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The RESOUNDworship Songwriting Podcast is designed to equip, train and inspire grass-roots worship songwriters in local churches. Joel Payne and Sam Hargreaves discuss songwriting technique, analyse classic worship songs, interview established writers and present a featured song. All to help you become a better worship songwriter! Also available on iTunes and via the usual podcast apps - search for "The Resound Worship Songwriting Podcast".
 
It takes a certain type of person to work in showbiz, and often it was clear from the start that they were destined to end up on stage. Daddy Look At Me takes the time to explore these scenarios with a guest every week. Helen Bauer and Rosie Jones will probe the guest on the pivotal moments in their early life; from childhood, to romance, and everywhere in between, we want the highs and lows that make it so obvious that this craving for attention ensured our guest was a born entertainer. You ...
 
How you live is how you lead.™ Legacy Living is an invitation to embrace an attitude of learning and living so that we are conscious about our values and intentional about our choices and actions. Your choices today determine our future. Learn more about Legacy Living from Dr. Gloria. Listen to her podcasts. Share them with coworkers, friends, and family. Dr. Gloria Burgess is an inspirational leader, speaker, and coach. As CEO of Jazz, Inc. and as a founding partner with the John Maxwell Te ...
 
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Alex, Mike and James are joined by Ben Kayser for a hugely emotional episode to reflect on the death of the legendary French winger Christophe Dominici. They share reminiscences of the Stade Francais star, look inwardly at whether they've done enough for struggling teammates in the past, and discuss what happens when the cheering stops.…
 
In this episode, Joel and Sam review the classic 'Calypso Carol' by Michael Perry, reflect with David Brackenbury on November's 'Songs of Thankfulness' challenge, and set a new challenge for December, the final one of the year! The featured song is the new Jubilate recording of Calypso Carol, and there are links to things mentioned in the podcast a…
 
Mark Rowlands is Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Miami. He is the author of seventeen books and has spent much of his career exploring the ethical and moral questions related to animal rights. His books, Animal Rights, Animals Like Us, and Can Animals be Moral are essential reading for anyone look…
 
Alex, James and Mike discuss the second round of action in the Autumn Nations Cup, there's some royal news, the wonderful Susie Dent drops in bringing wisdom and decorum, and Dan Leo joins the boys to talk about threats on his life, corruption, exploitation and his new documentary: 'Oceans Apart - Greed, Betrayal and Pacific Island Rugby' on Amazon…
 
Alex, James and Mike set the world straight, (well, James does), on the Georgians, the new series of The Crown and how it's gone down at Chez Tindall, the Baabaa's potential punishments, and the beautiful Pumas. Plus there's a 'shvili' and 'dze' debate, and a full round-up of the opening games from the Autumn Nations Cup where Tinds shows actual lo…
 
The rumours are true. Daddy Look At Me is back! Yes that means Baby Helen and Daddy Rosie have somehow made it to Season 4. To mark the momentous occasion Helen and Rosie have invited the amazing Rachel Parris and the glorious Marcus Brigstocke on to discuss all things growing up. We can't think of a better way to start the new series. It takes a c…
 
Season 4 starts tomorrow so we need to rope in some guests! It takes a certain type of person to work in showbiz, and often it was clear from the start that they were destined to end up on stage. Daddy Look At Me takes the time to explore these scenarios with a guest every week. Helen Bauer and Rosie Jones will probe the guest on the pivotal moment…
 
Alex and Mike are joined by a true legend of two games - Jason Robinson - for a wide ranging and hugely emotional conversation about dominating two codes, regrets, religion, racism and being left out in the cold. Plus, what really happened the night before the 2003 World Cup Final, and the importance of a good teacher. It's 90 minutes you won't wan…
 
Melissa Liszewski is a Senior Program Manager for Community Engagement at the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). She has loved animals and wanted to help them for as long as she can remember, and that passion has seen her deliver some of the most progressive, sustainable and impactful animal welfare programs in communities around in the …
 
Alex and James are joined by the newest member of TGTB&TR team as Ellis Genge signs on full time. They discuss England's Six Nations win, strawberry laces, melted candles and how they'd look to change the game to make it more of a spectacle. Ellis also takes James to task over Thierry Dusautoir, there's broken toilets, new cap sing-a-longs and a pa…
 
Alex is in Bermuda for the World Tens, but hops off his surfboard long enough to join James and Mike to discuss the fallout from the Barbarians cancellation after breaking Covid-19 rules. Hask defends the players and questions the strength of the BaaBaa's bubble. There's also tributes to David Pocock and Alun Wyn Jones, a DJ request, a discussion a…
 
Dave Neale is the Animal Welfare Director for Animals Asia. He travels extensively to head up their campaign to improve animal welfare at zoos and safari parks in China, and also works to increase general veterinary and animal welfare standards and promote animal-welfare education in schools and universities. Dave chats to us about his career after…
 
Alex, James and Mike are joined by Exeter's Jack Nowell to talk through the Chief's dramatic Heineken Champions Cup win against Racing 92, and discover what happened on the night out that followed. Plus, who's got a hyperbaric chamber and why, who bought night vision goggles, and what on earth is Stuart Hogg putting on his legs. All that plus a liv…
 
