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The Mystery Of Mary Magdalene
Whether one regards the Bible as the dictation of God, or a collection of old fishermen's yarns which have got out of hand, Mary Magdalene is a crucial character: a witness to both the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. Melvyn Bragg marks Good Friday by trying to figure out who Mary Magdalene was, and reflecting on her portrayal across the centuries. Bragg has himself made a contribution to her mythology; he wrote the screenplay for the film of Jesus Christ Superstar. Andrew Mueller
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It's been a busy week for living Catherine Wheel Adam Lambert, with his 31st birthday on Tuesday, and on Thursday night he received the Unity Award from the We Are Family Foundation for his work with The Trevor Project, Equality California, and GLAAD.
After the ceremony, Adam hit the stage with Nile Rodgers and fellow out singer Sam Sparro. Below you can see them jam fantastically on Adam's "Shady," and then enjoy some pics of Adam on stage and with some pre-ceremony guests.
With Sam Sparro
With a photographic print taken by Timothy Greenfield Sanders
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