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What Would Jesus Watch? Songs of Praise? or I’m a Celebrity…? Does God need his own channel? Is TV a Lost cause? Or is it possible to produce mainstream TV that is hopeful and meaningful and still has The X Factor? And if You Are What You Eat what does your media consumption say about you? And in the week that the Christmas TV schedules are announced, how can ordinary viewers engage with the media we watch instead of just becoming passive consumers?
Monday 4th December, 6.30 for 7.00pm start
An evening for people who watch TV – and people who make it. Organised by LICC and The Association of Christians in Media.
Andrew Graystone, Producer of BBC1’s Heaven and Earth and Director of the Churches Media Council will share Points of View with Friends who work in the media. We’ll then open up the floor for a Question Time. Could be QI.
Please book in advance as entry can’t be guaranteed on the evening.
Things you need to know:
Price: £7, Concessions £5 (for bookings of 5 people or more, concession rate applies).
To book a place call LICC on 020 7399 9555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments: Light refreshments & glass of wine included.
Venue: LICC, St Peter’s Church, Vere Street, W1G 0DQ