Our guest in September is Martin Bashir
His topic: “Self affirmation v Self sacrifice”
The BBC’s Religious Affairs Correspondent, Martin Bashir, asks if the Christian Gospel is about subjugation or affirmation.
Martin Bashir is a world-renowned interviewer and award-winning broadcast journalist. He is best known for
conducting a series of exclusive interviews and landmark documentaries on subjects as wide-ranging as Diana Princess of Wales, Michael Jackson and the nanny Louise Woodward who was charged with killing the child in her care. In addition to breaking internationally-impactful stories he also anchored major events, from the Olympic Games to the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton. His determined pursuit of investigative journalism has impacted the criminal justice process – with his documentary about the youths suspected of murdering the black teenager Stephen Lawrence being used in court proceedings that resulted in their convictions for murder. Aside from his work on television, he has anchored his own weekly broadcast for BBC Radio in London and written for a variety of publications including The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Tatler and a column in The Observer newspaper. His work has won numerous accolades from award-making bodies around the world.
Choral Evensong is at 6.00pm sung by the St Mary-at-Hill Choir, followed by
Thursday Conversation at 6.30pm.
Come along, enjoy a glass of wine and join in the conversation.
Free Admission – Donations welcome