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In this month’s issue Donna Chisholm uncovers the truth behind the Billy T love story and Joanna Wane investigates the rising popularity of faith based schools.
Billy T James – his secret life & family feud revealed
A top-rating TV movie in August depicting the “love story” of Billy T James and his wife Lynn has so incensed the late entertainer’s family and friends they’ve broken a 20-year silence to reveal the truth about his marriage.
In the November issue of North & South, a must-read exclusive interview with Billy T’s daughter, Cherie James, and Lynn’s sister, Lesley Matthews, explodes the myth of the comic’s close, intimate marriage. Donna Chisholm’s story identifies the true “loves of Billy T’s life” – and for the first time, sets the record straight about the family man behind the star power.
Why faith schools are hot
Discipline, values and academic results – Catholic schools are the hot brand in education, and some parents are going to extraordinary lengths to get their children enrolled. Joanna Wane investigates the rise of Catholic and Christian faith-based schools – and asks if parents care more about their children’s souls or their brainpower.
The green movement
Does modern-day environmentalism have elements more in common with religion than science? In an election year that’s seeing the Green Party go up in the polls, Graham Adams boldly reports on the environmental movement’s selective morality, heretics and hypocrisy.
It’s all in the November edition of North & South, Canon Magazine of the Year 2011, on newsstands from Monday, October 17.