I believe in life after hacking


Ruth Gledhill, the Times religion correspondent since 1989, talks about how religious reporting has developed, technological changes, the hacking controversy, and how it has felt to be a woman and a Christian. When she got the job, she thought she had gone to paradise. Is it now hell? She has never hacked anything.

Ruth Gledhill is the religious affairs correspondent for the Times. She has written and edited several books, been shortlisted three times in the British Press Awards and writes one of the most popular religious blogs, Articles of Faith. She also tutors journalism students at City University.

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