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Based in Totnes, England, we are a church that follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. In our services, we like to spend time with our focus squarely on The Lord. Our worship teams lead us in sung worship and help people to encounter God as we turn our affections to Him, and our talks focus on inspirational or challenging messages from the Bible.
 
Trance Owns The night is a podcast dedicated to the nocturnal lovers of Trance music!Whether you're in bed drifting off to your dreams, driving on a highway under city lights, or in a club immersing yourself in the lasers!Featuring a mix of old, new and classic trance songs, the ToTn podcast will also bring you some amazing underground tracks (gems) that may not have heard.10 tracks in a 1 hour show, with BPM varying to keep things fresh.Hope you enjoy :)
 
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Death Techno is a bi-weekly mix show ran by Jack! Who? serving up Exclusive Techno sets from around the world from hand picked underground DJ talent to established artists. Please check out our site http://deathtechno.com for more info... We are premiere on soe.fm in Germany then available for streaming and download shortly after via SoundCloud that now has over 4,900 Followers. Some guests featured so far are... Alex Dolby, Erphun, Hefty, Heron, Joachim Spieth, L.A.W, Mike Wall, Miss Sunshi ...
 
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A jaunty conversation with Joe of White Space Art in Totnes, telling us about the new art exhibition at 72 Fore Street, Totnes, with artist 'Ellen Watson', show entitled "A Walk To The Sea." Joe reveals that life was not always about art galleries, indeed, he has a backdrop of interviewing and journalistic skills with "The Scotsman" in Edinburgh, p…
 
A lovely warm glow emits from 62 Fore Street, Totnes, I reckon it's Harry Potter and his magic wand dancing around 'The East Gate Bookshop'! A fun conversation with Nigel about how he and Claire came to live in Totnes. We discovered how the mutual love of books propelled them to 'TAKING THAT CHANCE' and starting the business, flinging the doors ope…
 
Great fun chatting with Steve Nayar today about his forthcoming art workshop in Mauritius, Totnes & Dartington Open Art Studios and his own powerful work, focussing on endangered species (nayartist.com). Catching up with Susie David, our roving "sea salt" reporter, today in stormy South Milton sands. Adrian Birtwell chatting with Martin Seager abou…
 
On Saturday night Glorious Chorus were at long last singing live again in the public domain in the wonderful Totnes cinema as part of Totnes XX. A sell-out gig (covid-safe), audience completely enraptured hearing live music for the first time in many moons. Even their rehearsal outside Mountain Warehouse on Totnes High Street pulled the attention o…
 
You are in for such a treat. This is one of the most thought-provoking and inspiring episodes of this podcast yet. It was my huge honour to be joined by Yumna Hussen and Lottie Cooke to discuss what a reimagined education system would be like. Honestly, spending an hour in the company of these two remarkable young people, so articulate and well inf…
 
Do you ever fantasise about running an arts centre? Well, listen in to this podcast to hear it from the horse's mouth. An accidental promotor originally, turns into a creator of space, an applier of dedicated time and energy, a people-catcher and audience-pleaser. Andy has brought so many bands/musicians/poets/talented folk to the space. The heartl…
 
Have you ever had several panic attacks trying to prepare your house for visitors? You have, then look no further for the poem of a lifetime that will fully employ your laughing tackle. Edward Tripp is a stand-up poet who lives in Devon. He combines words, high-drama (and occasional theatrical effects) to convey a range of deep esoteric truths. Edw…
 
Voodoo happened in the shape of a WhatsApp connection with Sarah Kidd, Tracie Gillies and Jane Hughes who tell us all about the fab programme of events kicking off this week in town. A lively chat with the makers and shapers of all things fabulous; films, bands, dj-ing, art, poetry events connected to Lee Friese-Greene's festival, Totnes XX. Much h…
 
At 8.20am Julie Mullen connects with artist, art therapist, psychologist Ellie Baker who has recently taken up residency over the bridge in St. Ives, Cornwall. A very inspiring chat about the healing power of art, Ellie's own personal journey in art and growing up with a well known actor father, George Baker. We check-in with Margie Barker about To…
 
Here is the perfect accompaniment to the long summer days. Or the deluge. Or perhaps a bit of both. Today we are talking about travel. As many cities begin to actively take steps away from the dominance of cars, we are asking what might it be like if that had already happened? What might it be like to live in a city in which more travel now takes p…
 
Jacqui Perks from Jamming Station Totnes chatting to Julie Mullen about growing up in Liverpool and Jacqui's singing background with 'Wally' her dad, asking her to do the backing vocals. We learn how music had such a big impact on her early years. Not surprising is that Jacqui with help from her friend Lee Friese-Greene put Jamming Station on the m…
 
We invited artist Fiona Green at 8.20am on the show today to discuss her involvement with Totnes XX. Her art exhibition is scheduled to open at The Gatehouse on Thursday 14th and goes on until Wed 20th October, 10-4. It's called Passion for Colour and is in aid of Landworks, a resettlement and rehabilitation charity that works with people in prison…
 
The Wednesday Feeling is all about location location location at the Rotherfold, Totnes. A jaunty chat with Lee Friese-Greene about the upcoming festival Totnes XX, celebrating International Women's Day. Art exhibitions, films, bands, poetry and lots of events. Later in the show, Julie Mullen finds Totnesians on the streets for random conversations…
 
The Full Totnes Breakfast Show proudly presents 2 new songs written by Holly Ebony and performed by her, Vince Iddon and the band. Also at 8.45am we have a ripe old mare in the voice of Ben Piper who has us in stitches talking about his Mayor of Totnes bling, but more importantly he appeared on the show to encourage us to cast our vote in Bridgetow…
 