Alex and James play host to the 2020 RPA Awards Show, live from their living rooms. It's a smorgasbord of interviews, excitement, laughter and tears as the best of the best from across the men's and women's game are rewarded for their outstanding contributions at the prestigious black tie (or t-shirt or pyjamas) event. Hear from some of the biggest…
 
Ahead of the 2020 Heineken Champions Cup Final Alex, James and Mike turn back the clock to discuss what it's like to win the tournament and argue the best games, the most iconic players, the best away trips, and the greatest nights out. Full of fantastic stories, incidents, private jets, Clément Poitrenaud, Subaru Impreza Turbo's, nightclubs in rur…
 
Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement”. A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations and farm animal rescue, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses, documenting the deplorable conditions. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired in the United States and int…
 
Alex, James and Mike are joined by the former England and Lions loosehead Alex Corbisiero as he comes to terms with the return of cancer, just over a year after being first diagnosed. In a truly inspirational and remarkably upbeat 90 minutes, the guys discuss the power of dads, fear of death, THAT try, coming to terms with a failing body on and off…
 
In this episode Joel and Sam dissect the classic song 'Christ in My Waking' by Stuart Townend and Simon Brading, review the September 'Gap Songs in Three' challenge with Forum Dad David Brackenbury, interview Professor John Swinton, and set a new challenge for October to write songs on the theme of Mental Health. The featured song is 'Where Are You…
 
Alex and James are joined by one of the very best to have played the game over the past decade, Leinster and Ireland captain Johnny Sexton, to talk Irish rugby, credit ratings, the mental stress of leadership, critical dads, Soldier Field, what exactly James called Johnny and why Nigel Owens was so offended by it.…
 
John Goodrich is the Chief Scientist for Panthera, an organisation that is leading the way in global wild cat conservation science and strategy. John is acknowledged as one of the world’s preeminent tiger biologists. He has over 30 years of experience in wildlife research and conservation focused on Siberian tigers and other large carnivores. While…
 
Alex, James and Mike put the rugby world to rights as they discuss superstars, Saracens, semi-finals, and locked out spectators. And then ahead of publication of his autobiography, James reveals for the first time what really happened with Martin Johnson and Stuart Lancaster at consecutive World Cups, the nightmare of the New Zealand maid, the infa…
 
Alex and Mike welcome the Scotland captain Stuart Hogg to The Good, the Bad and the Rugby to talk pressure, walking away from the game, dinner with JK Rowling, George Best, Finn Russell, and the accident that changed his life forever. And he reveals why he almost end up in The Sport of Kings.By The Good, the Bad and the Rugby
 
Louie Psihoyos is the Oscar winning director of The Cove, the director of The Game Changers and Racing Extinction and the founder of Oceanic Preservation Society. Louie is recognised as one of the top still photographers in the world, having created iconic images for National Geographic for 18 years. Louie chats with us about his career, his lifelo…
 
Alex, James and Mike are joined from Wellington by arguably the greatest center of all time in double World Cup winner Ma'a Nonu. Together they discuss Owen Farrell's tackle, creamed rice pudding, the pressure of being an All Black, pineapple chunks, being humble, and what it was like to live next door to James. Oh, and THAT try!…
 
Alex and James are joined by the former England and Northampton captain Dylan Hartley for a fascinating discussion on leadership, pain, coffees with Eddie Jones, the pressures of captaincy, and what happens when your face and voice don't fit. And the boys discover why Hask is atop a kill list.By The Good, the Bad and the Rugby
 
In this episode we launch the new Doxecology album! Joel & Sam are joined by producer Matt Weeks to look back on the process of writing and recording and lift the veil on some of what goes on. In the 12 Song Challenge we review August's amazing 'Women in Scripture' challenge and set a new challenge for September to write gap songs, in 3/4 or 6/8. T…
 
Leah Garcés is the president of Mercy For Animals and author of the bestseller, Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry. She has nearly 20 years of leadership experience in the animal protection movement and has partnered with some of the world’s largest food companies on her mission to end factory farming. Leah over…
 
Is your work and life out of balance? Do you want to get your groove back? In this week's Legacy Living Show, Dr. Gloria Burgess discusses this important topic with her special guest, Danielle Harvey. Listen and be inspired by their amazing conversation. You'll want to listen to this podcast over and over!…
 
Alex and James are joined on episode two by the England number 8 Billy Vunipola for a fascinating and wide-ranging conversation about why he felt he let himself down at the 2019 World Cup and his complicated relationship with brother Mako. They also discuss faith, vulnerability, slapping George Kruis and why losing to South Africa in the final was …
 
Jill Robinson is the founder of Animals Asia, one of the most pioneering and inspiring animal welfare organisations in the world today. Jill has worked in animal welfare for over 30 years but in 1993, a visit to a bear farm in southern China changed her life forever. In 1998, she created Animals Asia to end the barbaric practice of bear bile farmin…
 
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