There are just seven days left to book at discounted rate for the Church and Media Conference.
Highlights of the conference include…
Mumsnet founder Carrie Longton on the power of social networking
BBC Religion Head Aaqil Ahmed on the future of religious broadcasting
TV’s master storyteller Tony Jordan on his BBC dramatisation of The Nativity
International Christian activist Tony Campolo on what the media is doing to our society
Distinguished journalist Roger Bolton on the state of the media industry
Humanist leader Andrew Copson on religion and atheism sharing public space
Catholic spokesman Austen Ivereigh on Roman Catholicism under the spotlight
Award-winning stand-up Jo Enright (Phoenix Nights, I’m Alan Partridge) being funny
Plus Harmander Singh (Sihks in England), Inayat Bunglawala (Muslim Council of Britain) andChris Cole (God TV) on the representation of faith in the media;
Caroline Diehl (Media Trust), David Holdsworth (BBC) and Duncan Williams on the future of local media.
All of this plus sector-based strands and loads of great networking opportunities.
The conference takes place from Monday 7th to Wednesday 9th June in the glorious setting of the Hayes Conference Centre in Derbyshire.
Don’t miss it.