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The Church of Ireland Broadcasting Committee holds a Consultation on Diversity and Religion in Public Service Broadcasting.

Consultation on Diversity and Religion in Public Service Broadcasting

Thursday October 14th 2004

Church of Ireland House
Church Avenue
Dublin 6

What does it mean to live in the 'New' Ireland?

How can a Public Service Broadcaster best accommodate the religious faith of Irish citizens in programme schedules?

How is religious diversity properly to be represented on our TV and Radio?


Dr Andrew Finlay (Sociologist, TCD)
'Diversity in the New Ireland- Understanding the Census 2002'

Dr Jim McDonnell (Media Analyst, London)
'Public Broadcasting, Religion and Diversity: Irish Religious Broadcasting in a European Context'

Christine Morgan (BBC Religion and Ethics, Manchester)
'Coping with Diversity- the Example of the BBC'

This Consultation is an initiative of the Church of Ireland Broadcasting Committee.

For further information please contact:

The Revd Dr Alan McCormack
27 Trinity College
Dublin 2
+353 1 608 1402

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