Diarmaid MacCulloch is Professor of the History of the Church, in the Theology Faculty; he is a Fellow of the British Academy, and co-edits the Journal of Ecclesiastical History. He has written extensively on Tudor England; his biography Thomas Cranmer: a Life (Yale UP, 1996) won the Whitbread Biography, Duff Cooper and James Tait Black Prizes. More recent publications from Penguin/Allen Lane have included Reformation: Europe’s House Divided 1490-1700 (appearing in the USA as The Reformation: a History), and his latest A History of Christianity: the First Three Thousand Years (in the USA, Christianity: the First Three Thousand Years), which won the 2010 Cundill Prize.
Professor MacCulloch was the presenter on BBC4 and BBC2 of “A History of Christianity – the first 3,000 years”, which won the Radio Times Listeners’ Award in 2010. He received a knighthood in January 2012 for services to scholarship.
Recorded at Greenbelt 2012: Galilee, 25 Aug 2012, 2.00pm
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