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Best St Albans podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best St Albans podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Here you have a chance to listen to the sermons at Forest Town Church. We are a local church based in St Albans and we trust that you will find these messages helpful and a true blessing to your life. Visit our website to find out more about us - www.foresttown.church. This podcast is managed by our Media Team at FTC. Please email us on office@foresttownchurch.org if you have any comments.
 
Podcast dedicated to the side of history that goes bump in the night. Every episode's content features community time that includes listener mail and experiences, a “Moment In Oddity” and “History Of The Day” segments and then interviews and discussions about a historic location, event or person and the hauntings associated with the subject of the particular show. The tagline for the show is “Ghost tours for the theater of the mind” and our goal is to entertain you while creeping you out jus ...
 
Tailored specially to make history more palatable and interesting to children, Our Island Story, by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall, is a charmingly illustrated volume that promises hours of delight for parents as well as children. Beginning with the myths and legends about Albion, the author ensures that she captivates the child's imagination from the very first page. Unlike today's dry and non-committal history tomes that are prescribed in schools, Our Island Story is full of lyrical prose, l ...
 
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Following Elspeth’s earlier episode “A Journey Into Faith”, we now move on to teenage years, and Exeter university, where we discover that her Theology teacher was totally opposed to the Christian Union. No only that but in her Hall of residence there was one public telephone for all the girls to use. Moving on to college to study librarianship, an…
 
The Verulam Sport team are back and are discussing the subject as chosen by you! This week the debate surrounds their all time favourite players who have pulled on the 3 Lions jersey. There are some surprise inclusions, some notable absences and a lot of analysis into the decisions being made. Tune in next Friday for the next chat which focuses on …
 
On this week’s show Dr Richard Pile gives us some pointers on how to stay healthy during this coronavirus pandemic. He also explains that GP surgeries are still open. During our chat, Richard mentions the website https://opensafely.org/ and you can find out more about Living Life Better on their website https://livinglifebetter.uk/ Eddie Mills, bro…
 
St. Albans Sanatorium, in Virginia, started out as a Lutheran Boys School before becoming a psychiatric infirmary. As was the case with so many hospitals for the mentally ill, this one started out with promising expectations that unraveled into crowded conditions and abusive treatments. There were deaths and suicides. There is so much paranormal ac…
 
The Verulam Sport team welcome in the new format of the show by introducing themselves and explaining what you can expect in the new weekly podcast. The show will be our every Friday where Tony and the team will debate local, national and international sporting topics plus provide you with a great array of interviews!…
 
When it comes to gorgeous hotels, the French Lick Springs Resort is at the top of the list and is one of the most beautiful buildings in all of Indiana. Just a mile away is an even more impressive resort, the West Baden Springs Resort. This hotel was once considered one of the eighth wonders of the world. Both of these resorts shared mineral spring…
 
“Heaven knows!” “Heaven forbid!“ Have you ever thought what you have been saying and why we use that word Heaven? Elspeth takes this somewhat humorous beginning to an investigation of what Heaven is, or was, or where it is, or if it’s just in our imagination. From the first book of the Bible, to Jesus’ own words, she finds it seems to take on a sli…
 
Manitou Springs is a touristy town found south of Denver in Colorado that became popular in the 1890s as a health resort, with its clean mountain air and mineral springs. This was a sacred area to the Native American tribes there. Many of them believed this was a gateway to the other side. There are so many interesting legends and ghost stories con…
 
Book Club Clare brings us a new theme this month – Lockdown Reading Challenge & Free Sources of Literature. Why not read a book you’ve always meant to? If you pick an older classic, like Dickens, Brontes or Tolstoy you can get it free. Many older books are free on Amazon Kindle. Other sources of literature include: Project Gutenberg – over 60,000 f…
 
This is a season like no other, with the coronavirus changing not only the life of our nation, but of many countries around the world. This week Elspeth checks out the thought of Prof. C. Lennox, who has written a small but profound book: ”Where is God in a Coronavirus world?“ Why did God create us, if he did, with the ability to do wrong? Similarl…
 
Michael Labrum spoke to Danny in the virtual studio this week about a very important document that over half of us don’t have – a will. He busts some myths on some of the common reasons that people don’t have them and encourages us all to make sure we have one. If not for us, for our loved ones we leave behind. You can find out more about Michael a…
 
Covid19 has taken many out of our routines, and some out of our regular work or careers. People often assess themselves by what we do yet God doesn't use that grid. He calls us Sons or Daughters, adopted, loved, favoured.As we look at going back to level 3 then 2 then 1, will we use God's grid or the old one, to tell us who we are?…
 
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