on religious and
and social history
on local history
BOULTON’s early work in broadcasting, as Editor of the weekly
investigative television programme World in Action and head of
Granada Television’s Dramadocumentary Unit won him the Royal
Television Society’s Cyril Bennett Award “for creative services to
broadcasting” in 1981. His documentary film The Gingerbread
Revolution on the fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia won him an
International Emmy Award in 1991.
then, it is his books and articles exploring the interface between
humanism and progressive Christianity that have won him an
international readership and acclaim as a speaker and workshop leader.
He is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and the
British Humanist Association.
David has written for many publications, including most recently The Guardian, The Observer, New
Internationalist, New Humanist, Sofia and Quaker
journals including The Friend, Friends Quarterly, Journal of
the Friends Historical Society and Proceedings of the Quaker
For details of his books, pamphlets and
recent and forthcoming engagements,
click on the appropriate left hand heading.
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