The 51 year-old programme has been given a makeover. BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent, Caroline Wyatt, explains.
Journalist Samira Ahmed shared the mysteries of Durham Cathedral with listeners of Radio 4’s Something Understand on Sunday at 6.30pm. You can listen again tonight at 11.30 or use this link to listen now. The programme is available until Saturday … Continue reading
As reported, Westminster Abbey choristers won this year’s Rochester Quiz. Here are the questions for you to have a go! Rochester Questions 2014 Answers will be posted separately.
The four-boy team from Westminster Abbey Choir School were clear winners in this year’s Rochester Quiz. The Top individual winner was Alastair Fraser-Urquhart from The Pilgrims’ School, Winchester, with Daniel Livermore and Thomas Nettle from the Abbey in second and third place. The … Continue reading
Tim Cannell, Head Master of The Prebendal School in Chichester has succeeded Roger Overend as CSA Chairman. A warm welcome to Tim and a huge thank you to Roger for his tireless work on our behalf over the last three … Continue reading
Canterbury What’s On – Lots of interesting public events in Canterbury this term, culminating in two carol services on 23 & 24 December.
Lots of diary dates for events in and around Hereford for Autumn 2014. Hereford’s Autumn 2014 Diary
Truro Cathedral has announced plans for a girls’ choir from September 2015. Boy choristers will continue to be educated at Polwhele House School with the girls coming from Truro School. Click Truro Girls’ Choir for the full story.
Most of us are remembering and thanking those who gave their lives in WW1. Cathedrals have been commemorating the outbreak of war in recent days and a moving candlelit vigil in Westminster Abbey was broadcast live on BBC 2 as war was declared 100 years ago. Here … Continue reading
Congratulations to Felix Kirkby, a chorister at York Minster, who is this year’s winner of the Sir David Willcocks Composition Competition. Choristers were asked to compose a short introit from words by Samuel Longfellow and we were delighted to have 26 entries this … Continue reading