There was a short clip from Rowan Williams' Easter sermon on the 1.55pm bulletin -
Rowan Williams: Younger people, while still statistically deeply unlikely to be churchgoers, don't have the hostility to faith that one might expect.
Perhaps if Newsround didn't keep giving religion such a high profile, kids might better appreciate that it's not always a good thing. For example, bearing in mind the hateful way Cardinal Keith O'Brien talked about marriage equality and gay people, was it reasonable for Newsround to quote him yesterday?
I suggest that all BBC editorial staff think about the harm that can be done by unquestioning acceptance of religious bigotry. A 2009 film called 'Prayers for Bobby' is a stark reminder of what can happen. It is based on the true story of Bobby Griffith.