One of our most well-known experts on irony lived a life that was a mess of ironies itself: he was a married, gay High Anglican who lunched with occultists; a leftist politician who revelled in frivolous society gossip; a patriot who spied for both...
The British public has such “poor religious literacy” that a modern audience would be baffled by the Monty Python film The Life of Brian – because it would not understand the Biblical references, a senior BBC figure has claimed. ...
Robin Yu's insight:
Not sure this is a real loss (the religious illiteracy, I mean, rather than the confusion generated by Monty Python).
Controversy over a new TV series shows that discussion of the hierarchical nature of British society can't even be broached It's often in August that the most interesting programmes are shown on TV: that series commissioned by people willing to...
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