There is a nice 30 second clip of Ian Wilson right there on the home page.
There is this from the right hand column on the page. You can’t click yet (as it suggested you do) so revisit soon:
To use dispassionate argument to focus attention on something that may, uniquely, have a direct link to the historical Jesus of Nazareth. If you are interested in why I think this is important please click here. My reasons may surprise you.
David Rolfe, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, UK.
Films for free. Very generous. Some of it is there already and some is not so revisit soon:
Meanwhile…I am making the three films I have made on the subject over the last four decades available on this site for all to view without charge. The most recent is in eight languages. If you are new to the subject you might wish to select your preferred language and first watch this summary of the story. Just choose your flag. This particular film was commissioned by the Archdiocese of Turin and to their brief. It is not as dispassionate in tone as this website aspires to be but I can vouch for all the factual material. . . .
Some good sharing out here. I’d add the social media Facebook, Twitter and Google+ links. And aren’t copies of past BSTS newsletters available on Barrie’s shroud.com website?
For really fast-moving debate and comment on the subject you should keep in touch with Dan Porter’s [Shroud Story] blog and for the ultimate in deep study of the subject explore Barrie Schwortz’s exhaustive Shroud.com. Not yet available online but well worth subscribing to is the British Shroud of Turin Society’s (BSTS) Journal. It is edited by Hugh Farey, a sceptic who brings a cold and withering eye to the more sanctimonious or simply superficial studies that are all too frequently let loose.
Looks good. I’ll need to revisit soon.