The King James Bible in our Time
The celebrations for the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible in 2011 reflect a renewed appreciation for the value of the written word.
The People are the Police
In a time of financial austerity, it was natural that the conference should consider how to make efficiency savings in the police service.
Drugs and Harm
What is the UK’s drugs strategy? Is it working? What are the alternatives?
Inspiration in Science and Religion
Does inspiration come in a flash, a ‘eureka’ moment, as God-given insight, or is the old aphorism more accurate: creation is 99% perspiration and only 1% inspiration?
Religion and the News
Religious issues pervade the reporting of domestic politics and foreign affairs, and even if a religious story seems self-contained, its ramifications often generate comment from unrelated parts of the secular press.
Art in the Park
A celebration of the paintings, gardens and sculptures in Windsor Great Park
Poetry and Spirituality
What is the potential of poetry to answer, challenge and change spiritual concerns in the 21st century?
Empire and Me
This colloquium provided a rare opportunity for writers, journalists, critics and academics from around the Commonwealth to reflect on what the British Empire means to them personally