Tom Pignon
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 24 May 2012

A childhood move from rural Norfolk to Kenya was difficult for Tom Pignon, but somehow he gained a vision for looking beyond himself to the needs of others – something reflected in his charity career.

 
Yada
 

WORD / 19 July 2012

Isha Prince, talks about how the world distorts the definition of sex and explains Gods ideal for us.

 
Women of Virtue
 

BUC News / 1 May 2014

The principles of the 'women of virtue' in Proverbs 31 are still alive today - and highlighted in a Conference organised by Sharon Platt-McDonald, Women's Ministries, Health and Disability Awareness director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
Olympic Chaplain - Richard Daly
 

BUC News / 8 August 2012

Richard Daly is a church pastor – but he sees his community as much larger than just those who come through his church doors. London 2012 was his 4th Olympics but his first opportunity to serve as a full-time volunteer chaplain. What is his motivation?

 
The Journey - Seeking The Lost
 

The Journey / 29 November 2012

Hiking in the rain comes part and parcel with a holiday in the Lake District. Yet when it’s raining so hard that you lose your glasses and don’t notice it can provoke a crisis. Victor Hulbert discovers the reality of ‘seeking the lost’.

 
Tyler Saunders - Paralympic Athlete
 

BUC News / 30 August 2012

A son of Chiswick church, Tyler Saunders was born with just one leg. However that has not stopped him competing in Basketball. He was just three points short of making it into this year’s Paralympic Basketball team but now heading to Germany where he will play professionally and plans to represent Britain at the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil.

 
Sinisa Horvat
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 15 January 2014

Sinisa Horvat, a communist atheist who found God through a school friend and now wants to narrow the gap between the secular world and what the Church has to offer.

 
Christians and Politics
 

VIEWPOINT / 19 October 2011

Jesus told his followers to be 'in the world' but not 'of the world'. Does that apply to politics? What part, if any, should Christians play in the political arena? Also watch VIEWPOINT on End of Life Choices

 
The Journey - The Tunnel
 

The Journey / 3 October 2012

A 26 miles bike ride in the Welsh Mountains may seem a good plan, but given the choice of yet another hard climb – or taking a shortcut through a tunnel – what choice would you make? Victor Hulbert learns a lesson of faith and trust in the Brecon Beacons.