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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
4/5. Rebellion at St Giles'. St Giles' in Edinburgh is among our most modest cathedrals, yet became the symbolic heart of Scottish Christianity. When
Charles I tried to change the way Scots worshipped and turn the church into a cathedral, he was playing with fire. Here, the building's unsettled history is brought to life. Narrated by Paul McGann.
Director Tim Niel ; Executive producers Neil McDonald and Emma Willis www.bbc.co.uk/religion


Unknown: Paul McGann.
Director: Tim Niel
Producers: Neil McDonald
Producers: Emma Willis
Charles I: Robert Paterson
William Laud: Ralph Rlach
Sir Thomas Hope: John Murtagh
Alexander Henderson: Stuart Hepburn
Bishop of Edinburgh: Lan Aqnnew
Master Mason: Gavin Mitchell
Dean Hannay: James Bryce
Rollock: Jimmy Chisholm
Jenny Geddes: Moira Burn
Robert Young: Alex McSherry
Balmerino: Sandy Neilson
Ramsay: John Frew
David Dick: James McAllister
Juxon: Vincent McGread
Robert Murray: Robert Read

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