Andrew Atherstone - author of the first biography of Justin Welby - talks about the man who is about to become the spiritual leader for almost 80 million Anglicans worldwide. On Thursday the Archbishop will be enthroned at Canterbury Cathedral.
When Justin Welby is enthroned this week as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury he will continue a line which has been unbroken since the Sixth Century - and the arrival of a monk from Rome called Augustine.
We speak to Ray Harlow from the Sandwich Guildhall Musuem, Paul Bennett from Canterbury Archaeological Trust and broadcaster Jonathan Foyle, author of a new book on Canterbury Cathedral.
In the lead-up to the enthronement of the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury this week, Jonathan Foyle, author of a new book ''Architecture of Canterbury Cathedral'' talks about how England's finest Cathedral came into being.
New Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will face controversial issues following his enthronement on Thursday.
Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell talks about the church's views on gay marriage. Rev Rachel Weir discusses women Bishops. Archbishop Welby's biographapher Andrew Atherstone gives an insight into the way he will approach his ministry.
Next week sees an event which only comes round every decade or so. It's the enthronement of the new Archbishop of Canterbury. Our correspondent Derek Johnson reports.