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Bono and The Edge from U2 came into Absolute Radio to talk to Christian O'Connell from the breakfast show about their new album, No Line on the Horizon. There's also some classic U2 stuff from when we've met the band at festivals or our studios and we'll be adding any new interviews as we get them too, so make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out. For more details go to absoluteradio.co.uk
 
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On this show, Alex Morrison talks us through the beta testing he's been doing for the new Stearman Press Ultra 4 Large Format developer, and the results he's got with some different films, and in comparison to other developers. You can find the pictures discussed in the show here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13n7fz7-rpEB_vcCYcZuv0P99qXqT…
 
Preaching for the First Sunday of Advent, Sr. Terry Rickard offers a reflection on being awake to the continual coming of the God of hope, even as we lament our current realities: "Be awake, be woke to the God of hope who comes to us now in midst of our lamentations. Lamenting the surging virus, a divided country and a sinful and suffering Church. …
 
Preaching for the Solemnity of Christ the King, Ellie Hidalgo offers a reflection on building el reino de Dios -the kingdom of God as engaged citizens and Catholics: "As Catholics, what we believe to be the shape of the heart of Christ the King, determines how we respond and the kinds of communities we construct. And if in our communities we have l…
 
On this episode of On Location, Christian Strauf and Jonathon Becker take us into the wonderful world of developing with Caffenol. Links • Class by Dr. Scott Williams (1995) of the Imaging and Photographic Technology Department at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT): https://people.rit.edu/andpph/text-coffee.html • The Caffenol Cookbook: ht…
 
Preaching for the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rose Lue offers a reflection on using our God-given gifts fearlessly to cooperate in building God's reign: "Consider the Gospel’s invitation to share the talents entrusted to you in trust and without fear. Know that when shared in this way, there’s a promise of the talents being multiplied! An…
 
Powerful Prayers | Prayers From The Old Testament "Pouring Out Our Hearts" Pastor Ron Kool 1 Samuel 1:1-20 Sermon Summary Prayer is an amazing gift from God. He invites us to share with Him our highest highs and our lowest lows. We're beginning a series this morning in which we'll look at four prayers from the Old Testament, looking at what they te…
 
In this episode we talk to film and television editor Ben Mills, who has worked on films such as The King’s Man, Mission Impossible, The Secret Garden, The Dark Knight Rises and most recently the upcoming film Silent Night. Ben Mills http://www.benmills.co.uk/ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3444080/ https://www.hipshootfilm.com/store/4stops2 Instagram…
 
Preaching for the Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Patricia Smith, RSM offers a reflection on returning to the ancient practice of living in communal anticipation of the return of Christ: "In their time, Matthew’s audience were ardently awaiting the final coming, the end of the world as they knew it. As that didn’t happen, later generations t…
 
Joy in the Journey: A Series on Philippians "What Your Giving Really Does" Pastor Ron Kool Philippians 4:10-23 Sermon Summary: What happens when we give to one of God’s servants or to a ministry? What difference does it make? As Paul says thanks to the Philippians for the gifts they sent to him, he teaches them—and us—what really happens when we gi…
 
Are Mormons our brother and sisters in Christ, but just members of a different Christian denomination, like the difference between Baptists, Methodists, or Lutherans, or the difference between protestants and Catholics? Over the course of several episodes we are going to answer this question by looking in depth at Mormonism. In this episode, we wil…
 
In this episode of 'The Darkroom Sessions' John joins Chris O'Connell (virtually) in his darkroom for a chat about his fascinating and vegetable based darkroom processes. Yes, that's right, beetroot and onions. We take a journey through many subjects from Eastenders to large format self portraits and everything in between. Do check out his website …
 
Email: jackyroadstudios@gmail.com This week's song: Thanks For Tuning In - https://youtu.be/H-jdvqAY_e0 Hamish & Andy Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/hamish-andy/id213334232 Hamish & Andy new podcast, Remembering Project: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/hamish-andys-remembering-project/id1534252348 Andy's kids book series, Do N…
 
