"So the imperial cult grew. Its 'good news' was that Caesar, the son of God, was now the lord of the whole world, claiming allegiance from everybody in return for bringing salvation and justice to the world. Resistance was met with crucifixion. The system was based on sheer power."Veteran BBC man Tusa will help pick Scots arts chief
"One of the UK’s most respected arts figures, Sir John Tusa, is to play a key role in choosing the figurehead for Scotland’s new cultural funding body. ... One of the most respected people in the UK arts scene, Sir John was managing director of the BBC World Service from 1986 to 1993, having had a distinguished career as a broadcaster, and subsequently spent more than 10 years managing London’s Barbican arts centre. He has also been chair of the Wigmore Hall in London and is chair of the influential Clore Leadership Programme for cultural activities."