themedianet coordinator Paul Arnold previews the film, and hears from its author. TV writer Tony Jordan, perhaps best known as creator of Hustle and co-creator of Life on Mars, first tackled a biblical subject back in 2010. Nativity was such a success for the BBC that...

BBC Studio Director Jake Lloyd shares a personal perspective on Fry's well-publicised Irish TV exchange. In his interview this week with Gay Byrne of RTE, Stephen Fry raised an age-old theological problem: how is it possible to reconcile the existence of an all-powerful all-loving God, with the...

Gender Justice Specialist Natalie Collins shares her thoughts.  Yesterday a non-event happened. Like every Monday through Saturday since 17th November 1970, The Sun newspaper featured a young woman half-naked on page 3 of its newspaper. This non-event is something I’m writing about purely because there were...

The Evangelical Alliance's Chine Mbubaegbu brings glad tidings of a different kind of Christmas ad.  It’s fascinating to see just how so many of us get absorbed in the brouhaha stirred up by Christmas advertising campaigns released by the nation’s largest retailers. A lot of newsprint and...

'It is funny how mortals always picture us as putting things into their minds: in reality our best work is done by keeping things out.' (CS Lewis: The Screwtape Letters: Letters from a Senior to a Junior Devil) I like Doctor Who. There I’ve said it....

Journalist Elizabeth Hopkirk considers what you do if your church just doesn't understand your work. Is being a journalist a sin? I don’t recall it being one of the seven deadlies and I can’t find it in that list of no-nos in Galatians 5. But that’s what Kathy*, a...