Paul Kerensa is a writer, comedian and broadcaster. His podcast 'The British Broadcasting Century' tells the origin story of the BBC. He is the author of So a Comedian Walks into a Church (Darton Longman and Todd). Read our Profile interview with Paul.
It might sound wise and good and true, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s actually in the scriptures
So a comedian walks into a parliamentary debate on religious education... But it’s no laughing matter
In a world of increasingly polarised views, teaching RE well has many benefits. Yet it has been removed from school performance measures, received no government funding for five years and despite recruitment targets being missed, training bursaries for RE teachers have been scrapped. Paul Kerensa went to parliament to make his case
Is comedy in cathedrals really blasphemous? Where is the line when it comes to allowing entertainment in sacred spaces, asks Paul Kerensa
The award-winning comedian, writer and broadcaster who has worked on TV shows such as Miranda, Top Gear and Not Going Out shares his top tunes
Where was Emmy award-winning I May Destroy You on the list of ’British’ TV shows, asks Paul Kerensa?
A new stand-up/theatre hybrid show sees Anthony Noack deliver Ecclesiastes in its entirety. But does it work? Yes and no, says Paul Kerensa
- Real Life
After receiving their gold medals at Tokyo 2020, the Fijian Rugby team sang, “We have overcome, by the blood of the lamb”. Paul Kerensa reports
When it comes to social media, we should all tweet each other as we’d like to be tweeted, says Paul Kerensa
Martin Bashir, the BBC and the Diana interview: Why as Christians we should always strive for honesty and integrity
The BBC and Bashir were wrong, but scapegoating them won’t help says Paul Kerensa
- Archive content
Paul Kerensa chats about Christianity and comedy with fellow comedians Sally Phillps and Milton Jones.