The wonderful Friday Feeling with Simon Williams, Dartmoor poet, making a spectacle of himself? Telling us about a fantastic new gadget to help anyone who can't remember lines while performing. His poems and his commitment to helping other poets make a fruitful start to anyone's blank page or canvas. Of Poem A Day September and April, he is the pur…
 
Helen Gilbert describes the day-to-day with Med Theatre, the Dartmoor based theatre company. From our own experience after watching "Salmon", an outdoor production at the exquisite site Fingle Bridge a few weeks ago, we had to invite them onto the show. Helen who is clearly multitalented, a fabulous advocate of all things community, all things magi…
 
Mr Robert Garnham of Paignton graces our woofers and tweeters today. OMG how we laughed: wonderful poetry from "Yay!" his new book and show + tales of synchronised trampolining. Robert is clearly destined for stardom with his Victoria Wood attitude towards writing and admin. You've got to listen to this show, it's hysterical...…
 
Chris White, fantastic poet, producer of Spork and many happy endings. The show today concentrates on the Riverford Field Kitchen's sourdough course, in conversation with Martin Seager our brand new weather/traffic/whatson correspondent. Chris comes on at 8.45am, chatting about his poetry show last night in Bristol and other creative menageries.…
 
The rather fabulous Di Levi from Auzzie with her punk rock indie pop band FAST CARS tells us how it was for them starting out in the 80s. Taking over 'The Full Totnes Breakfast show' from Peter Shearn was an emotional moment but Julie Mullen, (me), can handle this apparently? Peter Shearn has officially left the show...left the mic....I DON'T THINK…
 
A surprisingly emotional farewell from Peter Shearn's tenure as host of The Full Totnes Breakfast with the Last show featuring Katie Whitehouse's favourite and powerful tracks from Steely Dan, June Tabor, David Munyan, Allison Russell, Ed Donovan and The Cure. We also have an instant song from Hugh Nankivell who ignored the news item of Meghans Cam…
 
Firstly, sorry I'm late posting this. I was on a clifftop in Cornwall and the sun was shining and so it took me a while to get home! But, I must say that this episode is absolutely worth the wait. One of my favourites so far. This week we are exploring the black imagination, with two amazing guests. Natasha Marin is an antiracism consultant based i…
 
This is such an incredible episode. One of those ones I had to go off and sit under a tree afterwards to absorb. Today we talk about gender. I grew up in a society that thought in terms of two genders, you were male or you were female. This was accompanied by expectations that men behaved in ways that were ‘masculine’, and women in ways seen as bei…
 
Episode Thirty. Wow. Whoever thought we'd get this far? Thank you so much for your support in making that possible. We have a delicious episode to mark this moment. Farzana Khan is a writer, director, cultural producer and award-winning Arts educator. She is the co-founder and Director of Healing Justice London. She has a background in Youth and Co…
 
If you had a Time Machine, which year would you set the dial to? This episode is about time travel. More specifically, it is about using imaginary time travel, or futurism, or deep dreaming, or whatever you want to call it, in our activism. Why is it so powerful to invite people to imagine the future? What does it do to us to step into an imaginary…
 
The time for imagining that change happens in small, incremental steps is now way behind us. As Naomi Klein says, "there are no non-radical solutions left". Today we are thinking big. Really big. With big thinkers. While some of our episodes focus on what if questions that are quite specific and focused, in this episode, Episode Twenty-Eight, we ar…
 
This new episode, one of my favourite so far, comes with a challenge. Can you listen to it and not reimagine your own relationship with flying or, as one of our guests puts it, being "twanged around in an aluminium sausage"? I stopped flying in 2006. I travel to the far reaches of Europe on the train, travelling to Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Italy, …
 
These days of COVID have shown us that extraordinary profound reimagining of many aspects of society are entirely possible. Might this be the time to forever do away with the idea that the only way to measure our progress, cultural, social, spiritual, economic, is purely by how much bigger our economy is than it was last year? It’s a weird metric… …
 
Let’s imagine, and this takes quite a leap in Britain in 2021 I’ll grant you, but stay with me, that we had a government who recognised that we are living through a time of imaginative contraction alongside a climate and ecological emergency, a social justice emergency and so much more. Let’s imagine that they were able to recognise this as the cri…
 
When was the last time you read a book cover to cover? And if you are still able to do this, do you feel you read in the same way you did, say, 20 years ago? How is the decline in our collective attention span affecting our ability to read and, by extension, our collective capacity for knowledge, wisdom and art? What do we lose when we lose our abi…
 
Today we are looking at street art. Street art has stood alongside the fight for climate justice, the Black Lives Matter revolution, and pretty much every mass uprising for change through history. But is it just decoration? Or does it have the power to deeply shift a culture? To fire the collective imagination? And what if it was everywhere? I am j…
 
This week we are exploring failure. More precisely, what if we were able to create a culture in which failure is embraced, celebrated even, rather than feared, avoided or ridiculed? What would society look like if we embraced failure in politics, education, economics and everyday life, indeed if we learned from a young age that failure was just as …
 
It was recently announced that Chuck Feeney, the Irish American former airport duty free shopping entrepreneur who was worth $8bn, had, at the age of 89, succeeded in his goal of giving away all of his money to initiatives working to make the world a better place. Every cent. He suggested that to give away a huge fortune was far more fun than holdi…
 
Today we are exploring the question of trauma, and I must confess that recording this conversation rather blew my mind, as it will no doubt blow yours. I had to lie down afterward and digest it for a while. I am joined by two amazing thinkers for this conversation. I hope you love it. Susan Raffo is a bodyworker, cultural worker and writer. For the…
 
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