How does the BBC treat Christianity?

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Christianity is treated differently, according to BBC boss

The Director-General of the BBC, Mark Thompson, has claimed that Christianity is ‘pretty broad shouldered’ which leads to it being treated differently than other religions. He said that because other faiths have a ‘very close identity with ethnic minorities’, they tend to be covered more carefully by broadcasters. Mr Thompson also said: ‘Without question, “I complain in the strongest possible terms”, is different from, “I complain in the strongest possible terms and I am loading my AK47 as I write”. This definitely raises the stakes.’ (Read moreDaily Mail, 27/2)

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