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Stephen Lynas

Parish Resources Adviser

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ITV plc


Officer for the Millennium and Churches Together In England Millennium Officer

Archbishop


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Presbyterian Church

Communications and Press Secretary


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StreetWise? :: Main Page

streetwise.blogware.com [cached]

Former BBC and ITV producer Stephen Lynas, who is now Parish Resources Adviser for the Bath and Wells diocese, gave a brilliant talk on the changing media and possible Christian responses to them, in the Mission Church this evening. more>


StreetWise? :: The media under the spotlight

streetwise.blogware.com [cached]

Former BBC and ITV producer Stephen Lynas, who is now Parish Resources Adviser for the Bath and Wells diocese, gave a brilliant talk on the changing media and possible Christian responses to them, in the Mission Church this evening.
He began by outlining his career. Ordained 1978, he worked in BBC local radio (Stoke on Trent) before becomeing a Woman's Hour producer, and then moving to the BBC Religious Programmes Department. Changing to television, he produced Songs of Praise, and then changed to ITV where he worked, not so happily, for seven years. Although he did not mention the fact, he was the Churches' Millennium Officer, and wrote a book about the Church and the Millennium, called Challenging Time.


www.streetandwalton.co.uk

Former BBC and ITV producer Stephen Lynas, who is now Parish Resources Adviser for the Bath and Wells diocese, gave a brilliant talk on the changing media and possible Christian responses to them, in the Mission Church this evening. He began by outlining his career.Ordained 1978, he worked in BBC local radio (Stoke on Trent) before becomeing a Woman's Hour producer, and then moving to the BBC Religious Programmes Department.Changing to television, he produced Songs of Praise, and then changed to ITV where he worked, not so happily, for seven years. Although he did not mention the fact, he was the Churches' Millennium Officer, and wrote a book about the Church and the Millennium, called Challenging Time. His approach to his subject, Voices of the Media, was:


StreetWise? :: The media under the spotlight

streetwise.blogware.com [cached]

Former BBC and ITV producer Stephen Lynas, who is now Parish Resources Adviser for the Bath and Wells diocese, gave a brilliant talk on the changing media and possible Christian responses to them, in the Mission Church this evening.He began by outlining his career.Ordained 1978, he worked in BBC local radio (Stoke on Trent) before becomeing a Woman's Hour producer, and then moving to the BBC Religious Programmes Department.Changing to television, he produced Songs of Praise, and then changed to ITV where he worked, not so happily, for seven years.Although he did not mention the fact, he was the Churches' Millennium Officer, and wrote a book about the Church and the Millennium, called Challenging Time.His approach to his subject, Voices of the Media, was:


presbyterianireland.org [cached]

The Communications and Press Secretary of the Presbyterian Church, Stephen Lynas has paid the following tribute to David Dunseith.


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