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New TV series for Bishop of Truro
Right Rev Bill Ind
Bill Ind is to follow in the footsteps of the Vicar of Boscastle
The Bishop of Truro is to get his own television series.

The Right Reverend Bill Ind's life and work is being tracked for a six-part programme to be shown on BBC 2 later in the year.

It follows the success of the TV series "A Seaside Parish" which looked at the life and works of the rector Reverend Christine Musser in Boscastle.

Bishop Bill says he will not receive a penny and all the money raised will go to the Diocese of Truro.

The bishop said: "I hope it will be much more like a series about the kind of work bishops get involved in.

"I'm anxious about people getting things right. So often people get things slightly wrong and then the people involved get rather cross.

"The diocese will be paid for doing it, but I won't receive a penny."

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