Here are some links to talks and interviews I’ve done. My apologies if any of them stop working … archives often get moved or deleted.

A little film about me and my life …

An episode of my Ultimate Radio show, ‘The Weekly Mull’, where I weave talk and music together to reflect on a particular theme. This one’s all about money.

A series of weekly prayer podcasts which I recorded for Canterbury Diocese during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020.

Matt White interviewing me for The Salvation Army’s Youth and Children’s Ministry ‘All Terrain’ podcast, talking about all sorts of things: life, prayer, change and hope.

‘The Ugly Truth’ – a BBC Radio 4 documentary which I presented in March 2020, exploring the so-called ‘beauty bias’, what it is and the impact it has in a sight-oriented world.

A BBC Radio documentary on healing and disability which I contributed to in April 2019. This links to the article, and within the article there’s a link to the documentary itself. Oh and there’s a nice drawing of me driving a sports car through the pearly gates too!

An interview I did with Ruth O’Reilly-Smith for UCB2’s ‘This is my Story’ show in March 2019 … it’s pretty wide-ranging and takes in everything from faith to blindness to prayer and grief.

A chat-show style interview I did at Christ Church Beckenham in 2018.

‘One Thing’ – a video prayer school in three series, produced by The Salvation Army, which I helped to produce, and for which I provided some of the teaching (Season 1 Episodes 1, 4 & 5; Season 2 Episodes 1, 2, 6 & 7; Season 3 Episode 5):

A panel discussion I participated in for BBC Radio 4’s In Touch’ programme in 2015, on the theme of gratitude.

Pray as you are – an interview I did with The Salvation Army USA Central in 2013 on prayer

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