'God made me cancel my own crucifixion'

Five, the television channel, denied it was disappointed that Diamond, a radio and TV presenter and outspoken Daily Star columnist, had decided against being crucified. No date has been set for the broadcast of the programme. If shown, it may have to change its original working title, Crucify Me. —Nico Hines‘God made me cancel my own crucifixion’ (Times Online)

In my Intro to Literary Study class, I’m teaching Arthur Miller’s Resurrection Blues — a play about a TV commercial director hired to film the crucifixion of a rebel leader in a Central American country.