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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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Interviews Archives - Page 2 of 21 - Reform Magazine

Joy to the world

12/12/2023 |

Paul Kerensa is a stand-up comedian, author, scriptwriter and podcaster. His current podcast is The British Broadcasting Century about the BBC; another is Christmas: What The Falalalala on Audible.

When did you first realise you were funny?I’ve been thinking of … Read More

Change is coming up

30/10/2023 |

Anthony Reddie became Oxford University’s first ever Professor of Black Theology in September. Next year, he will provide anti-racist training to every minister in the United Reformed Church, as part of its commitment to becoming an anti-racist Church. Reform spoke … Read More

Want not

26/09/2023 |

United Reformed Church volunteers served more than 2,000 meals at Greenbelt festival in August. All the food was affordable, delicious and dumped by supermarkets and other shops as rubbish. Nikki Dravers of REfUSE, who provided the food, talks to ReformRead More

How to talk

29/08/2023 |

Kathryn Mannix spent her medical career working with people who have incurable, advanced illnesses. Her first book, With the End in Mind: Dying, death and wisdom in an age of denial, was an attempt to restore our understanding of death. … Read More

Hear different voices

26/06/2023 |

The Revd Dr Tessa Henry-Robinson is Moderator of the United Reformed Church General Assembly from 2023 to 2024. She is the first woman from an ethnic minority background to be appointed to the post. Shortly before Assembly, she talked to … Read More

On this rock

02/06/2023 | 1

Andy Atkins, Chief Executive of the Christian environmental organisation A Rocha UK talks to Reform

Let’s start with that name, A Rocha. Where does it come from?It means ‘the rock’ in Portuguese. A Rocha is now an international network of … Read More