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Interview: Bill Sewell, restaurateur

Interview: Bill Sewell, restaurateur

‘People must want things to be different. It’s no good blaming McDonald’s for obesity’

Interview: Laura Purseglove, project curator, Art and Christianity Enquiry

Interview: Laura Purseglove, project curator, Art and Christianity Enquiry

‘Art is an end in itself, something that the Church has historically supported’

Interview: Jeremy Vine, broadcaster and presenter

Interview: Jeremy Vine, broadcaster and presenter

‘It makes for a better show if you don’t know what the presenter thinks’

Interview: Alison Woolley, director, Seeds of Silence

Interview: Alison Woolley, director, Seeds of Silence

‘A discipline of silence is demanding work, and often requires sacrifice on some level’

Richard Smith, gynaecological surgeon

Richard Smith, gynaecological surgeon

‘There’s a crisscross between matters medical, religious, and practical’

 

Interview: Mike McHargue, ‘Science Mike’

Interview: Mike McHargue, ‘Science Mike’

‘I love science. . . it’s a lot of fun’

Interview: Justin Humphreys, executive director, the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service

Interview: Justin Humphreys, executive director, the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service

‘There are new dangers and risks today that did not exist five years ago’

Interview: Jon Grogan, author

Interview: Jon Grogan, author

‘The word “depression” is hopelessly inadequate to describe the condition’

Interview: Gareth Wallace, executive director, Conservative Christian Fellowship

Interview: Gareth Wallace, executive director, Conservative Christian Fellowship

‘Politicians need to listen to what voters are concerned about’

Interview: Margaret Barker, theologian

Interview: Margaret Barker, theologian

‘It’s a huge privilege to be able to contribute to the great stream of biblical scholarship’

Interview: Dan Forshaw, jazz saxophonist

Interview: Dan Forshaw, jazz saxophonist

‘Jazz in church lets us sing about the harshest realities of life’

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Fri 24 Mar 17 @ 20:45
Tributes to Martin McGuinness: “How some­one ends their life is much more important than how they begin it.” https://t.co/VllxZY6WZJ

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