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Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs brings you fascinating and challenging conversations from characters of all stripes on big topics facing the city and beyond. Brought to you by the Bristol Cable, a new kind of newspaper for Bristol 100% community owned by 2,200 members. Join them for just £1 a month and own your media. thebristolcable.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A podcast hosted by Bristol Rovers & Bristol City fans discussing all the drama in Bristol football. We discuss Rovers & City along with the top stories across the city from the many amateur football teams. Each week we elect a player into the all-time Brizzle XI as voted for by the Bristol public. New episode released every Thursday. Twitter @BrizzleKicksPod
 
The audio recordings for all Bristol Ideas work have been grouped into sets by programme and year. Please note that not all events are recorded. If you notice any gremlins, glitches or other errors in the recordings, please let us know at info@bristolideas.co.uk and we will make the correction, if appropriate or possible.
 
Bristol's 1st Community radio station serving EVERY Community. We have in excess of 150,000 listeners who tune into our 93.2 FM broadcasts and over 25,000 monthly 'podcast listen agains' BCfm were Sony Gold award winners in January 2011 & 2014, BME Community Award Winners in November 2013 for "Improving peoples Lives" and also VOSCUR "Best Idea Into Action" Award winners in the same month for devising and launching The One Love Breakfast show. We serve the entire city of Bristol including th ...
 
The Bristol Beats Club is a series of comedy podcasts. Sort of. Well, more accurately, it's a series of unconventional interviews and idle chit-chat interspersed with cutting edge and classic indie, electro and electronica (sadly, though, we couldn't make that work as a title). Features include Festival Focus, Let's Kick Sexism Out Of Rap Music and the potentially libellous Desert Island Dicks, which is a game we made up all by ourselves without drawing inspiration from anyone else, ever. So ...
 
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But now apart from the law the righteousness of God has been made known, to which the Law and the Prophets testify. 22 This righteousness is given through faith in[h] Jesus Christ to all who believe. There is no difference between Jew and Gentile, 23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, 24 and all are justified freely by his grac…
 
Is Jesus Good or Bad Mark 2:18-22 Downstairs—Sunday Club Upstairs—Morning Worship Leader: Rob Cromwell (a Trinity Placement student) Preacher: Helen Aberdeen Listen Again http://stmatthews-bristol.org.uk/wp-content/podcasts/StM-20210926AM.mp3 …or download for later (right click and save). | Open Player in New Window Online—Sunday Worship Leader: Re…
 
After a long stint working in Bristol's nightlife, in March Carly Heath was appointed by the council as Bristol's first ever Night-time Economy Advisor. Carly is charged with supporting a battered industry recover from the pandemic and for improving the vibrancy and safety of Bristol's nightlife for all. Neil and Carly cover the raging debate on se…
 
In this jam-packed episode Max is joined by Mets and Neno to discuss the big question on everyone's mind: Barton in or Barton out? A defeat on the road before a 3-1 loss at home to Leyton Orient has the Rovers manager teetering on the brink following his summer overhaul, with Rovers down in 22nd place in League Two. Mets talks about the bad form of…
 
Jesus invites sinners to come to him, but with what kind of heart for them does he invite them to come? How does he feel about bruised, weary and faint-hearted people? This sermon explores the tender kindness with which Christ treats all who turn to him for mercy, grace and help.بقلم Grace Church Bristol
 
As we look ahead into the rest of 2021 Andy encourages us to consider how we want to live and who we want to live for. As he unpacks the start of 1 Peter 4 we are reminded that we are to love one another above all else. Ben concludes the time together by sharing an update on our 5-year goals and inspires us to keep praying in all things.…
 
4 The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons. 2 Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron. 3 They forbid people to marry and order them to abstain from certain foods, which God created to be received with…
 
Mark Series: The Kinds of People Jesus Calls Mark 1:16-20 & Mark 2:13-17 Downstairs—Sunday Club Upstairs—Holy Communion Leader: Revd Gaby Doherty Preacher: Revd Ian Tomkins Listen Again http://stmatthews-bristol.org.uk/wp-content/podcasts/StM-20210919AM.mp3 …or download for later (right click and save). | Open Player in New Window Online—Sunday Wor…
 
Caz and co-host Jacob Kelly are joined by ex-Rovers winger, Cristian Montano. Cristian discusses his time at Bristol Rovers and winning promotion to League One under Darrell Clarke. After the fear of never being able to play football in the UK again, Cristian speaks out about the battles he faced after a series of life events had a huge impact on h…
 
