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May 2021 Archives - Reform Magazine

A good question: Protest: How far would you go?

23/04/2021 |

One question, four answers

These are extracts from an article published in the May 2021 edition of Reform

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Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I definitely spiced up my otherwise clean act’

23/04/2021 |

Paul Kerensa has a comedy confession to make

As a kneel-down stand-up, I’m often asked: ‘How do you keep your comedy on the straight and narrow?’ Truth is, I don’t always.

I try, but have moments of slippage. One particular … Read More

Editorial: Embracing stillness

23/04/2021 |

In 2014, Timothy Wilson, a social psychologist at the University of Virginia, got hundreds of students and other volunteers to take part in what he called ‘thinking periods’, for a research project. He asked the participants to sit and think … Read More

Reviews – May 2021

23/04/2021 |

Where are we now?

ApplesDirected by Christos NikouCertificate 12a, 91 minutesReleased 07 May on Curzon Home Cinema,17th May in cinemas

A film whose time has unexpectedly come. People are suddenly losing their memories in a pandemic. A man (Aris Servetalis) … Read More

Art in Focus – May 2021

23/04/2021 |

Tears of Gold: Portrait of a Yazidi womanHannah Rose Thomas, 2014

During the Syrian civil war, Isis abducted and enslaved more than 6,000 Yazidi women and children. Many of those who escaped ended up at the Jinda Centre, a rehabilitation … Read More

Interview: The same thing differently

23/04/2021 |

Clare Downing and Peter Pay, Moderators of the United Reformed Church General Assembly, talk to Reform

After Peter Pay and the Revd Clare Downing were elected as Moderators of the United Reformed Church in 2018, Peter predicted: ‘Our period of … Read More