show episodes
 
Thin Blue Training is a weekly show devoted to finding and exploring law enforcement training. Each week we feature law enforcement trainers, exceptional law enforcement officers and even innovators in the realm of public safety gear. Find your next class at thinbluetraining.com and get behind the scenes here on the Thin Blue Training podcast, where it’s all about outcomes.
 
A serial pyromaniac fuels fear in a small southern Californian town. A singer-songwriter steals a song that shoots her into stardom. Twenty years later two friends reunite to tell the story and face the past. Deep Drag presents, Flies In The Jar, an all-new radio drama in seventeen episodes. Starring: Jon Jeffers, Kent Evans, Lady Zen, Martin James Grapengeter, and Clara Dunham with original music by Lady Zen, Joshua Holloway, and Dan Capaldi. Flies In The Jar was written and created by Nath ...
 
FOX Sports Senior UFC Writer Damon Martin brings you the all new Fight Society, a podcast dedicated to all things MMA. Featuring top guests around the industry with the most informed opinions and insight, Fight Society is a must-listen for any MMA fan. If you want the best fight analysis from current top pros and the guys who sit ringside for the biggest fights, look no further.
 
Demo Tapes is the music podcast that hits rewind on the careers of some of the world's biggest bands and artists. Presented by Rick Martin (ex NME) and blogger/blagger Sarah Jane Kemp, the podcast features interviews with top musicians, their fans, journalists and anyone with a good tale to tell. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @DemoTapesPod Email us at demotapespod@gmail.com
 
Loading …
show series
 
Is the doctrine of the Trinity to be found in the Bible? Was Jesus really "of one substance" with God the Father? US Christian apologist James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries returns to defend the doctrine of the Trinity as he discusses key Old and New Testament texts with Sir Anthony Buzzard of the Restoration Fellowship. James believes the do…
 
It's still the bestselling book in the world. But can the Bible speak to modern life in the way it has to past generations? Andrew Ollerton, author of 'The Bible: A book that makes sense of life', explains why he believes the Bible has a unique ability to speak to who we are as humans. He is joined by historian Tom Holland, author of books includin…
 
The Unification church of Revd Sun Myung Moon (aka The Moonies) is often regarded as a cult. But what do they actually believe about Jesus and his death and resurrection? Christian Nseka is a member of the religion and believes we need to see Jesus' death and resurrection in a new way. He believes that Christ did not fulfil his mission and that Rev…
 
When 19-year-old Rocio Wanninkhof failed to return home after a night out with friends, her mother Alicia was immediately worried. The family lived in the small town of La Cala de Mijas, Spain – a safe area where teenagers felt secure going out alone... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Victoria Dieffenbacher Editing – Erin Munro …
 
Episode 2 | Season 3 of The Big Conversation. Prof Nick Bostrom, director of the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University and Prof Rosalind Picard, director of the Affective Computing Research Group at MIT debate the philosophical and spiritual questions raised by AI. Could AI become conscious? Are we living in a simulation universe? Could…
 
An Inter-Christian discussion on the beliefs and doctrines that are distinctive of Seventh Day Adventists. Why do they hold to Saturday as the ‘true’ day for worship and rest? Are they too legalistic? What about the failed prophecy of Christ's return that they grew out of? What should we make of founder Ellen White's teaching on ‘Investigative Judg…
 
In August 1961, a couple by the name of Michael Gregsten and Valerie Storie were sitting in their Morris Minor car in Dorney Reach, UK, when an intruder forced his way into the back seat brandishing a gun and took them for a drive all over the English countryside... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative dire…
 
It's often claimed that, despite their religious differences, Muslims and Christians still believe in and worship the same creator God. In his new book Andy Bannister explains why he believes the God of Islam and Christianity cannot be the same. In contrast, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, who heads up Christian-Muslim interfaith work in Nigeria, b…
 
What does it take for life to get going in our universe? Is there intelligence in the stars or right under our nose? Renowned astrophysicist Paul Davies chats to Oxford Professor of Mathematics John Lennox. A popular science author, Davies’ book ‘The Eerie Silence’ examines the likelihood of the universe producing life elsewhere. John Lennox is a C…
 
