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Best Unitedkingdom podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Unitedkingdom podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Don't you just love a crazy story? I do. Each episode of ESP covers those stories you just can't help but love. The stories that shock but are always real. They might be...true crime, survival, justice, kidnap, mayhem, madness, twisted. Sometimes the the outright weird. Always unbelievable. Join Barry as he walks you through the story he just can't get out of his head this week.
 
Roy Keane is the most fascinating footballer of his generation and he's been Neil Brennan's hero for 25 years. It's time to find out why.
 
Bethesda Shalom, "House of Mercy and Peace". A small independent Bible believing Church located in Wolverhampton, England; endeavouring to hold fast to truth and stand fast in love by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
 
AJ Marks and Megan Sola-Guinto are two American musicians studying in England and host a biweekly podcast with a variety of local and international guests to discuss the cultural differences between the U.S. and the U.K. From explaining slang to debunking various misconceptions, Americans and Britons alike can tune in to hear fresh perspectives on what the other countries are like. Email your questions, corrections and stereotypes to AIAhosts@gmail.com and follow AJ and Megan on social media ...
 
Two best friends put an ad online with the hope of finding some musicians to start a band. As an audition process they thought that playing two songs and, afterward, drinking two beers with the hopeful candidates would be a good way to find the best fit. They would also record the auditions and release them as a podcast. What followed was the formation of new friendships and a band the likes of which the world has never seen!
 
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Luke 23:35-43 The people and the rulers, the soldiers and the criminal —each one hurled their abuse and insults with guided precision—it was open season on the Son of Man. In the eyes of the mob who had gathered to express their contempt of Jesus, the suffering spectacle which hung before them was proof positive that this man was getting all that H…
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
Revelation 21 Every book has a start and a finish; a beginning and an ending. The Book of Revelation is no exception to this rule and as we begin part 32 of our studies, we cross yet another milestone in our journey through this book. No longer are we going up the mountain...having reached the peak, we’re now descending on the other side of the Jor…
 
Our deputy Director Professor Tim Bale and Senior fellow Professor Meg Russell discuss what happens next with Brexit now that we have a Conservative majority government, what we can expect with a UK's trade deal with the European Union and what we should be looking out for in 2020. They were joined by our podcaster James Millar.…
 
Jonathan Portes speaks to Mishal Husain about a post-Brexit immigration system, which will be points-based. However Portes says in Canada, Australia etc they are not just based on salary thresholds, they have flexibility and respond to what the market is saying and what employers, businesses and public services want.…
 
Tim Bale discusses recent polling of Labour Party members, looking at whether class is an important factor to them when it comes to deciding who to vote for the in Labour Leadership contest.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Psalm 85:6 As Christians, we’re never stationary for very long; we’re either moving closer to the Lord or further away from Him. We all experience flutterings from time to time along the way, but it’s over those protracted seasons of drift where we suddenly realise that our love has grown cold, and our standards have fallen. O that the Lord might r…
 
Professor Tim Bale talks to Anushka Asthana about the first week in parliament of 2020 and what to expect. Tim discusses his recent work polling Labour members on the Labour Leadership contest candidates.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Anand Menon speaks on the Matthew Wright Show about what's to come in terms of the post-Brexit trade negotiations in 2020.He says the UK may end up with a partial agreement at the end of 2020, if it refuses to extend the transition period, but the EU will insist on level playing field arrangements.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter speaks on the BBC Radio 4 PM programme about what the year ahead holds in terms of negotiations for the UK with the European Union. She says Boris Johnson wants a much looser relationship, with a free trade agreement and a right to diverge. He no longer wants to remain in the customs union, the single market or under the jurisdiction of…
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
Psalm 90:2 Men in this life, give themselves to the numbering of many things. The rich man numbers his pounds and the poor man his pennies; the farmer numbers his cattle and the shepherd numbers his sheep. Whatsoever is valuable to a man, that will he number so as not to allow so much as a crumb to fall to the ground in waste. As we begin not only …
 
Revelation 20:7-15 Upon the return of Jesus, His glorious appearing shall bring to an end this current Church age which has spanned the last two millennia, and a new age will begin, lasting for half that time. The question that we want to answer in part 31 is this; what happens after once the thousand years have come to their end? What we have reco…
 
