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Award-winning comedian and idiot Phil Ellis presents a daily podcast from the heart of The International Edinburgh comedy festival. Each day Phil will interview a mix of household names and up and coming stars, whilst giving you updates and insights into the behind the scenes workings of the biggest arts festival in the world.
 
Welcome to the Edinburgh Skeptics Society podcast. We'll be bringing you talks from our guest speakers on a variety of topics in our Skeptics in the Pub podcast. There'll be talks from areas such as science, social issues, politics, and lots more, all with a view to promoting reason and critical thinking. You'll also be able to see what makes our guest speakers tick with our 10 Questions segment, plus there'll be bonus content along the way that doesn't fit anywhere else. Do make sure you ra ...
 
Nobel prize-winners and bestselling authors from around the world rubbed shoulders with the literary stars of tomorrow at the 2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival in over 800 events which included enlightening Parkinson-style chats, lively debates and readings. You can listen to extracts from some of the events in our series of free podcasts, recorded live at the festival.
 
Dr Murray Collins and journalist Kim McAllister reveal why Edinburgh is on course to become the space data capital of Europe, in association with Picture Zero. From satellite data to space robots and even landing on comets - they interview experts from across Scotland. Professors, business leaders and students share insights from their work in space and satellite technology in Edinburgh and across the world. www.ed.ac.uk www.ed.ac.uk/bayes www.ddi.ac.uk Twitter.com/murraybcollins twitter.com ...
 
Interview snippets later incorporated into performances of Our Country. Aug 3rd-26th in the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Venue 26: Summerhall. https://festival18.summerhall.co.uk/event/our-country/ Sophocles’ Antigone acts as a provocation for this autobiographical unearthing, based on recorded conversations between the artist and her younger brother—a citizen of the still-Wild West, California’s marijuana country. Recalling a time when we were little—as siblings, as a nation, as a democratic syste ...
 
Described as ‘an Olympics of the mind’, the 2012 Edinburgh International Book Festival offered Nobel Prize and Booker winners, bestsellers and up-and-coming writers alongside scientists, philosophers, children’s authors and illustrators, great thinkers, orators and inspirational storytellers. 750 authors from around the world gathered to celebrate the world of words and ideas. You can hear some of the events here in our series of free podcasts – recorded live at the Festival.
 
Get the insider’s account of Edinburgh's news beat from Conor Matchett and the team at the Edinburgh Evening News. Every week we will delve into the issues that you've been talking about, whether it’s a controversial council decision or a major new venue. We'll also answer your burning questions about life in the Scottish capital.
 
Authors from 55 different countries appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in 2015. Internationally renowned writers and thinkers from around the world gathered in Charlotte Square Gardens, the Book Festival’s home, to trade stories, share ideas, inspire audiences and answer questions. Old favourites, bestsellers and award-winners rubbed shoulders with newcomers (the literary stars of tomorrow?) to talk about their books and discuss the important topics of today. You can liste ...
 
Celebrating its 30th birthday in 2013, the Edinburgh International Book Festival brought 800 authors from around the world to Scotland’s capital city to take part in events on themes as diverse as Feminism Today, Memory and the Imagination, Making Music, Comics and Graphic Novels and Blueprints for the Future. Booker and Pulitzer prize-winners rubbed shoulders with bestsellers, debut novelists, scientists, philosopher, children’s authors and illustrators and inspirational storytellers. You c ...
 
New weekly comedy, news and chat show hosted by Dana Alexander with new guests every week. Join us as we side eye weekly events with topical debate, banter and trivia. Follow Dana on Instagram and Twitter @comediandana to stay updated on the latest episodes or watch live every Wednesday @8pm (GMT) HERE... https://www.facebook.com/bigblackbadmammajamma
 
In 2018, the Edinburgh International Book Festival (edbookfest) offered audiences the Freedom to Think in over 800 events with some of the world’s leading writers and performers. Topics under discussion included the future of democracy, the role of radical women in shaping society, the state of our oceans and the environment, the legacy of Edinburgh literary legend Muriel Spark, and the freedoms that matter most to us in an age of political upheaval. More than 900 novelists, poets, illustrat ...
 
Whether it’s exploring the disappearing art of letter writing and the power of the spoken word, or listening to those who hear inner voices or participating in a series of dialogues on the future of Scotland, the Edinburgh International Book Festival examined all aspects of communication in 2014. Under the headline ‘Let’s Talk’ the Book Festival welcomed internationally-renowned writers and thinkers from around the world to its home in Charlotte Square Gardens to discuss such diverse topics ...
 
