At the end of 2012 Dr Rowan Williams steps down after almost a decade as Archbishop of Canterbury and leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
He is the 104th Archbishop and has been in office at a time when the church faces internal problems and society comes to terms with global terrorism and recession.
Acknowledged as a theological writer, scholar and teacher, he is set to return to academia as Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Dr Williams gives one of his final interviews to ITV Meridian's Sangeeta Bhabra.
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