William Crawley

William Crawley

William Crawley is a journalist and broadcaster with the BBC who presents TV and radio programmes on subjects as varied as news and politics, arts and science, and religion and ethics.

His television work includes the landmark natural history series Blueprint, the interview series William Crawley Meets, and a three-part autobiographical series documenting life in Northern Ireland: Sorry For Your Trouble, Dying For A Drink, and Losing Our Religion.

This year he also presented a Spotlight investigation from Rome, and began working as a producer and specialist consultant on BBC One's network series Sunday Morning Live.

He presents the multi-award winning Sunday Sequence and The Book Programme on Radio Ulster; Sunday on Radio 4; a variety of arts documentaries for Radio 3; and frequently presents Radio Ulster’s Talk Back phone-in show.

His broadcasting diary Will and Testament is one of the popular blogs in the BBC network.

Last On


Available to listen

St Peter's bones; Father Alec Reid; Slavery

The role of tea and toast in saving the Church of England from extinction.

Coming Up


1 Dec 2013


Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme.

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