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Host Phil Ellis sits down with one of his favourite comics and good friend Justin Moorhouse. Justin speaks about Edinburgh's past and present, whilst opening up about past struggles and how he learned to speak openly about his feelings. It's a wonderful, hilarious and, at times, very moving chat. Enjoy. Justin Moorhouse: Stretch and Think - Gilded …
 
It’s time for the Fringe interviews to begin. As Fin Ross and I discussed in yesterday’s pod, we’re not going to do a big Saturday show with lots of interviews like some Edinburgh version of The One Show; instead we’re giving each interview its own moment to stand out. First up in our Edinburgh studio is Aliya Kanani. She’s making her Fringe debut …
 
The Edinburgh Festival was teeming on Friday 5th August, and we kicked off our run of twice weekly podcasts in style. Hosted by Copi Copstick, with special guests Mary Goggin, Trevor Lock, Matt Price and the ever fragrant Elaine Miller. PS. Totally forgot to mention getting locked in the Surgeon’s Hall after-hours; 5 comedians and a surly Glaswegia…
 
In this final uncovering UNCOVER podcast episode, Ruth McQuillan and Marshall Dozier both core members of UNCOVER, describe key features of a good evidence review, and provide tips to novice reviewers on how to create a good evidence review. Madhurima Nundy, an UNCOVER Reviewer, shares her experience collaborating with staff in a review team, and w…
 
King Jehoshaphat was a man who feared God and trusted in Him unreservedly as he lead the Israelite people. He sought God’s voice in times of difficulty, and prioritised the right and good worship of God in the temple. In 2 Chronicles 20 the Israelite people are outnumbered by a large army advancing against them, but Jehoshaphat trusts that God will…
 
I sat down to have a coffee with Council Leader Cllr Cammy Day and our conversation was wide-ranging touching on a lot of subjects - and of course leaving lots to talk about next time in what we hope will be a regular catch up --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edinburgh-reporter/message
 
Manchester's most reliable comedian Phil Ellis sits down and talks with Comedian, friend and star of ITV's 'The Chase' Paul Sinha. Paul speaks frankly about his life after being diagnosed with Parkinsons, his first Edinburgh Fringe show, his latest show and how being nominated for "Perrier award" changed his life. Paul's show is on 6th-15th, 17th-2…
 
A year has passed since we were last here at the Edinburgh Fringe, but for many it feels like we left Edinburgh in 2019 and are only returning now. However long the wait, the wait is over as Fringe 2022 gets under way here in Edinburgh. Ewan and Fin Ross sit down to talk about their love of the Fringe, what to expect over the next three weeks, how …
 
Phil arrives at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and is greeted by front man of The Greeter's Guild, Mr Troy Hawke, played by the incredible Milo McCabe. They chat about all things Edinburgh and how his act has developed over the years. Next up Phil has a sit down and a chat with Rosie Holt, another internet sensation and brilliant live performer. Hea…
 
Our final preview before the Edinburgh Fringe kicks off with a mix of press launches, opening nights, and people going to Edinburgh Zoo instead of the Zoo on South Clerk Street (Hi, Ian!), and we’re heading into the world of stand-up comedy with one of the legends on the circuit. Dave Johns started out in the comedy clubs of the UK almost thirty ye…
 
Our previews of the 2022 edition of the world’s biggest arts Festival continue as we turn to the theatre side of the Fringe. Fin Ross Russell talks to ‘Bogeyman’ director Emily Aboud about misconceptions around voodoo, the Caribbean definition of a play and why the Haitian revolution is the most important historical event that nobody knows about. C…
 
In this episode, Neneh Rowa-Dewar UNCOVER’s student-staff liaison, and Thulani Ashcroft and Udani DE Silva both UNCOVER Reviewers, each discuss their roles in UNCOVER. Neneh highlights how students are supported in UNCOVER and how this support benefits students. Thulani and Udani describe how UNCOVER’s resources has benefited them. Music for this e…
 
With just under two weeks to go until the official start of the Edinburgh Fringe 2022, our podcast has lined up some interviews to preview the Festival. Coming up next week we’ll be speaking to comic Dave Johns about his show ‘A Comic’s Tale‘, and director Emily Aboud about ‘Bogeyman‘. We’re going to start off with a great friend of the podcast. Da…
 
In this introduction episode, Nadege Atkins an UNCOVER Reviewer and also co-producer of the uncovering UNCOVER podcast series, shares her experience as a member of UNCOVER. She discusses what UNCOVER is and how she became involved in UNCOVER. Nadege also speaks of the benefits and challenges she has faced, and what skills she has developed being a …
 
Welcome back to The Podcast Corner’s Edinburgh Fringe Show. With the Edinburgh Fringe coming returning after a limited programme in 2021, the Edinburgh Fringe Show returns to the podcasting and radio world. This episode is all about two big topics. The first is “does everything work?” It’s been a few years since we used this feed to its full potent…
 
Worship is at the heart of what it means to be a gathered people, worship is a space of encounter, and worship is a space of unreserved adoration. We see that nowhere more powerfully than in the worship of King David. David is so overjoyed at the presence of God returning to his people that he sings and dances (even to the point that it embarrasses…
 
