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This week, Peter Ackroyd talks to John Hinton about the shock of the Reformation; Eamon Duffy writes about Gregory VII, the German pope who took on a secular world; and Conrad Black says the conversion of Blessed John Henry Newman was like a rock thrown into the Victorian pond. Plus, conductor Marin Alsop explains how she is inspired by St Joan of Arc; and James Delingpole says Cardinal Pell is right about climate change alarmists. You can read it all online by subscribing here. Or, for a hard copy, go here.