Anarchist and poet, Angelo Quattrocchi (1945–2009) reported from
London, Paris and the US for Italian newspapers in the 1960s and 1970s and
subsequently worked as a scriptwriter for the BBC, Channel 4, and Italian
television. His books include The Beginning of the End: France, May 1968,
What Happened, Why It Happened with Tom Nairn.
Controversy abounds: was the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI linked to sexual 'deviations' inside the Vatican? A Guardian report suggests so. Reports such as these are not the first time Benedict’s sexuality has gained attention.
Richard Dawkins has posted a link to a review by Terry Eagleton on his blog, saying "I'm not normally a fan of Terry Eagleton, but this is a terrific review." The book is Geoffrey Robertson's The Case of the Pope: Vatican Accountability for Human Rights Abuses.