As we continue our series in the book of Ruth, Luke focuses on the place the story happens at the end of chapter 2. It’s a place where Ruth found grace, a place of community where God is known; we all need a place like that, and we can all be part of providing such a place for others.Luke Davydaitis による
 
One of our core values as a church is encounter. We believe in a God who is relational, who desires to meet with us and who comes close to us, and that when we meet him it changes us. We see time and time again through scripture that God interacts this way with His people. God reveals himself, and it calls out a response from us. In 2 Corinthians 3…
 
Corporate worship has been part of the identity of the gathered people of God since the Exodus from Egypt. There is something distinctive and of eternal significance about the people of God singing the praises of God in the presence of God (Redman). Ephesians 5 offers us just one example of where we are given clear instruction around the importance…
 
The Spirit doesn’t just equip, the Spirit unites us! Unity is tough, it’s hard to do, it’s messy and sometimes we get it wrong but it’s an important call to the Church at large and it’s a beautiful thing to participate in. How can we be unified both within our own church and also with other churches surrounding us? How can we celebrate and honour f…
 
We start our series on the book of Ruth looking at the choices made by Elimelech at a hard time for God’s people. Luke set the scene for the story and reminded us that leaving God is never a good idea but that there is always a way home.(The songs which followed this message when it was preached, which are not on the recording, are Runaway by Jess …
 
Through the Spirit, we are equipped! The Holy Spirit pours himself into the church in abundant ways, ‘for the common good’ and we get to work together as Spirit-filled believers. How has Holy Spirit equipped you, do you know or do you believe he has? How has Holy Spirit equipped Central? How can we continue to be open to the equipping and gifting o…
 
The book festival will be back in person and online this year with too many events to mention - the programme is 105 pages long. Following the press breakfast we got a broad overview from Director Nick Barley about the event which will begin on 13 August 2022. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edinburgh-reporter/message…
 
In this episode, Filip Taneski, a PhD student within the School of Engineering, and Brittany Blankinship, a PhD student in the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, share good practice by discussing their nominations for the 2022 Student Tutor of the Year. They discuss the relationship between their research and teaching, how thei…
 
Here we talk to Tim Vincent Smith Lead Artist on the latest version of Pianodrome which will be unveiled at Hidden Door Festival on Thursday. The Old Royal Pianodrome will be situated at the former Royal High School for the festival and then other events throughout the summer. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edinburgh-reporter/messag…
 
The Old Royal High Pianodrome opens to the public on Thursday 9 June at the former Royal High School which is hosting Hidden Door Festival from 8 to 16 June https://hiddendoorarts.org The newly created amphitheatre is made from 40 pianos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edinburgh-reporter/message…
 
In this episode, Michael Merlin, a lecturer within the School of Engineering, and Richard Blythe, a professor of Complex Systems in the School of Physics and Astronomy, share good practice by discussing their nominations for the 2022 Personal Tutor of the Year. They begin by discussing: what actually is the role of a personal tutor? Michael mention…
 
Why is the Ascension of Jesus important? The disciples didn’t understand it, they are still in fact asking Jesus about when he will restore Israel even at this point! And although it’s a familiar part of our own canon, perhaps we don’t understand the significance of it either. But Jesus himself tells us, he had to go, he had to go because if he did…
 
In this episode, Charlie Farley, the Open Educational Resources advisor at the University's Information Services, and Ewan McAndrew, the University of Edinburgh’s Wikipedian in Residence, discuss the benefits of Media Hopper Create, particularly in regard to the service's ability to create Open Educational Resources (OERs). They discuss how they ea…
 
We know that the story of Jesus is one of redemption and we see that perhaps most clearly in this encounter with Peter. Peter had stuffed up, denied Jesus, walked away and to top it all off he didn’t think there was any way he could make amends, so he went back to the thing he knew best, his old life as a fisherman. But that morning on the shore wa…
 
In this episode, four University of Edinburgh staff members, Jo Merrifield, Education Programme Manager at the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, Michael Gallagher, Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Velda McCune, Deputy Director of the Institute for Academic Development and Brian Mather, Senior E-Learning Developer at the Veter…
 
What do we do with our doubt? How do we navigate the fearful waters of faith, belief and understanding changing? Is there room in our faith for our doubt? Thomas is often landed with the title ‘Doubting Thomas’ and is sometimes given a bad rap for that, yet his experience is one we will probably all have. What we see in this passage is how Jesus in…
 
The first apostle is not who is expected at all – Mary, a woman, a so-called ‘unreliable’ witness is charged by Jesus to go and tell the news that he is risen! Their first encounter with each other is a beautiful moment, in coming to the tomb she did not in any way expect to go away joyful and yet an encounter with Jesus changes all of that. The ri…
 
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