Catriona Robertson

journeys at home and abroad

Tag Archives: BBC Radio 4

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

Straws in the wind for the Church of England

A flurry of self examination from the C of E this week.  Maybe it’s taken a while to digest Linda Woodhead’s Religion & Society research (& to wake up to … Continue reading

1 February 2014 · 3 Comments

Woolwich, alienation and belonging

After hearing Nick Clegg speak to a multi-religious audience on Friday, I went down to Woolwich. I attended Juma prayers at the local mosque, bought a peace lily at Tesco’s … Continue reading

26 May 2013 · 6 Comments

Robertson Recommends

BOOKS Yesterday I bought Richard Sennett’s Together: the rituals, pleasures & politics of cooperation.  The blurb says “Living with people who differ – racially, ethnically, religiously, or economically – is … Continue reading

19 May 2013 · 3 Comments