English author Evelyn Waugh’s conversion to Catholicism in 1930 was as big a news item in its day as Tom Cruise’s Oprah-couch moment professing love (to a woman) was in ours. It made the newspaper. I don’t need to remind you of TomKat’s fate; but unlike that ill-fated union, Waugh departed this life dedicated to his religion. What’s the connection, beyond Oprah and her book club? For me it’s the subtext of homosexuality and the belief in a higher power that endures in our culture. And in Julian Jarrold’s BRIDESHEAD REVISITED — airing Sunday at 8P — the elephant in Waugh’s novel is handled as tenderly as possible.
|Sat., May. 30|
|2:15 AM ET||Chloe|
|4:15 AM ET||Cry Baby|
|6:00 AM ET||The Writers' Room|
|6:30 AM ET||Love Actually|
|9:30 AM ET||Behind the Story With the Paley Center|
|10:30 AM ET||Misery|
|12:45 PM ET||Sneakers|
|3:30 PM ET||The Bank Job|
|6:00 PM ET||Midway|
|9:00 PM ET||Top Gun|
|11:15 PM ET||Starship Troopers|
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