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Reform Magazine | October 30, 2020

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February 2019

Art in focus: February 2019

28/02/2019 |

Landscape VesselHilary Mayo

‘Never ending lava fields, icebergs beached on black volcanic sand, geothermal springs and steaming rivers, snowy peaks and glacial lagoons.’ Ceramic artist Hilary Mayo describes the stunning landscape on a visit to Iceland.

People often ask … Read More

A good question: What makes a good hymn?

25/01/2019 |

One question, four answers

These are extracts from an article that was published in the February 2019 edition of  Reform

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Reviews – February 2019

25/01/2019 |

Standup for the underclass

JellyfishDirected by James GardnerCertificate 15, 101 minutesReleased 15 February

Margate. Sarah (Liv Hill), a 15-year-old schoolgirl, acts as mother to her younger siblings, Marcus and Lucy – getting them up in the mornings, taking them to … Read More

Interview: Innocence and experience

25/01/2019 |

Michelle Diskin Bates talks to Stephen Tomkins 

On 26 April 1999, the TV presenter Jill Dando was killed, and 13 months later, Barry George was arrested and charged with her murder. Although the council for the defence were confident that … Read More

Space at the table

25/01/2019 |

How churches are ensuring that disabled people can fulfil their potential there, by Ros Bayes

In a church in Lancashire, the congregation is gathering for worship. The one thing that members have in common is that they all have learning … Read More

Organise kindness

25/01/2019 |

Random acts of kindness can be wonderful, say Martin Wroe and Malcolm Doney. So why not make them non-random?

In a crowded train carriage, Sammy Welch was entertaining her young son Rylan on the five-hour journey from Birmingham, in the … Read More