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September 12, 2006



I only caught the last half of Mark Dowd's Programme; I did think the content was too broad to be overly hopeful (leading to big generalisations). That said, I agree that it is good to see such programmes on TV, particularly as it was a pretty good time-slot.

Thanks for the head's up on this Saturday's programme.

andy goodliff

I think the kind of depth of progamme that some of us might like will always find it difficult to make its way onto our screens. I thought they took a complex issue and made a thought-provoking and on the whole well-balanced programme that would help most people if will not have read Karen Armstrong's Battle for God or other type of books.

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