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Reform Magazine | June 25, 2019

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Interviews

Interview: A matter of life and death

28/05/2019 |

The writer Martin Mosebach talks to Stephen Tomkins and Charissa King about the 21 Egyptian martyrs

On 15 February 2015, 21 men, most of them Egyptian and in their 20s or early 30s, were beheaded on a Libyan beach by … Read More

Interview: Safe home

29/04/2019 |

The domestic abuse specialist Natalie Collins talks to Stephen Tomkins

Natalie Collins has survived domestic abuse to become an educator and campaigner. She works to help individuals, organisations and society in general to understand domestic abusers and domestic abuse, to … Read More

Interview: A long way to go

01/04/2019 |

Justin Butcher, actor, writer and social activist, talks to Stephen Tomkins

In 2017, Justin Butcher walked to Jerusalem. Setting off from Trafalgar Square in London on 10 June, he arrived 20 weeks later on 2 November.

The walk was … Read More

Interview: Pulling together

22/02/2019 |

John Proctor, General Secretary of the United Reformed Church, talks to Stephen Tomkins and Charissa King

The Revd John Proctor retires in August 2020 as General Secretary of the United Reformed Church, after six years in the post. Before that, … Read More

Interview: Innocence and experience

25/01/2019 |

Michelle Diskin Bates talks to Stephen TomkinsĀ 

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

Interview: Fear no evil

27/11/2018 |

Civil rights hero Melba Pattillo Beals talks to Stephen Tomkins

Melba Pattillo Beals was one of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African American children who joined the previously all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957, … Read More