John 6:48-69 We’ve got to come to the realisation and acceptance (even in our comfortable 21st Century Western surroundings), that it’s not when everything is going well that our faith is refined; it’s in the fires of affliction! It’s here where our faith is tested and refined!! Dear soul, when you first put your hand in His and told the Lord that …
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
James 3:10-12 It’s not until you squeeze a fruit, that one discovers its true taste! On the surface, the grapefruit and the orange both look alike, in size and in shape; however, upon closer inspection one quickly discovers that they’re radically opposite when it comes to taste! One is bitter, and the other is sweet. It’s not until we’re squeezed t…
 
Catherine Barnard talks on BBC Radio 5 Live about the different options and outcomes there are for the UK when it comes to trade deals, following Boris Johnson winning a majority in the general election.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
In this episode, James Millar speaks to to Rafael Behr from the Guardian, Asa Bennett, Brexit commissioning editor at the Telegraph and Jill Rutter, senior research fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe. They discuss, what happened at the elections and what it means, who the likely candidates are for Labour leadership and whether Brexit is now done…
 
1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Of all the many sins that abounded in the Corinthian Church, there was one sin in particular that Paul felt the need to first address. It wasn’t their toleration of false teachers, nor was that one had his father’s wife while the Church allowed this evil to reign unchecked in their midst! It wasn’t Brother taking Brother to co…
 
Revelation 20:1-6 When the disciples asked Jesus; “...Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel?” (Acts 1:6), what did they mean? If one was to ask such a question today in the vast majority of the theological colleges across the Western world, one would receive an answer that would be far from adequate in explaining the true…
 
Will Boris Johnson be able to get the UK out of the EU by 31 Jan? What needs to be done? Jill Rutter, senior research fellow explains the various stages Johnson's government needs to follow in order to reach the Brexit deadline.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
On the fourth panel, speakers discussed the volatility of British politics and the impact that Brexit is having.Speakers were:Joe Twyman, Director, DeltapollDeborah Mattinson, Founding Partner, Britain ThinksAnand Menon, Director at the UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King’s College LondonChair: Jam…
 
On the third panel, speakers talked about the impact of Brexit on political parties and their supporters, what might happen next as a result.Speakers were:-Tim Bale, Deputy Director at the UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of Politics, Queen Mary University of London-Chris Wilkins, Prime Minister Theresa May’s Former Director of Strategy and Ma…
 
On the second panel, speakers talked about the surprising information they have found out about British voters, using data from the BES.-Professor Geoffrey Evans, BES, Nuffield College, Oxford-Ms Paula Surridge, Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol-Professor Jane Green, BES, Nuffield College, Oxford-Dr Rosalind Shorrocks, Lecturer in Politics, Un…
 
Our conference with the British Election Study (BES) looked at how Brexit is impacting the general election and British voters. On the first panel, speakers talked about the key issues to look out for at the election, using data from the BES.Speakers were:Professor Edward Fieldhouse, BES, University of ManchesterDr Jonathan Mellon, BES, University …
 
Anand Menon joins Nihal Arthanayake on BBC Radio 5Live with Joe Twyman and Bronwen Maddox to talk about the election, a day ahead of the public heading to the polls. They discuss voters feeling politically homeless, polling, the NHS and more.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Sir John Curtice speaks to Martha Kearney on the Today programme, the day before election day. He discusses the increase of both the Labour Party and the Conservative Party's vote share, having squeezed the Brexit Party and the Liberal Democrats. He also says the following the second MRP polling, there is now a higher chance of a hung parliament.…
 
Acts 9:1-6 If ever there was an example (outside of the life of our Saviour), of single-minded devotion to the high calling of God, it was the life of Paul the Apostle!! While many today are busy about their own business, Paul was busy about His Masters. From the moment of his conversion, a cry arose in his heart, “Lord, what wilt thou have me to d…
 
Jill Rutter speaks to Shelagh Fogarty about a possible future trade deal with the EU. Rutter says Boris Johnson's deal will inevitably mean checks on goods from Great Britain into Northern Ireland. There will also be some checks on goods coming from Northern Ireland into Great Britain. This follows leaked documents from the Treasury on the impact o…
 
