Winter's Tale Paperback

An Autobiography Living Through an Age of Change in Church and Media

by David Winter;

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Winter's Tale

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Former BBC Head of Religious Broadcasting and now Anglican priest reflects on 40 years of change in the BBC and the Church 1. Childhood - the 'solid ground' of tradition, patriotism, religion and family 2. Post-war years - teen disillusionment with formal religion, King's, Christian Union, Billy Graham 3. Haringay Crusade and Wembley, writing for Crusade, 'Honest to God', Vatican II 4. Pop: Cliff Richard, Roy Castle, Cindy Kent and the Settlers, Mr& Mrs Eric Morecambe 5. BBC Religion: the crest of the wave and the beginning of the ebb Gerry Priestland, Lionel Blue, Simon Mayo, prizes 6. Meanwhile back at the church: survival of the spiritual alongside the decline of the religious, ordination, first parish 7. Friends and heroes: Donald Coggan, David Sheppard, Terry Waite, correspondence of a religious journalist

Winter's Tale by David Winter was published by Lion Hudson in August 2001 and is our 47879th best seller. The ISBN for Winter's Tale is 9780745950006.

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Page last updated 6th April 2017
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback (B format)
PublisherLion Hudson (August 2001)
Number of Pages256
Thickness18 mm
Height198 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code32093
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