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The Sacred is a podcast about our deepest values, the stories that shape us and how we can build empathy and understanding between people who are very different. Each episode features a conversation with someone who has a public voice, from academics to journalists, playwrights and politicians. We ask them where they have come from, what they are trying to do and what might help heal our very divided public conversations. The Sacred is hosted by Elizabeth Oldfield, director of Theos think ta ...
 
Starting March 7, 2010 - join us at our new branded network channel http://blogtalkradio.com/favecrafts. Enjoy the archived Inspired at Home Radio episodes here. Hosted by BlogTalkRadio FEATURED HOST Tiffany Windsor, this creative lifestyle program treats listeners to lively conversation including creative tips, project ideas, product reviews and creative lifestyle interviews. It's all about ideas for living a creative life!
 
Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
 
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In the final episode of this series, Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to novelist and author Sam Byers. Sam is a novelist and author of ‘Idiopathy’, ‘Perfidious Albion’ and most recently ‘Come Join Our Disease’, which the Sunday Times has said confirms him as one of the most accomplished novelists of his generation. In this episode he speaks about his sen…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to psychologist, writer and speaker Professor Chris French. Chris is Head of the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit in the Psychology Department at Goldsmiths University, a fellow at the British Psychological Society and a patron of Humanists UK. In this episode he speaks about what being a skeptic means to him, the diff…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to American journalist Grace Olmstead. Grace is an American journalist. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the American Conservative among many others, and usually with a family or a farming focus. She has recently written a book called ‘Uprooted’ which explores the effect…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to rapper, hip hop artist and author Guvna B. Guvna B is a multi MOBO award-winning rapper, hip hop artist and author. He’s presented TV and radio documentaries for BBC, is a Sky Sports pundit and his most recent book is ‘Unspoken: Toxic Masculinity and How I Faced the Man Within the Man.’ In this episode he speaks about h…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to journalist Suzanne Moore. Suzanne is a journalist and columnist who for many years was at The Guardian, but has also written for the Mail on Sunday, Marxism Today and now writes for The Telegraph. In this episode she speaks about her rebellious youth, her atheism, how she understands the role of a journalist and briefly…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to poet and priest Rachel Mann. Rachel is a poet and a priest in the Church of England. She lectured in philosophy before being ordained and has a PhD in 19th century women’s poetry and the Bible. Her most recent books include full length poetry collection ‘A Kingdom of Love’, ‘Dazzling Darkness’ and ‘Fierce Imaginings’. I…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to novelist and author Dina Nayeri. Dina is a novelist and also the author of the non-fiction book ‘The Ungrateful Refugee’. In this episode, she speaks about her childhood in war-torn Iran, refugee hostels in Rome and eventually in Oklahoma, why many refugees feel the need to show why they were a good investment, the natu…
 
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to comedian Omid Djalili. Omid Djalili is a stand-up comedian, actor, producer and writer. He grew up in Kensington with his Iranian Baha'i family. He has appeared in Mamma Mia 2, Snatch, His Dark Materials and The Infidel among many other films, and he currently hosts the quiz show The Winning Combination on ITV 2. In thi…
 
Elizabeth gives an update on our re-launch and an upcoming event to mark the occasion Our sabbatical has lasted a little longer than expected, but we are so excited to be back very soon with some brand new episodes for you. We will be celebrating our return with an event to premiere our first-ever Sacred short 'My Dream, My Taste', a 3-minute anima…
 
Mainstreet Politics with State Representative Daniel Bonham (R-The Dalles) offers a window into the politics, procedures and personalities that dominate the Capitol in Salem, OR. Our latest podcast is with Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward (D- NW Portland/Beaverton).By State Representative Daniel Bonham
 
I'm super excited to show off this guest for a few reasons. First of all, this person is a heart-centred personal and business development coach. This person also has a background in athletics and hospitality and resort management, is a motivational speaker and they've also hosted their own TV show, which I'm sure we'll talk about shortly. But most…
 
Alan's guest for the final episode of series one of 'How to Change the World', is former Presidential candidate and former Republican Congressman, Joe Walsh. He was a lifelong Republican until Trump (who he describes as a facist) took over the party, and is now politically homeless. He has A LOT to say about the former President, as well as the new…
 
Alan's guest this week is the brilliant Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a man of many talents. He's a practising physician, as well as an author, television presenter and podcaster. Dr Rangan tells Alan about his new book 'Lose Weight, Feel Great', and how sleep and relaxation are just as important as diet in terms of getting healthy.…
 
The higlights of this year's 'How to Change the World' with Alan Johnson. Clips in order: - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Bryony Gordon - Jenny Kleeman - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Bryony Go…
 
Brandon Soderberg has worked as a music critic, an altweekly editor, and a reporter on the frontlines of protest. He’s now the co-author of I Got a Monster, a book about the Baltimore Police Department’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force. On this episode, he discusses how music from OutKast, Fabio Frizzi, and Jason Isbell shaped his work. See omnystudio…
 
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