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They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism — definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. The RBP podcast is produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie and is a proud part of Pantheon — the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Many barriers exist that can prevent us from seeing the cross clearly. We want to attempt to remove those barriers and share the gospel. But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear (1 Peter 3:15). For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. (Romans 1:16) Sup ...
 
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Episode 44 This is Part 2 of an episode exploring the relationship between cancel culture, free speech, and the church. The climate of public discourse has been soured by cancel culture: the intimidation, uncertainty, and loss of good faith makes any meaningful speech incredibly difficult. Part 2 explores whether speech should be censored in any wa…
 
In the new episode of the RBP podcast, hosts Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer & Barney Hoskyns invite David Kamp to reminisce about The Rock Snob's Dictionary, already 15 years old but still wonderfully droll and still very on-the-money about people like, well, Mark, Martin & Barney. We ask David to explain the origins of Rock Snobbery and to revisit hi…
 
Episode 43 The tally of people and businesses cancelled for running afoul leftist ideology shows no sign of shrinking and the number of reasons for cancellation are growing even faster. In response, many have bowed the knee to the demands of the "woke" while others have opted to preemptively cancel themselves! In this episode of the Removing Barrie…
 
In this episode we welcome the distinguished New York writer Carol Cooper and ask her to talk us through her career, from her first pieces for the SoHo Weekly News, via the Village Voice and The Face to her present incarnation as an Adjunct Instructor at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Dr. Cooper also talks about her early experiences of live music…
 
Episode 42 Series: How Were Your Barriers Removed - 8 Millions, if not billions of people around the world trust in various moral codes to enhance their lives and adequately prepare them for the life to come. The problem with that is, Jesus declared that there is no other means of life, truth, or salvation except through Him. In this episode of the…
 
Episode 41 In this episode of the Removing Barriers Podcast, we continue to examine the circumstances surrounding the Ma'Khia Bryant shooting, the Derek Chauvin trial, and the tweet LeBron James posted. Many praised the verdict of the Chauvin trial, but was justice served? How has James' tweet served to address (or inflame) the issues exacerbated b…
 
In this episode we invite beloved pop-rock singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw to reminisce about his long career, from the 40-year-old Shake single 'Something's Gonna Happen' to the documentary film he's producing about Dylan/Zappa/Velvets producer Tom Wilson. Along the way, Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Marshall about his Michigan upbringing, playing…
 
Episode 40 On April 20th, the same day the verdict came in on the Chauvin trial, Ma'Khia Bryant was shot and killed by a police officer. National tensions reignited, and LeBron James fueled them with a tweet that many took to be a call to dox and harm the officer. But what are the facts of this case? Was the shooting justified? Are children capable…
 
In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loy…
 
Episode 39 Marxist activism in the United States has left criminals emboldened, police departments embattled, and regular citizens vulnerable, wondering how they should protect their families. What should you do to protect your family from those who would do them harm? Who can you trust to protect your family when seconds count? Should you get a gu…
 
In this episode we invite Emmy award-winning screenwriter David Quantick to relive his days as a budding pop scribe on the NME – and to share his memories of Paul Weller, Lloyd Cole & the ignominious Morrissey. As someone who's written with Chris Morris, Armando Iannucci and Harrys Hill & Enfield, David is predictably hilarious about '80s pop – as …
 
Episode 38 In this episode of the Removing Barriers podcast, we discuss the subject of Jesus' ethnicity. In a recent interview, CNN anchor Don Lemon declared that in order to heal America's apparent racism problem, we must acknowledge that Jesus was black, or at least brown. He went on to encourage families to hang pictures of this Jesus in their h…
 
Episode 37 Series: How Were Your Barriers Removed - 7 Cathy was a happy-go-lucky 13 year old girl when the Lord stopped her in her tracks and turned her heart to him. Now, after more than 50 years of service to the Lord, she seeks to be like Samuel, who heard the soft voice of the Lord, and David, who was a person after God’s own heart, and most im…
 
In this episode of the RBP podcast, we welcome Melody Maker veteran Chris Welch into the virtual cupboard to talk about his long career — all the way from The Scotsman on Fleet Street in 1958 to editing Metal Hammer in 1989. Chris reminisces about the swinging, thrilling '60s and his essential early pieces on acts such as the Rolling Stones and Jim…
 
Episode 36 A woke LGBTQ activist who claims to be a pastor recently took to TikTok to teach his 132,300 followers that Jesus was a racist who repented once a Gentile spoke truth to power. But is this actually true? Did Jesus use a racial slur? Was he racist? What does the passage actually say? Join us on this episode of the Removing Barriers Podcas…
 
Episode 35 In this episode of the Removing Barriers Podcast, we discussed the shooting incident involving Nika Holbert and officer Baker. Rather than focusing on facts versus misinformation, or even on who was right or wrong based on those facts, we focused on the human beings involved. Human life is precious. So precious, in fact, that God sent Hi…
 
In this episode of the RBP podcast, we welcome San Francisco Chronicle legend Joel Selvin into the virtual cupboard to talk about Hollywood Eden, his terrific new book about L.A.'s pop scene in the early '60s. After explaining how he first came to write for "the Chron" at the end of that decade, Joel recalls his early fascination with L.A. as the b…
 
Episode 34 When Ravi Zacharias died he left a devastating web of abused women, betrayed friends and family, and disappointed Christians in his wake. Posthumous investigations brought to the limelight his secret life of unrepentant sin, and for millions of professing Christians, hindsight became 20/20 as they tried to pick up the pieces. What did we…
 
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