The Podcast Place

Welcome to The Podcast Place, your one stop shop for podcasts of interest. Here you will find podcasts featuring voices from around the London District, as well as groups we work closely with, including JPIT. If you have suggestions for a podcast that could appear on this page, why not contact us

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Revd Michaela Youngson

2020-10-23

'I shall seek out my inner dormouse!'

The Methodist Podcast

2020-10-08

The Methodist Podcast Episode 37: a special interview with the Revd Arlington Trotman for Black History Month

Revd Michaela Youngson

2020-10-01

'Repentance is much more than a simple sorry.'

The Methodist Podcast

2020-09-17

The Methodist Podcast Episode 34: child poverty, rural communities, All We Can and the Mayflower

Revd Michaela Youngson

2020-09-10

'Thank goodness for the radio and all the other ways we can be touched by music.'

The Methodist Podcast

2020-10-22

The Methodist Podcast Episode 39: coronavirus restrictions, social value of churches, Black History Month, Year of Prayer

Susanna Wesley Foundation

2020-10-04

Podcast 4: Flourishing, Glory and the Smile: unmasking joy

The Methodist Podcast

2020-10-01

The Methodist Podcast Episode 36: Reset household Covid debt, Black History Month with an interview with Inderjit Bhogal and Performing Arts Mission

Revd Michaela Youngson

2020-09-17

'I hope that we will learn again how connected we are.'

The Methodist Podcast

2020-09-10

The Methodist Podcast Episode 33: University chaplaincy, 3 Generate365, New Youth President and mission with a Norfolk dialect.

The Methodist Podcast

2020-10-15

The Methodist Podcast Episode 38: Methodist Council, prisons' week, Anthony Reddie and eating disorders

JPIT

2020-10-01

3:12 “Racism and Repentance” with Bell Ribeiro-Addy

The Methodist Podcast

2020-09-24

The Methodist Podcast Episode 35: Cameroon, Presidential resources, refugees crossing the Mediterranean and the National Methodist Choir of Great Britain.

Susanna Wesley Foundation

2020-09-14

Podcast 3: Transitioning Church: queer stories of cost, risk and gift

Revd Michaela Youngson

2020-09-04

'A whole universe of possibilities opened up before me.'

Episodes / Podcasts of interest

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'EJ Osborne is extraordinary!' - Katie Piper's Extraordinary People (08 Feb 2019)

Host: Katie Piper

About: EJ Osborne is a talented woodworker and BBC presenter on Money for Nothing. In this episode he shares his trans journey and how he finally opened up to his wife and family at the age of thirty nine. EJ speaks with humour and honesty about his incredible story.

Why: A policy for supporting transgender children and young people is in development:  you may find this Katie Piper podcast ‘EJ Osborne is extraordinary’ is of interest. In it, Katie Piper interviews EJ Osborne, a BBC presenter who has recently died.  As the church debates difficult issues, it is important to remember both that real people are involved and the need to respect that people have strongly held convictions.  

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NSPCC Learning: What does safeguarding mean to faith-based communities and groups?

Host: Cate Meredith

Speakers: Shirley Maginley and Mike Williams

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