpse of […]

Gary Bushell

BBC ‘couldn’t subvert the Yuletide message more if they were funded by Islamic State’

Ahh, Christmas – a time of joy and laughter, love and hope, writes Gary Bushell. A time for family, forgiveness and fond memories everywhere … Except on EastEnders, of course, where seasonal glad tidings for the Carter kids amounted to: grandad’s dying, nan’s got dementia and mum’s been raped by your cousin (who’s really your […]

Father Andy Monaghan

Forth 2 radio presenter priest under investigation after two women accuse him of lewd behaviour

A priest who once worked as a radio agony uncle is under investigation after two women accused him of lewd behaviour. Father Andy Monaghan, 72, was banned from his Midlothian parish by the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh while the historic claims – which date back more than 36 years – are investigated. Police […]

Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor faces criticism for controversial role as Christ

Ewan McGregor has come under fire on Christian social media pages after it was revealed he will play both Jesus and the Devil in his new movie. ‘Last Days in the Desert’, due out next year, was branded “blasphemous” while the Scottish actor was called an “idiot”. It was announced earlier this week that McGregor, […]

Songs of Praise aims to combat falling audience

Songs of Praise aims to combat falling audience

BBC’s Songs of Praise is to include regular services from a variety of faiths for the first time due to a declining audience of traditional Anglican followers. The country’s flagship Christian music show currently 
predominantly features Anglican congregations. The revamp, starting from next Sunday, will broadcast from multiple locations each week, including Pentecostal, Roman Catholic […]

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Revelation TV: Britain’s first televangelist station facing investigation into misuse of funds

The foundation behind Britain’s first Christian televangelist TV channel is being investigated by the charities regulator over claims it is being used for private gain. The Charity Commission has opened an inquiry into the Revelation Foundation, whose 24-hour channel Revelation TV has previously been censured by Ofcom over its presenters’ “derogatory” comments about gay people. […]

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