The London Literature Festival …

… looks absolutely wonderful. It runs between 3 -12 July and Noo Saro-Wiwa and Mark Haddon I’d love to hear, but there’s so much, including a debate about last year’s riots in Londonwriting classes and much much more.

And the thing I would like to have made, this month, is the present series of programmes on Radio 4 presented by Richard Holloway, writer and former Bishop of Edinburgh and a man who now describes himself as an after-religionist. The series is a collection of personal essays on the relationship between faith and doubt over the last 3,000 years. It’s called Honest Doubt. Wonderful title, wonderful series, wonderful idea. I hope the programmes will be available to hear again for longer than the existing few days.

Radio 4 didn’t link this image of the Buddha with the series, but I did:

A monk and an image of Buddha

About Angela

I write fiction about the difficulty we have when we try to say what's in our hearts.
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