In a wide-ranging interview with Premier Dr Rowan Williams also talks about his upbringing, studies at Cambridge and what he'd hoped for when he took on the job
The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has admitted he had a deep sense of sadness over the Church's divisions over women bishops.
In a wide-ranging interview with Premier he talks about his upbringing, studies at Cambridge and what he'd hoped for when he took on the job.
But on women bishops, he admits he could have done better:
And you can hear more from Dr Rowan Williams in an hour long, exclusive interview tonight on Premier at 10pm.
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