Detective Alvarez continues searching for the Firestarter while the gang visits Madame Wasswa Lule. Join us for the season finale of Flies In The Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This is the final episode of season one. Don't miss the post-credit scene! This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, Martin J…
 
Detective Alvarez teams up with special agent Ronald Highkoch while Mia confides in Lady Zen. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, Martin James Grapengeter, Jocelynn Sunrise, Maëlle Jayet, Jonathan Lockwood, David Dykes, Angel Schmec…
 
Here at Demo Tapes, nothing fascinates us more than someone going solo from a band - particularly if it isn't the frontman. So we were delighted to get Ed Cosens on the show, on the week that the Reverend and the Makers guitarist released his brilliant debut solo album, 'Fortunes Favour'. It's an entertaining trip down memory lane with one of Sheff…
 
Sanchez meets a stranger at the top of the Tower while Lady Zen and Elsa confront Charles. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, Béa Aaronson, Martin James Grapengeter, Jocelynn Sunrise, Maëlle Jayet, Joshua Holloway, Salomon Rogberg,…
 
On August 19 1988, two armed offenders entered a branch of the Deutsche Bank in Gladbeck, West Germany with the intention of holding it up... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research – Milly Raso and Erin Munro Writing – Erin Munro Special thanks to Stef for her assistance in the creation of this episode Creative direction – Milly Raso Production an…
 
TikTok star Zach Pincince lost his faith after developing a career in hypnotism and growing doubts about whether Jesus rose again. He engages with Christian evangelist and stage illusionist Bryan Drake on whether religious belief is down to our suggestibility and debates the evidence for the resurrection. For Zach Pincince: https://www.tiktok.com/@…
 
Sanchez heads over to the Hotel Virginia while Lady Zen meets with a clairvoyant, Madame Wasswa Lule. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, Béa Aaronson, Maëlle Jayet, Monroe, Martin James Grapengeter, Sebastian Steins, and Nathan Feu…
 
Lady Zen tells Sanchez what she has been smuggling while Mia and Jimmy catch a bus back from Cliffside. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, David Galitzky, Angel Schmeck, Joshua Holloway, Martin James Grapengeter, Maëlle Jayet, Pedr…
 
Ever imagined what it would be like to fake your own death and start all over again? You wouldn't be the first. There's a name for it: Pseudocide. Pseudocide is also the name of a new Spotify exclusive from Casefile Presents. In this series, nothing is quite as it seems. Shadowy Russian operatives threaten the life of a dissident, a blood-soaked ca…
 
Jimmy and Mia go to a trip-hop concert while Elsa catches a flight. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, David Galitzky, Angel Schmeck, Joshua Holloway, Salomon Rogberg, MayaTrujillo, Mittie Roger, Martin James Grapengeter, Maëlle Ja…
 
Lady Zen and Sanchez arrive in a foreign land and begin their search for Elsa. Deep Drag presents, Flies in the Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Kent Evans, Clara Dunham, Sebastian Steins, Jocelynn Sunrise, Pedro Gonçalves, Maëlle Jayet, Sebastian Steins Written and Created by Nathan Feu…
 
Elsa makes a new friend named, Chartreuse while Sanchez and Melody play drinking games. Join us for the second half of the first season of Flies In The Jar, a serialized radio-drama based on true events. This episode stars: Jon Jeffers, Lady Zen, Clara Dunham, Martin James Grapengeter, Maëlle Jayet, Jocelynn Sunrise, David Galitzky, Mittie Rogers, …
 
Bishop Robert Barron of Word on Fire and Alex O'Connor of the Cosmic Skeptic channel discuss the evidence for God, the nature of faith and the problem of suffering in the first episode of The Big Conversation season 3. For a bonus video of Bishop Barron and Alex O'Connor debating the Trinity sign up at http://www.thebigconversation.show We'd love t…
 
Lost Artists is a new occasional feature for Demo Tapes, where we shine a light on criminally under-rated artists from yesteryear - and find out what happened next for them. First up, we've got an interview with Theoretical Girl, aka Amy Sharp. TG emerged as part of the same late '00s Southend music scene as The Horrors and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly…
 
