Faith goes pop - BBC pieces

Catch-up post: Al Rogers looks at religious messages in pop songs for the BBC. He's dealt with Good Charlotte, Coldplay, and more, and here's his brief "spiritual U2" broadcast, which focuses on the old story (which for some reason hit the news again in mid-2005) of U2's having turned down an offer of $23 million to use "Where the Streets Have No Name" in a TV ad.

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