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.

 
Jamie Jorge
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 2 April 2014

Jaime Jorge, renowned Adventist violinist, shares his story of faith to God in communist Cuba, how God has transformed his life, and the difference that trust can make. We also hear some of his music.

 
Karin and Llew Edwards
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 5 March 2014

Karin and Llew Edwards openly share their moving and thoughtful views on living with terminal cancer. Their mixture of humour, honesty and a deep trust in God makes this compelling viewing.

 
Ian Sweeney - End of Year Message
 

BUC News / 17 December 2015

Ian Sweeney - End of Year Message

 
Lynette Allcock
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 18 April 2012

In this lively and engaging interview, Lynette Allcock talks about setting out on a missionary adventure.

 
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.

 
What Is Truth
 

VIEWPOINT / 13 December 2011

Pastors Simon Martin and Petras Bahadur join with social anthropologist Petula Peters to try and answer a simple – yet surprisingly difficult question. And how do they respond to a Professor of Divinity who left the Adventist Church because he 'needed more ambiguity'? Also watch VIEWPOINT on Is Technology Good or Bad

 
President's Report 2012
 

BUC News / 22 November 2012

With the glow of the Olympics and the Queen's diamond Jubilee both fading into the distant memory, Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, still believes there is a ‘feel good’ factor within the British public and within the Church he loves.

 
Hiroshima
 

The Journey / 9 May 2013

Reflecting on the most moving interviews of his career, Victor Hulbert takes a visit to Hiroshima, talks to atomic bomb survivors and learns a lesson in forgiveness.