In prominent atheist author Philip Pullman’s ‘The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ’, he re-imagines the story of Jesus as the story of two twins - one called Jesus, the other Christ. It is the twin Christ who writes the history of Jesus, turning him into the God-man of the Gospels. Philip Pullman joins Justin Brierley to discuss whether we s…
 
On February 29 2008, intruders stormed the Caffey family home in Texas, attacking those sleeping within. After setting the house on fire, the intruders fled, unaware that one family member was still alive... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Musi…
 
Former Christian youth worker, Logan Walker, shares some of the reasons for losing his faith. Evangelist Ben Jack from the Message Trust responds to some of Logan's doubts and provides some of his own thoughts on these difficult topics. For Ben Jack’s book My Lord and My God https://shop.message.org.uk/product/my-lord-and-my-god-ben-jack/ For Logan…
 
How can natural evil and death that have existed for millions of years on an Old Earth view be reconciled to the view that the Fall brought these things into God's good world? Why does God answer some prayers and not others? Does free will exist? American mathematician, professor of theology and author of The End Of Christianity, Bill Dembski engag…
 
On October 2 1987, a council employee in Central City, Kentucky reported finding an abandoned, blood-smeared Pontiac outside his workplace. When Lieutenant Billy Fields arrived at the scene, he found the bloody and beaten body of 20-year-old Corinna Mullen in the boot... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research – Holly Boyd Writing – Erin Munro Crea…
 
Justin and Ruth present 3 interviews in this week's show. Alister McGrath, Prof of science and religion at Oxford University talks about the life and legacy of physicist-priest John Polkinghorne who has passed away aged 90. Justin also presents a sneak peek of his forthcoming CS Lewis podcast. Shelby Abbott talks about deconstruction and doubt in h…
 
This week we look at two different Christian views of Divorce and Remarriage. Andrew Cornes is part of the clergy team at All Souls Eastbourne. He holds to the traditional understanding that Jesus taught divorce is only permissible for adultery, and that the Bible forbids remarriage. David Instone-Brewer is a New Testament scholar from Tyndale Hous…
 
In January 1974, 18-year-old Guðmundur Einarsson went missing from Hafnarfjordur, Iceland following a night out with friends. He walked off into a wild snowstorm and was never seen again... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Jo…
 
Julia Rynkiewicz was suspended from her midwifery course at Nottingham University because of her support for the pro-life organisation Students for Life. Justin is joined by Julia along with Ryan Christoper of ADF UK who fought and won Julia’s case for unfair dismissal. They debate whether there is a problem of free speech on campus with Prof Aliso…
 
Alister McGrath combines a background in science with a passion for theology and apologetics. Many of his books, including ‘The Dawkins Delusion’, his critique of Richard Dawkins and the New Atheism, have been bestsellers. In this wide-ranging interview McGrath shares his own journey of faith and why Christianity makes best sense of the world as he…
 
In Australia, Father’s Day falls on the first Sunday of September and is typically a time for families to gather together and celebrate. But on Father’s Day in 2005, the small Victorian town of Winchelsea was rocked by the news that a local man named Robert Farquharson had driven his three young sons – Jai, Tyler and Bailey – into a dam... --- Narr…
 
Why do we often picture a Caucasian Jesus with blonde hair and blue eyes? Why are many of the early church fathers depicted as white when they weren’t? Has African Christianity been hijacked? Dr Vince Bantu of Fuller Theological Seminary and Dr AJ Varmah of the Holy Qubtic Church join Ruth Jackson to discuss these important questions and look at ho…
 
Atheists Richard Dawkins and AC Grayling squared up against Christians Richard Harries and Charles Moore for a debate on the motion "Atheism is the new fundamentalism". Justin Brierley reviews the debate with audio clips from the speakers and Q&A session, as well as interviews with those who attended, including AC Grayling and the Chair of the deba…
 
The Long Blondes were one of the most important indie groups of the '00s - great tunes, whip-smart lyrics filled with endless Easter eggs for eagle-eyed listeners and a fashion sense which inspired a generation of music fans. However, the triumphs of their brilliant albums 'Someone To Drive You Home' and '"Couples'" were followed by the tragedy of …
 
