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Documentary maker Louis Theroux's future on the BBC has been confirmed with the announcement of his next project. Theroux previously revealed that he wouldn't be moving from the BBC to a streaming service , having seen Sir David Attenborough recently join forces with Netflix to work on Our Planet. He'll once again be spending time with the Westboro Baptist Church — a controversial Christian ministry known for its strong homophobic views — but this time he'll be exploring how the community has been impacted by the death of their figurehead and church-founder, Pastor Phelps nicknamed 'Gramps'. Theroux went on to say that Pastor Phelps' "angry and bigoted outlook" had been the basis of Westboro's practices, but he was curious to see if his death had caused any of their followers to re-evaluate their beliefs, especially as Phelps apparently had a change of heart towards the end of his life. Theroux added: "It was exciting going back for thirds. For their own reasons - to do with spreading their twisted take on the gospels — Westboro let me back in. I feel lucky to have had the chance to conduct this kind of longitudinal documentary making. Want up-to-the-minute entertainment news and features? Type keyword s to search.
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That's just life. The police should be looking at this in the same way they look at religious extremism online.