Chris Morris, on Radio 4's Today programme mentions our recently published 'Manifestos uncovered' report which suggests that the only feasible outcome is a simple free trade agreement that might only cover goods without no or limited provisions to services.You can read the full report here. https://ukandeu.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Brexit-th…
 
Sir John Curtice, speaks to Professor Anand Menon on why this is the Brexit election and what the polls tell us on the likely outcome.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Ephesians 4:17-32 There are some Christians who never mention the name of our adversary, for fear of giving him undue attention. You’ve all heard I’m sure, the well-meaning sentiments of a dear soul that has said in their enthusiasm; “I don’t give HIM any glory by even mentioning his name!”. Now I do understand the thinking behind such a statement,…
 
Revelation 19:11-21 All that has gone before us in past chapters, is preparing us for the one pinnacle, supreme event that is to appear in this chapter, namely the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. The single greatest event in history without exception, to which the prophets of old bore witness, was Messiah’s first coming. The single greatest…
 
Join Barry as he walks you through some crazy stories Love, sex, death murder, survival, suicide and all that lies in between. These are scary, cheeky, brutal, funny and shocking… but ultimately incredible human stories. Find ESP and get involved FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/299594217174861/ Twitter @extrasoriespod Instagram extraordina…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Professor Sir John Curtice, senior fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe, Mark Wallace, executive editor of ConservativeHome, Sienna Rodgers, editor of LabourList and Mark Pack, editor of the Liberal Democrat Newswire with podcaster James Millar. They discuss all things elections, emerging trends or changes in the …
 
Is this Britain's angriest election? To what extent should we blame the media, twitter and Facebook for fueling anger and is Brexit to blame?Speakers-Professor Tim Bale, Deputy Director at The UK in a Changing Europe-Mike Graham, presenter at talkRadio-Professor Maria Sobolewska, University of Manchester-Sunder Katwala, British Future…
 
Jill Rutter, senior research fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe speaks to Tom Swarbrick on LBC about the Conservative manifesto, its key highlights, how it will affect you and how it is different from their last manifesto in 2017?By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
The Father’s Pruning Shears – Paul M. Williams John 15:1-6 On a traditional vine that has been trained, there is a main with thick horizontal branches coming off from the trunk. All along the branches, at regular intervals are knuckles (spurs), out of which grow pencil-like stems called canes. It is on these canes that the grapes will grow; however…
 
Matt Bevington speaks to Shelagh Fogarty about the Liberal Democrats, ahead of the 2019 general election. Jo Swinson was excluded from the ITV leaders debate, but are there advantages to that? What are the Lib Dems' chances of doing well in the election?By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Tim Bale speaks to talkRadio's Mike Graham, following the leaders' debate on ITV between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, looking at who performed the best. Tim Bale said it's unclear who really won the debate, as neither leader shone.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Are TV debates a powerful tool in reaching out to voters? Who is likely to tune in and how do electoral pacts complicate our politics? Our politics researcher Dr Alan Wager speaking on LBC with presenter Shelagh Fogarty.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Matthew 23:25-28 I’m sure that you’ve heard of the cat with nine lives – so the old English proverb goes, “For three he plays, for three he strays, and for the last three he stays". One news story reported how that a cat in the US city of Boston survived a fall from a 19-storey window, only bruising her chest! It’s one thing to talk with lightness …
 
Revelation 19:1-10 A heard is cry coming from heaven; “...the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made herself ready”. This, to the Western mind, seems strange language upon first sight. In what sense are we to understand this seeming conundrum? How can the Church be identified as the wife of Christ before the marriage? In order to unde…
 
Professor John Curtice and Jill Rutter, of The UK in a Changing Europe join podcaster James Millar to discuss the general election.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
What should voters be watching out for before they cast their vote? Our senior research fellow Jill Rutter outlines the key issues the electorate should be considering such as where public money should be spent, who has the best plan for the economy both nationally and locally and how this might be the last big Brexit choice for the voter.…
 
Jill Rutter, senior research fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe speaks to Nicky Campbell on BBC 5 Live on how Brexiters in Bishop Auckland, one of the key battleground seats for the Conservatives, are likely to vote in the upcoming December election.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
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