A recent report about Ravi Zacharias has shipwrecked a global ministry and the legacy of one of the most influential Christian apologists has been swept away. Justin and Ruth are joined by Christian psychologist Dr Diane Langberg, a specialist in trauma abuse, and Rev Glen Scrivener, an evangelist with Speak Life, to discuss how we safeguard agains…
 
‘The Evangelical Universalist’ was published in 2006. The author claimed to be an evangelical Christian who believes that everyone will ultimately be saved. He published under a pen name, but a few years later revealed his true identity as Robin Parry, then editorial director of UK Christian publisher Paternoster (he’s now at Wipf and Stock Publish…
 
We're excited to bring you a bit of a Demo Tapes exclusive this week as Luke Pritchard of The Kooks and his wife Ellie Rose sit down for their first extended joint podcast interview. The pair released their excellent joint album 'Duo' a couple of months back so we wanted to find out all about it, whilst also hitting rewind on their respective music…
 
In 1979, young men began to go missing in and around Adelaide. It began with the disappearance of 17-year-old Alan Barnes, then 25-year-old Neil Muir, 14-year-old Peter Stogneff, 18-year-old Mark Langley and 15-year-old Richard Kelvin. All went missing under suspicious circumstances and later found, dumped in the Adelaide Hills and surrounds... ---…
 
Richmond Wandera, a pastor in Kampala, Uganda and listener of Unbelievable? talks to Justin about the history of Christian revival in Africa, elections and Covid in Uganda, witchcraft, secularism and the problem of the prosperity gospel in churches. He also share his story of coming from the slums of Kampala through to theological education and chu…
 
Many have suggested that Christian belief in the divinity and worship of Jesus as God was a late development, and that Jesus' early followers did not regard him as being equal with God. So was Jesus merely regarded as an ‘elevated’ being? Was high Christology at odds with the Jewish monotheism of the first century? New Testament scholar Richard Bau…
 
Legendary music journalist John Robb was the first person to interview Nirvana in the late ‘80s. As the grunge titans’ seminal second album ‘Nevermind’ turns 30 later this year, we’ve got John on the show to look back on his time spent on the trail of Kurt Cobain and co, including a clip from one of his early interviews with the band. John recounts…
 
In October 1997, the family of Nicolas Barclay received good news. 13-year-old Nicolas had disappeared from his home state of Texas three years earlier. All hope was lost until his family got a call from a police officer in the Spanish city of Linares. Nicolas had been found wandering the local streets, alive and well. --- Narration – Anonymous Hos…
 
There’s been a rise in the demand for exorcism from church priests in recent years. Billy Hallowell author of ‘Playing With Fire: A modern investigation into demons, exorcism and ghosts’ says we need ot take the supernatural seriously. Atheist skeptic Michael Shermer believes that there are better natural explanations for paranormal claims. For Bil…
 
Behind every great movie - even the silent ones of the early 20th century - is a great soundtrack. On this episode we celebrate our favourite film soundtracks and also find out about how they're put together with writer, director and all round good egg Laura Jean Marsh. Laura is currently in the post-production phase for her love letter to the '00s…
 
Threatening phone calls, break-ins, slashed pillows, arson attacks, and physical assaults. Cindy James of Vancouver: British Columbia was tormented by an unknown assailant for years. Moving house didn’t stop them. Nor did her policeman roommate. Or her personal alarm... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creativ…
 
Rev Christina Beardsley is a transgender priest in the Church of England and author of numerous resources on trans experience in the church. She engages with Preston Sprinkle, author of ‘Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church, and What the Bible Has to Say’ who takes a grace-filled but traditional Christian approach to sexuality. They discuss…
 
Richard Bauckham’s book ‘Jesus and the Eyewitnesses’ has been heralded as a paradigm shift in the way the authorship of the Gospels should be seen. Bauckham argues that the Gospels are based on eyewitness accounts and should be regarded as fundamentally trustworthy. New Testament historian James Crossley discusses the implications of Bauckham's wor…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login