Joy in the Journey: A Series on Philippians "The Secret to Contentment" Pastor Arek O'Connell Philippians 4:10-13 Sermon Summary We spend a lifetime searching after contentment. We’re constantly looking for more and more in an effort to find long-lasting peace and satisfaction. In Philippians, Paul tells us he has found the secret in being content …
 
Preaching for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Pauline Hovey offers a reflection on the Greatest Commandment in light of her experiences serving at the US-Mexico border: "Who does this? Who gives half of what they have to a stranger? Or one-third of what they’ve earned when they don’t even know when they will next receive any income? Who does…
 
Joy in the Journey: A Series on Philippians | Think and Do Pastor Ron Kool Philippians 4:8-9 SUMMARY The Apostle Paul knows that what we think about matters. A lot. He knows that what we think about impacts what we feel and what we do. This morning Paul will help us to do something important. He’ll help us think about what we’re thinking about. Pau…
 
Preaching for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Maureen O'Connell offers a reflection on resisting the thinking, habits, and solutions of empire: "We aren’t chosen by the authority figures of empires, no matter what religious or political guises they moralize with or campaign in or what certainties they claim to offer or platitudes they attempt to …
 
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In this episode of On Location, Bill Thoo talks us through the experience and practice making beautiful images of the night sky on film. It's an inspiring and interesting listen, so we hope you enjoy it! Find Bill https://www.instagram.com/billthoo_astro/ https://www.instagram.com/billthoo/ https://www.instagram.com/bill.thoo/ Music used is: Positi…
 
Joy in the Journey: A Series on Philippians "Living in the Red Zone" Pastor Ron Kool Philippians 4:4-7 Sermon Summary: When you think of Christians, what kind of people come to mind? Are they happy or ornery? Angry or calm? This morning Paul will remind us that if we follow Jesus we should be people of joy, gentleness and peace Support the show (ht…
 
Preaching for the Twenty-eight Sunday in Ordinary Time, María Soledad offers a reflection on preparing for the feast God has planned for us: "...in these moments of history in which we feel so deprived and unsatisfied with our present, let us remember that the God of Jesus is a God that has prepared a big feast for us. That our hope and our future …
 
Joy in the Journey: A Series on Philippians One of the challenges we face as we seek to follow Jesus is that we tend to be myopic—shortsighted. For many of us, we see only what’s close to us, what’s right in front of our faces. But Paul tells us that if we’re going to be followers of Jesus, we need to watch out for that and learn to see the bigger …
 
Preaching for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - through the lens of Saint Francis - Ramona Miller, OSF offers a reflection on finding our own goodness and peace by living into community with all creation: "As we desire to develop a vineyard that pleases God and deepens our inner peace we come to realize that there can be no fences around…
 
Lewis Spears, YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/NebzAdlay Luke And Lewis Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrVRavp-eMeiWAuGcMJ1h0g The Golf Song - https://youtu.be/AP0u-ixLJ2g News Media Bargaining Code Petition - https://www.change.org/p/parliament-of-australia-save-youtube-by-stoping-australia-s-proposed-law-news-media-bargaining-co…
 
This is a show about me trying to justify my purchase of a 3rd 4x5 camera. In the process I spoke to the maker of the camera, Steve Lloyd from Chroma Cameras, a known purchaser of much gear and the co-host of the Large Format Photography Podcast Simon Forster, and the man who inspired me into 4x5 in the first place, the mighty Mat Marrash. I don't …
 
Preaching for the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Marge Kloos, SC offers a reflection encouraging us to go out and work in the vineyard today: "Today, we are a planet awakening to multiple injustices cascading over our consciousness. Our journey to the vineyard cannot be put on hold. The urgency of this moment calls us to go to work in the vi…
 
There is a danger that exists in all of our spiritual lives to place confidence and comfort in our good deeds. Too often, without realizing it, we can begin to do so many good things that we start to see them as trophies we can present before God. However, Paul has walked down this road before, and he wants to warn us that unless we are seeking to …
 
Preaching for the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jessie Bazan offers a reflection on the familiar parable of the workers in the vineyard: "Our God is a God of infinite possibilities, whose ways are high above the human ways to which we’ve grown accustomed. Our God cannot be tamed within the made-up constructs of in or out, worthy or unworthy…
 
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