A greener festival
As a festival we want to tread as carefully as we can. We were pleased to win A Greener Festival Award last year and we're on a journey towards making sure we do the best we possibly can to minimise...
Giving: good. Fundraising: bad?
We all agree that giving is good, but is fundraising? Hear from three people paid to make you part with your cash about why they're proud to be professional fundraisers. Oh, and how it helps build...
Speaker(s): Zoe Bunter
Children of the State
Featuring Lemn Sissay, The Children's Society's Lucy Capron, and chaired by Home of Good's Krish Kandiah Join our panellists, along with young care leavers telling their stories, in debating...
Speaker(s): Krish Kandiah, Lemn Sissay
Jesus – Contrary and Controversial?
You don't get crucified for being a yes-man: something the Apostle's Creed overlooks, inserting nothing more than a comma between “born of the virgin Mary” and “suffered under Pontius...
Speaker(s): John Bell
Attempts to read Jesus' teachings with an open mind can be hampered by years of being told the 'right' interpretation in church. Get a fresh perspective on Jesus' parables with surprising and helpful...
Speaker(s): Symon Hill
Inter Act: What we talk about when we talk about video games
Millions of pounds are spent creating video games, yet we speak meaningfully about them so falteringly. Can we start seeing games as profound and spiritual, while not sidestepping their violent...
New kid on the block Will, whose launch as a solo performer was barely a year ago, has nonetheless hit the ground running with a no-rest-for-the-wicked touring schedule and a cracking debut EP...
Paul as Radical Political Theologian? Laying Down Identity and Taking Up Arms
Every Second, The Messiah: A Performed Reading from The Late Walter Benjamin
Clive Stafford Smith
Awarded an OBE for "humanitarian services", Clive is a lawyer specialising in defending people accused of the most serious crimes.
Liz is an Episcopal priest and political strategist specialising in the intersection of religion and sexuality.
Alastair Pearson and Charlie Irvine
Alastair Pearson is a family/systemic therapist with an interest in how ideas and practices used in family therapy can be of help in all areas of life. He has been exploring how to do this with...
In 2008, EMI, MTV and the Met Police donated the X-Mobile – a mobile recording studio created out of a police riot van – as part of MTV's Pimp My Ride show. Since then it has been working in...
Maya Evans has visited Afghanistan five times, including a three-month stay last year, and works extensively with the drone campaign network.