With regard to this week's much talked about Dispatches, Oliver McCarthy writes:
Mr Modell repeatedly stated that their views were "offensive", without explaining why. At one point he seemed to be implying that Andrea Williams thought that Islam was Satanic, having apparently confused her views with those of Stephen Green. Her actual position, that Islam is a "false religion", is almost certainly one that Mr Modell himself shares (unless he is actually a secret Muslim with a hidden agenda and did not see fit to make the viewer aware of this). Given that he was clearly intent on making a documentary geared towards the thesis that Christianity is a false religion, it's hard to see where the "offence" might lie.
All I saw in his documentary was a small group of mainly elderly anti-abortion protesters, some of whom were a bit noisy but who taken together were massively outnumbered (and out-shouted!) by the younger, more agressive pro-abortionists. So where does the real political muscle of the future lie? And why not make a documentary full of crude people making foul-mouthed remarks about Christianity? Just googling "Nadine Dorries" would give Mr Modell plenty of material.
I might add that Dorries is not a Catholic. She is a (divorced) occasional attendee at the Church of England, and a supporter of unrestricted access to abortion in the first trimester.