Scott Mills on Uganda   (15.2.11)

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In case you missed it, here is Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills' documentary on homophobia in Uganda.

Is there any GOOD reason that Rowan Williams or John Sentamu couldn't have made this programme? It is no exaggeration to say that, by making a one-hour show for BBC Three, Scott Mills has done more for the cause of human rights in Uganda than the entire Anglican communion.

And the Church of England wonders why it's in decline? Perhaps because Radio 1 DJs are doing a better job of proclaiming Gospel values than the Archbishops.

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