I've just watched this week's Pagans and Pilgrims on BBC Four, and I thought it was the most interesting episode in the series so far.
It started off looking at Glastonbury, particularly the Tor, which I visited myself quite recently. Then there was an interview with Druid Philip Carr-Gomm about why churches are often built on ancient pagan sites. After that, presenter Ifor ap Glyn examined the sacred nature of yew trees. Finally, he considered how hills and mountains are considered sacred places by both Christians and pagans.
Pagans and Pilgrims is available on iPlayer and you can find out more about the episode here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01r6z2d
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