Wild At Home
In conversation with Russell Brand
In conversation with Russell Brand
Speaker(s): Russell Brand
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A Yearning For Learning: The State Of Education
“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family. “ So said Kofi Anan. But what does education look like in the UK today?...
Speaker(s): Winchester University, Gurminder Bhambra
Ah Christmas time, mistletoe and wine... no, we're afraid Sir Cliff isn't joining us this year, but in his absence we're pulling out all our Christmas crackers, and laying on a feast. The way...
In conversation with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
Let's spend an hour with the head honcho of the Church of England! It's great to get the chance to check in with the Archbishop of Canterbury every now and then. Let's ask him how it's going?...
Speaker(s): The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
Young laureates from this year's 21 For 21 Programme share an honest discussion about the joys and challenges of interfaith work. With Georgia May (Programme Director at Rose Castle Foundation),...
Speaker(s): Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers, 21 For 21
Scripture and Violence: Challenging Assumptions
Join in a 'Scriptural Reasoning' session where we will explore the assumptions around passages in the Jewish, Christian and Muslim sacred texts that might seem to incite the very violence and...
Speaker(s): Scriptural Reasoning, Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers
The Laugh Temptation: Is Everything Funny? Or Are Some Things Off-Limits?
Forty years ago this autumn, churches were picketing Monty Python's Life of Brian. Now university campuses ask comedians to sign agreements not to touch on a range of issues before taking gigs. A...
Speaker(s): URC, James Cary, Elf Lyons
Is Protest Art Just Propaganda? Or Is All Art A Form Of Protest?
A group of leading arts activists at the festival chew the fat about whether art is just a reflection of life and the world in which we live, or a lens that can effect change in the world and in the...
Speaker(s): Michael Leunig, Balaklava Blues presented by Belarus Free Theatre, Debbie Lewer
Personal Spirituality with Michael Leunig
“Give unto Caesar what is Caesar's but give your art to God” Cartoonist, artist, philosopher and poet Michael Leunig often explores the idea of an innocent and sacred personal inner world. Join...
Speaker(s): Michael Leunig, Modern Church
Storying with L’Arche
Join us for a conversation about storytelling with poet and theologian Pádraig Ó Tuama, Tim and Lucille from the L'Arche Preston Community, and Charlotte Overton-Hart who founded Story Chaplain,...
Speaker(s): Pádraig Ó Tuama, L'Arche Community
So where do we go from here?
We've partied. We've protested. But what do we do now with all that we've wrestled with this weekend on the climate catastrophe that faces us if we just stick to business as usual? As we head...
Speaker(s): Extinction Rebellion, The Anti Fracking Nanas, Christian Aid
It's easy to think that extremism is other people – lone shooters in New Zealand mosques, for instance. But it is also easy for us all to stop noticing and speaking out against everyday extremism...
Speaker(s): Ivan Humble, Lisa-Raine Hunt
Is Church History?
The numbers aren't great. When only 1% of under 24's identify with the Church of England, it's no surprise some people say it's had its day. But how do you take the pulse of a body like a church?...
Speaker(s): Kate Bottley, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, Liz Adekunle