Elected in May 2021, Mark Shelford is the first party political Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset Constabulary. Shelford is responsible for helping to set the overall policing strategy for Bristol and the wider region, covering 16 parliamentary constituencies. Neil and Mark discuss the Police and Crime Bill, the riot and protests …
 
Following Jesus is difficult. The Bible teaches it and our experience in life confirms it. When the going gets tough, Jesus gives us some great and precious promises to cling to. This sermon, from John 16:33, explores the some of last words of Jesus to his disciples before his death - words of comfort, encourgament and hope. Part of our "One Verse …
 
11 Therefore, remember that formerly you who are Gentiles by birth and called “uncircumcised” by those who call themselves “the circumcision” (which is done in the body by human hands)— 12 remember that at that time you were separate from Christ, excluded from citizenship in Israel and foreigners to the covenants of the promise, without hope and wi…
 
Climate Sunday The Climate Sunday initiative asks UK churches to hold a climate-focused service before the international climate conference in Glasgow in November 2021 (COP26). Congregations are encouraged to commit to greater action to address climate change in their own church and community and to tell politicians we want a cleaner, greener, fair…
 
Caz and co-host Jacob Kelly are joined by ex-Rovers coach, Marco Chiavetta. Marco talks about his experience at Bristol Rovers and reminisces on the good old days of working alongside Darrell Clarke. After a hard battle with his mental health, Marco talks us through his darkest days and how the company of his dog has saved his life. If you are affe…
 
Karin Smyth became Labour MP for Bristol South in 2015 after a career working in the NHS. Since she has had to navigate the political turmoil of Brexit, snap elections, and infighting over the Labour leadership. She talks to Neil Maggs about her working-class background, why she thinks the mayoral system is undemocratic and why the influence of the…
 
I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon[a][b] of the church in Cenchreae. 2 I ask you to receive her in the Lord in a way worthy of his people and to give her any help she may need from you, for she has been the benefactor of many people, including me. 3 Greet Priscilla[c] and Aquila, my co-workers in Christ Jesus. 4 They risked their lives fo…
 
Mark Series: The Good News About Jesus Christ Mark 1:1-15 Downstairs—Sunday Club Upstairs—Morning Worship Leader: Revd Richard Pendlebury Preacher: Revd Gaby Doherty Listen Again http://stmatthews-bristol.org.uk/wp-content/podcasts/StM-20210905AM.mp3 …or download for later (right click and save). | Open Player in New Window Online—Sunday Worship Le…
 
Caz and co-host Jacob Kelly are joined by fan-favourite Sam Nicholson to talk all things Bristol Rovers and Mental Health. Sam opens up about his own personal struggles and how he dealt with the pressure of being branded 'the next big thing'. After playing in Scotland, America and now England - Sam discusses his previous footballing career and his …
 
In a world where everyone is striving to put forward images of strength and self-sufficiency, how should Christians think about our weaknesses? This sermon, from 2 Corinthians 12:9, helps us understand what they are, where they come from and what purpose God intends for them. Part of our "One Verse Wonders" series.…
 
In this week's GasCast, Max is joined by Nick Weeks & Tom Metcalfe to discuss Rovers' big defeat at Exeter, a disappointing draw at Barrow, and a positive cup performance against Cheltenham. The lads also talk all the ins and outgoings of Transfer Deadline Day - with Rovers signing the experienced Leon Clarke, a backup LB in Junior Brown, and young…
 
Noone enjoys lukewarm food or drinks. Jesus tells us that we shouldn’t settle for lukewarm hearts and lukewarm deeds either. In this sermon, from Romans 12:11, we discover that genuine love in action looks like heartfelt service towards opthers. Part of our "One Verse Wonders" series.بقلم Grace Church Bristol
 
We live in a world and a society that is deeply discontent: there's an endless, exhausting rush to keep reaching for more; and it's a battle Christians face too -- every day. In this sermon from Philippians 4:13, we discover the secret to experiencing genuine contentment through Christ. Part of our "One Verse Wonders" series.…
 
Every second of our lives — sometimes without even realising it — we are thinking. God is concerned about how Christians think and what we think about. This sermon, from Phillipians 4:8, explores why God is so interested in what we do with our grey matter, and how we can think in ways that please him. Part of our "One Verse Wonders" series.…
 
This week I spoke with amateur historian Steven Carter to discuss his research on how profits from the slave trade were fed back into British industry. Focussing on Edward Protheroe - a feted coal industrialist in the Forest of Dean in the early 19th century - Steven has traced how a substantial amount of the Protheroe family wealth was derived fir…
 
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