The People's God

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198A01Bend! Bend! Bend!19980201

Six programmes in which Mark Lawson conducts a personal Domesday audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain.

1: `Bend! Bend! Bend!' From ecstasy among evangelicals to the excess of the X Files, LONDON offers a pick-and-mix of belief in old gods and new.

198A02Learning New Lessons19980208

Six programmes in which Mark Lawson conducts a personal Domesday audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain.

2: `Learning New Lessons'.

Among the CHRISTIANs, Muslims and Hindus of Blackburn, school, family and a changing society challenge each other for the hearts and minds of the faithful.

198A03Fragments And Ruins19980215

Six programmes in which Mark Lawson conducts an audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain.

3: `Fragments and Ruins'.

New-age spirituality and Celtic mysticism thrive on the island of Anglesey's landscape of chapel ruins.

Will ENGLISH evangelism revive the fortunes of Welsh CHRISTIANity?

198A04Anointed With Oil19980222

Mark Lawson continues his six-part audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain.

4: `Anointed with Oil'.

As oil-rich Aberdeen turns away from the Kirk, the fishing communities of North East SCOTLAND cling to their staunch, yet divided, roots.

198A05Who Will Be Last?19980301

5: `Who Will Be Last?' Mark Lawson continues his six-part audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain in the Chiltern village of Turville.

198A06The Divine Megastore19980308

Mark Lawson concludes his six-part audit of religious belief in 1990s Britain.

`The Divine Megastore'.

Jehovah's Witnesses open their doors, Jesus's army marches, Buddhists chant for peace, and old churches knock down barriers.

MILTON KEYNES markets God in a shoppers' paradise.