Mervyn Weir
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 74 VIEWS

Victor Hulbert talking with writer, producer and director Mervyn Weir about his new film release, 'Fired Up', a contemporary look at the life of Bible translator, William Tyndale. Mervyn reflects on his lifelong passion for communicating the gospel through drama. Watch the film Read about the Bafta Premier of 'Fired Up'

 
Episode 9 - Hope
 

Animal Encounters Season 2 - Costa Rica / 74 VIEWS

Gabi, Cassila and Caro visit an animal rescuer named Mike, listening to the stories of abused monkeys, too damaged to return to their natural habitat. They then get a lesson in hope from an orphaned sloth and an injured hawk.

 
Adriana Foddar
 

In Conversation - Series 8 / 73 VIEWS

Adriana reflects on her childhood growing up in Romania and her challenging journey from nurse, to missionary, to ministering to her church members in South Wales.

 
Nina Jaggers
 

In Conversation - Series 8 / 73 VIEWS

A spiritualist for 26 years, a survivor of liver failure and an emergency liver transplant, Nina Jaggers shares her remarkable story.

 
The Brits & Their Pets
 

VIEWPOINT / 72 VIEWS

Richard and his guests talk about pampered pets and explore the benefits, blessings and pitfalls of life with a furry friend.

 
Sharks
 

Animal Encounters / 71 VIEWS

Sharks

 
Debbie Higgens
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 71 VIEWS

A fan of C S Lewis since picking up his book, Mere Christianity during her student days, Debbie Higgens now serves as on-site director and warden for 'The Kilns', the Oxford home where Lewis spent the last twenty years of his life. It was the simplicity of Mere Christianity that appealed to Debbie, as well as Mere Christianity, Lewis is best known for his children's series, The Chronicles of Narnia, and for The Screwtape Letters. All three, she says, are very powerful representations of the gospel. They are also a very approachable reintroduction, she says quoting Lewis, "Stealing past the watchful dragons", for those who have been turned off Christianity in the past. "He flips it and says, 'look at it in a different way'."

 
Sponsored Kayak for ADRA UK
 

BUC News / 70 VIEWS

Celebrating 100 years of fundraising for ADRA, four adventurous kayakers attempted a mid-winter fund-raiser, kayaking down the beautiful River Wye from Ross-on-Wye to Monmouth to raise funds to provide much needed village wells in Burkina Faso. Facing strong headwinds and rising water levels, the team far surpassed their goal of £1000 and continuing donations will ensure that, thanks to ADRA, 8 villages in Burkino Faso will have safe and secure drinking water.

 
Geert Tap
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 68 VIEWS

Pastor Geert Tap shares how the words of his dying grandfather changed his life and shaped his unexpected journey of joy.