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Ashley Stephens is a struggling junior journalist, desperate to make her mark in the world of radio news. Follow one woman’s hilarious odyssey as she battles to be taken seriously, and get the real scoop. Starring Bethan Cullinane and James Corrigan. Created by Andy Apollo.
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Join gak as he explores music from the movies, tunes from television and any other cinematic source, along with atmospheric pieces, cutting edge new tracks and strange old goodies that could be used in a soundtrack to be. The spotlight swings widely to encompass composers, genres and other categories, but all in the name of discovery and ironclad whimsy.
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In this episode we discuss a few examples of ‘Christian celebrities’ in the news, the ‘Lausanne movement’ and the dangers of the promotion of ‘Christian unity’ at the expense of doctrine. We have a look at the Christian media and the need to apply critical thinking to their output as well as that of mainstream media. We focus in on Premier Christia…
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In this episode we consider the Church of England’s drive to net-zero and increasing ‘climate alarmism’ in the church, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s message to mark the start of Ramadan, the government’s new definition of ‘extremism’ and the Church Commisioners’ efforts to ‘repair the damage caused by the legacy of African chattel enslavement’. We…
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In this episode we consider the recent farmer protests across Europe, driven by desperation primarily over policies related to the ‘green agenda’ and the drive to ‘net-zero’, with a uniting protest theme of ‘No farmers, No food, No future.’ We look at the unrest in Wales over the proposed new ‘Sustainable Farming Scheme’, and get a glimpse of the g…
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Duade Paton is an experienced bird and nature photographer who also runs his own YouTube Channel with nearly 80,000 subscribers. Hear about some of his favorite photography tips, some of his favorite gear, as well as what it's like living and birding in Australia. Make sure to check out Duade's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/@Duade…
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We talk with photographer Matt Zuro about how he captures incredible bird photos, including many of the owl species that live in the northern United States, using thermal cameras for birding, and birding in Illinois. All photos seen in the video version of this episode are photos taken by Matt. You can check out his photos on his instagram @zurotog…
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In this episode we re-visit the controversy surrounding Christian leader Alistair Begg’s recent advice about attending a ‘transgender wedding’, and we take a quick look at another controversy involving Canterbury Cathedral and silent discos. We then spend some time reviewing Tucker Carlson’s now infamous interview with Vladimir Putin. This raised a…
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We talk with Chris, creator of the "Looking at Birds" podcast about what's it's like making each episode, how he got into birding, as well as what it's like living in Arizona, birding festivals, and more! You can check out Chris's podcast here! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/looking-at-birds-a-birding-podcast/id1561550706…
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In this special episode we talk to Aaron Edwards, who describes himself as a ‘theologian in academic exile’ after losing his job at a theological college following his now infamous tweet expressing a Biblical view on sexuality. We discuss the importance of being ‘shamelessly biblical’, the dangers of cowardice in the church, the term ‘outrageous gr…
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In this episode we have a look at the World Economic Forum who have just held their 54th annual meeting in Davos. We discuss some of their global objectives and themes, critiquing them from a Biblical perspective. We focus in on a few of their topics for this year including ‘Sustaining Life on Earth’, ‘Fixing Healthcare, Digitally’, ‘Net Zero Indus…
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We talk with Rachel Clark, professional birding guide from "Central California Birding Tours" about what it's like to bird in the diverse habitats of California. We also talk about if all wrens are sassy, and some of our stories about finding and looking for rare birds, as well as the trip we took to California. You can check out Rachel's website a…
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In this final episode of 2023, we have a review of the year and some of the topics we have covered and people we have interviewed. Topics include veganuary, abortion, standing up for truth, biblical orthodoxy, gender ideology, one-world government and replacement theology. We have included links below to the excellent people we have interviewed: Da…
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We talk with our friend and Wisconsin birder Eric Konkol about the First of the Year Birding Challenge, his work doing Marbled Murrelet and Spotted Owl surveys in the Pacific Northwest, as well as some of his recent trips, including what it's like to bird in South Texas.
