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Reform Magazine | March 20, 2018

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Interview: Lines from outside

23/02/2018 |

The poet Stewart Henderson talks to Karen Carter

Like Roger McGough, Stewart Henderson came from the Liverpool poetry scene of the 1960s and 1970s and went on to be a stalwart of BBC Radio 4. His children’s poems are set … Read More

A life of rhyme

26/01/2018 |

Poet, performer, musician and author Benjamin Zephaniah speaks to Charissa King

It’s 2011, and a group of students are in heated debate. ‘Benjamin Zephaniah’s at this university,’ says one. ‘You’re telling lies!’ says another: ‘Zephaniah’s a rebel – he wouldn’t … Read More

Interview: Objection sustained

24/11/2017 |

Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith talks to Stephen Tomkins

Though he has been listed by The Times as one of Britain’s most powerful lawyers, Clive Stafford Smith has never been paid by one of his hundreds of clients. He … Read More

Interview: For God, Queen and country

31/10/2017 |

Rose Hudson-Wilkin talks to Charissa King

Rose Hudson-Wilkin was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, where she began preaching at the age of 14. Four years later, to pursue her call to ministry, she went to England to study as a … Read More

Interview: A new song

22/09/2017 |

John Bell talks to Stephen Tomkins

At Greenbelt festival on 26 August, 39 years after his ordination, John Bell, the hymnwriter and Iona Community leader, spoke publicly about his sexuality for the first time. ‘I’m gay,’ he said. ‘This is … Read More

Interview: Peace crime

25/08/2017 |

Sam Walton, Quaker peace activist, talks to Stephen Tomkins and Charissa King

In the early hours of 21 January, Sam Walton and the Methodist minister Dan Woodhouse broke into Warton Aerodrome, the assembly and testing facility of BAE Systems. In … Read More