Please find below a recording of the plenary talk given at our Playing God Workshop (31st May – 1st June) by television documentary producers and directors, Paul Sapin and Michael Waterhouse.
In the plenary they discuss making documentaries that explore the interface between science and religion, and their personal experiences being part of the religion department at the BBC, during a time when religious programming was being evermore marginalised within the schedule.
Session introduced and chaired by Ray Macauley. As ever, we encourage comments, feedback and discussion in the comments section below!
Click below to listen to an audio recording of the final roundtable discussion at last week’s (31st May – 1st June) Playing God Workshop. The discussion was led by Susan Gaines (University of Bremen), please feel free to respond to any of the discussion in the comments section below.
For a round up of the rest of the workshop see our Storify of the panels.
By Alexander Hall (@Green_Gambit) Over the weekend just gone (31st May – 1st June), a group of international scholars met at the Cornerhouse in Manchester for a workshop titled, “Playing God: Exploring the Intersections between Science, Religion and Entertainment Media.” Organised by the team behind the Science and Entertainment Laboratory, the two-day event aimed to begin a dialogue with those working… Read more →