am hugely fond of Burson-Marsteller’s UK chairman, Mike Love. In fact, Reader, I married him. To his sumptious bride Heather, you understand, in my capacity as an Anglican priest. As a surprise for Heather, Mike had the choir sing “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” as they left the church. He described me as a full-service […]
On Thursday and Friday, I did a short UK tour with a rock band. It’s become quite a pre-Christmas tradition for me
The last time I appeared in PR Week’s Power Book was 2008, the year I joined the Daily Telegraph as a columnist
Like much of Fleet Street legend, the claim by The Sun that it was the red-top “wot won it” for John Major
A George Pitcher Foreword Polemic for Simon Heffer’s
George Pitcher is a writer, independent public ethics consultant and an Anglican priest. He is a journalist by background, having been an award-winning Industrial Editor of The Observer during the years of the Thatcher government’s privatisation programme and a columnist and commentator on a wide range of newspapers and broadcast media.
This letter was broadcast by George Pitcher on BBC Radio 4’s Sunday programme at 7.25am on 28.7.13.
So many of what the Bible calls our powers and principalities – those earthly authorities
With the Archbishop of Canterbury and former oilman Justin Welby at the helm, the new Power Christians of Britain are a formidable tribe whose aim is to reshape the culture