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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

Pause for Thought

Revd Tony Miles

2024-02-23

Chasing after good for others and not just for myself

Pause for Thought

Revd Tony Miles

2024-02-16

Feel the Love

Pause for Thought

Inderjit Bhogal

2024-01-10

Combating Winter Blues

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2024-01-04

Looking ahead for 2024

Pause for Thought

Inderjit Bhogal

2024-01-03

Looking ahead for 2024

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2023-12-28

Preparing a Feast

Pause for Thought

Inderjit Bhogal

2023-12-23

Preparing a Feast

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2023-12-21

Making a fairer world

Pause for Thought

Inderjit Bhogal

2023-12-20

Creating a world with more room for all

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2023-12-14

Love at the heart of gift-giving

Pause for Thought

Revd Tony Miles

2023-10-30

Life is full of unnamed saints

Pause for Thought

Revd Tony Miles

2023-10-23

Being prepared to leave my comfort zone to help others

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2023-10-20

See the beauty of the world through my own eyes

Pause for Thought

Revd Tony Miles

2023-10-09

Create space to bless a few people

Pause for Thought

Revd Michaela Youngson

2023-10-06

A denial of God's will

Episodes / Podcasts of interest

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Learning How to See with Brian McLaren, Jacqui Lewis and Richard Rohr

About: How do we transform and transcend our biases? From judgments made unconsciously to complacency in systemic evil, we must learn how to see if we are to learn how to transform. Center for Action and Contemplation faculty members Brian McLaren and Richard Rohr join Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Ph.D. of New York’s Middle Church for this special six-episode podcast series Learning How to See. Listen as these three powerful public theologians discuss how seeing is social, political, and contemplative.

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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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