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CUT says that Catholics should unplug their televisions: but if we do, how shall we know what to fight?

Culture wars aren’t won by switching off

I agree: the BBC favours ‘the right to die’. But watch out. That’s a phrase with a sinister history

The German medical profession accepted ‘assisted dying’ for compassionate reasons in the 1920s. Then came the 1930s

The BBC is drip-feeding assisted dying propaganda into our living rooms

Sir Terry’s message last night was relentless: ‘why can’t we be allowed to die like this in Britain?’

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 01/06/11

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Last night the BBC’s biblical scholar made a crucial and sloppy mistake about Christian belief

Isn’t the BBC supposed to educate? Why, then, is it spreading ignorance in this way?

Pupils become reporters

Two pupils at St Benedict’s School in Ealing were recently selected as outstanding school reporters by the BBC

Theologians ought to love this BBC series on the Bible. Too bad it gives in to Dan Brown-style silliness

In its closing moments the episode last night gave up fact for opinion

The Pope’s Thought for the Day was simple and profound

But not, perhaps, controversial enough for John Humphrys

Full text of Benedict XVI’s Thought for the Day

Pope makes historic broadcast on BBC Radio 4′s Today programme

Benedict XVI to deliver Thought for the Day on Christmas Eve

Pope recorded the three-minute slot in Rome earlier today, according to the BBC