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Exploring The ‘second Story’ Of Jesus Christ

EDITED BY GREGORY BAKER AND STEPHEN GREGG T he Christian evangelical imperative has always been hard to resist. Unfortunately, taking the Gospel unto all nations has proven to......

Why We Should All Save For Salvation

BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT MALLOCH W hile governments and business encourage people to spend for the health of the economy, Theodore Roosevelt Malloch shows how consumerism and the......

St Matthew Passion

The superb London Symphony Chorus returns to the Barbican for another Easter performance of the St Matthew Passion – the trickier and more ambitious of Bach’s two Passions. They......

No One Knows About Persian Cats

What do pet cats and rock singers have in common? Apparently they are both outlawed in Iran. This film, directed by Bahman Ghobadi, follows two aspiring Iranian musicians......

Bedroom Farce

You can tell a great deal from people’s bedrooms. Alan Ayckbourn’s classic 20th-century farce, one of his best, is not your normal bedroom farce, but rather a typical Ayckbourn......

Enid

Following films about Beatrix Potter and J M Barrie, the BBC takes on Enid Blyton, once ubiquitous in children’s playrooms up and down the country but since sidelined for......

Ebu Day: Music For Holy Week

To begin Holy Week on Palm Sunday, BBC Radio 3 hosts a European Broadcasting Union day with live and recorded music from around Europe. Presented by Fiona Talkington, the......

Séraphine

Yolande Moreau, who resembles Beatrix Potter’s hedgehog character Mrs Tiggy-winkle, is outstanding as the primitive painter Séraphine de Senlis (1864-1942) in this film directed......

Books In Brief

Forty Favourite Hymns by Aled Jones (Arrow, £6.99) The television presenter who will be eternally remembered as the boy who sang The Snowman gives the story behind some of our......