Holy smoke: religion and television’s uneasy pact

Comedy priests, Songs of Praise and Thought for the Day: is there more to religious broadcasting than satire and ‘God slots’? Mark Lawson reports on TV’s modern crisis of faith The most commonly accepted measures of success in television are longevity and prizes. By these lights, religious broadcasting is currently in impressive shape.

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