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In this episode we discuss the official UK Covid Inquiry, and contrast it with Andrew Bridgen’s impressive effort to convene an expert testimony panel. We consider the ongoing issue of excess deaths and why this is not being investigated with urgency. We look at the cost of taking a stand and speaking out for truth, and the dangers of staying silen…
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In this special episode we speak with Professor Norman Fenton, Emeritus Professor of Risk at Queen Mary University of London. Norman has been a beacon of critical thinking through the last few years, bringing clarity, reasoned analysis and compelling evidence to issues around covid and net zero, and at some considerable personal cost. We discuss hi…
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In this episode we briefly discuss a few topical issues including excess deaths, legal action against Astra Zeneca, pro-Palestine marches and the sad death of baby Indi Gregory. We then focus on the issue of PHSE education (Personal, Social, Health & Economic) in schools. We discuss the ideologies and deceptions it promotes, the dangers it poses to…
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In this episode we discuss the unfolding situation following the recent attacks by Hamas on Israel, and why it is important to approach the issue with a Biblical worldview. We talk about the way the conflict has been portrayed in the mainstream media, and the tensions which have arisen within the ‘awake’ arena. We conclude with a focus on the Bible…
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In this special episode we are joined by Luke Avery who runs a YouTube channel called Lambda Bible Studies. Luke describes the unique nature and perspective of the channel and the listeners it attracts. We discuss the challenges of church life within the reality of a hostile culture, woke and progressive influences, and how we can navigate these. W…
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In this episode we take a little break from considering issues going on in the world, to have a think about our Christian stories and experiences and how these have shaped our critical thinking. We discuss how we have grown in our faith and dependence on God, and how important it is to daily take up our cross and follow Jesus. We hope this will be …
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In this episode we look at a few issues in the news including the possibility of a covid resurgence and return to masks, Christian Climate Action urging charities to boycott Barclays Bank, and a new network of scientists resisting the climate crisis narrative: The World Climate Declaration. We discuss the importance of being ready to answer difficu…
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In this episode we consider the issue of climate change, in the light of the fires in Rhodes. We also look at the technology surrounding electric cars, surveillance and Artificial Intelligence, and the dangers posed to privacy, freedom and way of life. We end with a warning to wake up and take God more seriously, and to take encouragement from the …
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In this episode we discuss a few topics which have been in the news. We look at people who have being ‘cancelled’ for expressing political or Christian views and for challenging prevailing ideologies. We talk about climate obsession in the Church and the on-going agenda in the media against meat-eating. We end with discussion on efforts to restrict…
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In this episode we discuss Pride ideology, gender identity and their promotion in schools. From a brief history of the Pride movement and its flags, to how transgenderism has its roots in Gnosticism, we ask how we should approach these issues as Christians and the challenges we may face. As ever, God's Word has the last word! Links: Bank of England…
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In this week's episode we have a look at some interesting things that have come to light in recent news, including weather warnings, lockdowns don't work (no surprise there), WHO Global Digital Health Certificates, 'BBC Verify' and Universal Basic Income trials. We also have a think about 'Pride month' and its increasing grip on society. We finish …
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In this episode we discuss the case of a teacher banned from the profession for 'misgendering' a pupil, and the extent of the gender ideology, sexually explicit material and 'woke morality' being 'taught' in schools and the harm to children it is causing. We also revisit the issue of 'excess deaths' which continue to be a significant reality here a…
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In this episode we chat to special guest Nick Franks. Nick carries a prophetic burden for maturity in the Church expressed through repentance and preparation for the return of Christ. We discuss some of the key challenges that face the western Church and the urgent need to be radical in light of Nick's new book, The Glorious Few. It's our hope that…
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In this episode we revisit the case of 'dissident' MP Andrew Bridgen who continues to ask legitimate questions around the safety of mRNA vaccines. We also look at a few issues which came out of our interview with Rev Jamie Franklin (Episode 30), including the new Church of England report on family life 'Love Matters' and the GAFCON statement from t…
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In this episode we chat to special guest Rev Dr Jamie Franklin. We discuss contending for the faith in the family and in the church. Jamie is a priest in the Church of England and he also hosts the Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs podcast. Links: Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs podcast Jamie's substack Defenders podcast with William Lane…
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In this episode we consider the term ‘conspiracy theory’ and ask whether the events of the last three years around covid have been due to ‘cockup’ or ‘conspiracy’. We look at what the Bible has to say to us on the nature of evil and how that relates to the world we live in today where global organisations, networks and ideologies are a reality. Lin…
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For Week 6 of our annual Oscars profile, this pre-recorded episode focuses on the nominees for Best Original Song. We'll hear songs from the films Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Tell It Like a Woman, Top Gun: Maverick, RRR and Everything Everywhere All at Once. We'll also hear some songs that missed the cut whilst gak celebrates some birthday or o…
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In this episode we look at the issue of ‘revival’ and repentance. We also discuss the recent decision in the Church of England to introduce the ‘blessing’ of same-sex relationships, and the suspension of a lecturer at a theological college for expressing orthodox Christian views on homosexuality. We end with a look at some of the pandemic truths re…
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