Catriona Robertson

journeys at home and abroad

Category Archives: Serbia

Minipreach on BBC Radio 4

On the slow train up through the Balkans (proper six-seat compartments and restaurant cars), I scribbled a two-minute sermon for the BBC’s Daily Service. They recorded it at Greenbelt and … Continue reading

9 October 2016 · 1 Comment

Belgrade

The blueberry bushes along the railway line into Belgrade are covered in fruit. Neat little houses and gardens popped into view and the mixed woods and hills reminded me of … Continue reading

29 August 2016

What the Serbs wanted to Exit – & Srebrenica

One of the family is in Novi Sad at the mo, at the Exit Festival – I’ve been listening to the livestream. At the same time there’s been a steady … Continue reading

11 July 2011