“ABC suspends top presenter” (Sydney Morning Herald).
According to The Australian, Stephen Crittenden is facing dismissal. News.com blogger Evan Moloney writes:
The death of religion at the ABC. Is that really such a bad thing? I understand that if you’re the ABC’s religion reporter it might appear to be less than helpful (it’s hard to be a nanny when the kids have all grown up), but does anyone else really mind?
Not really the point, is it? I’ve found the theist Crittenden to be a tad parochial at times, but censorship is censorship, and I hope his union and his colleagues back him to the hilt.