Worldviews in Religious Education
RE is under threat. This report interprets and develops the idea of “worldview” and explores its implications for the classroom. (2020)
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to journalist, presenter and documentary maker Sophia Smith Galer. 07/10/2020
Sophia Smith Galer is currently working as the BBC World Services’ first ever visual journalist in faith and ethics.
In this episode Sophia speaks about her experience as one of the first journalists in the UK to be experimenting with Tik Tok, why good religion reporting is so vital, and why journalism and opera singing have a surprising amount in common.
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