William Crawley is a journalist and broadcaster with the BBC who presents programmes on radio and television on everything from news and current affairs and hard-hitting political and ethical debate to entertainment, arts and culture. Among the programmes with a religious angle he has presented is Radio Ulster’s award winning religious and ethical Sunday Sequence programme.

He was an undergraduate at Queen’s University, Belfast, where he studied philosophy, followed by a master’s degree at Princeton Theological Seminary.  He returned to Queen’s to study for his PhD.  Before his career in broadcasting, he was a university lecturer in philosophy and theology as well as a minister in the Presbyterian Church.

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