God Knows How They’ve Managed So Far
Vatican Radio is going commercial in July to meet rising costs. The voice of the Roman Catholic church is one of the world's oldest broadcasters, first going on the air in 1931. But the station now costs almost £19m a year to run. Known as the Voice of the Pope, it broadcasts worldwide by short, medium and long wave, by FM in Rome, and also on the internet.
FOOTNOTE: Divine inspiration.