Reverend Richard Coles
Cleric, Broadcaster & Former Communard
Reverend Richard Coles is the only Church of England priest that can claim to having had a British Number 1 hit single as part of highly successful pop duo The Communards. He is a radio broadcaster and television panellist on shows such as Have I Got News for You and QI.
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The Reverend Richard Coles is a Church of England priest in the quintessentially English village of Finedon, Northamptonshire. Richard moved to London as a young man to work as a session musician in theatre. He joined pop group Bronski Beat as a sax player where he met Jimmy Somerville and they formed The Communards. After his pop career Richard studied for a theology degree at King's College, London. With a particular interest in housing communities, he is involved in providing social and affordable housing. Richard writes regularly for newspapers and magazines. He is co-presenter of BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live. Richard was the inspiration for the main character in the BBC hit comedy Rev and took part in Celebrity Masterchef.
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Richard Coles' work in the media and unique position as the only Vicar to have had a number one hit record, makes him a popular speaker on the after dinner circuit, regaling many extraordinary and humorous tales of his journey from popstar to priest.
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