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Edinburgh Radio Is An Online Radio Station in The UK. We have loyal listeners in over 50 countries worldwide. We play all kinds of music, from Rock to Chart and Dance to R&B, and even support Unsigned bands and artists by playing their songs on air. Our website has a Facebook style chat room for listeners and DJ's to hang out together. So why not come and chill out at www.Edinburgh-Radio.com right now and chill out with our other listeners while listening to some of the best hits played on a ...
 
Welcome to the Edinburgh Skeptics Society podcast. We'll be bringing you talks from our guest speakers on a variety of topics in our Skeptics in the Pub podcast. There'll be talks from areas such as science, social issues, politics, and lots more, all with a view to promoting reason and critical thinking. You'll also be able to see what makes our guest speakers tick with our 10 Questions segment, plus there'll be bonus content along the way that doesn't fit anywhere else. Do make sure you ra ...
 
Nobel prize-winners and bestselling authors from around the world rubbed shoulders with the literary stars of tomorrow at the 2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival in over 800 events which included enlightening Parkinson-style chats, lively debates and readings. You can listen to extracts from some of the events in our series of free podcasts, recorded live at the festival.
 
Dr Murray Collins and journalist Kim McAllister reveal why Edinburgh is on course to become the space data capital of Europe, in association with Picture Zero. From satellite data to space robots and even landing on comets - they interview experts from across Scotland. Professors, business leaders and students share insights from their work in space and satellite technology in Edinburgh and across the world. www.ed.ac.uk www.ed.ac.uk/bayes www.ddi.ac.uk Twitter.com/murraybcollins twitter.com ...
 
Interview snippets later incorporated into performances of Our Country. Aug 3rd-26th in the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Venue 26: Summerhall. https://festival18.summerhall.co.uk/event/our-country/ Sophocles’ Antigone acts as a provocation for this autobiographical unearthing, based on recorded conversations between the artist and her younger brother—a citizen of the still-Wild West, California’s marijuana country. Recalling a time when we were little—as siblings, as a nation, as a democratic syste ...
 
Described as ‘an Olympics of the mind’, the 2012 Edinburgh International Book Festival offered Nobel Prize and Booker winners, bestsellers and up-and-coming writers alongside scientists, philosophers, children’s authors and illustrators, great thinkers, orators and inspirational storytellers. 750 authors from around the world gathered to celebrate the world of words and ideas. You can hear some of the events here in our series of free podcasts – recorded live at the Festival.
 
Get the insider’s account of Edinburgh's news beat from Conor Matchett and the team at the Edinburgh Evening News. Every week we will delve into the issues that you've been talking about, whether it’s a controversial council decision or a major new venue. We'll also answer your burning questions about life in the Scottish capital.
 
Authors from 55 different countries appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in 2015. Internationally renowned writers and thinkers from around the world gathered in Charlotte Square Gardens, the Book Festival’s home, to trade stories, share ideas, inspire audiences and answer questions. Old favourites, bestsellers and award-winners rubbed shoulders with newcomers (the literary stars of tomorrow?) to talk about their books and discuss the important topics of today. You can liste ...
 
Celebrating its 30th birthday in 2013, the Edinburgh International Book Festival brought 800 authors from around the world to Scotland’s capital city to take part in events on themes as diverse as Feminism Today, Memory and the Imagination, Making Music, Comics and Graphic Novels and Blueprints for the Future. Booker and Pulitzer prize-winners rubbed shoulders with bestsellers, debut novelists, scientists, philosopher, children’s authors and illustrators and inspirational storytellers. You c ...
 
New weekly comedy, news and chat show hosted by Dana Alexander with new guests every week. Join us as we side eye weekly events with topical debate, banter and trivia. Follow Dana on Instagram and Twitter @comediandana to stay updated on the latest episodes or watch live every Wednesday @8pm (GMT) HERE... https://www.facebook.com/bigblackbadmammajamma
 
In 2018, the Edinburgh International Book Festival (edbookfest) offered audiences the Freedom to Think in over 800 events with some of the world’s leading writers and performers. Topics under discussion included the future of democracy, the role of radical women in shaping society, the state of our oceans and the environment, the legacy of Edinburgh literary legend Muriel Spark, and the freedoms that matter most to us in an age of political upheaval. More than 900 novelists, poets, illustrat ...
 
Whether it’s exploring the disappearing art of letter writing and the power of the spoken word, or listening to those who hear inner voices or participating in a series of dialogues on the future of Scotland, the Edinburgh International Book Festival examined all aspects of communication in 2014. Under the headline ‘Let’s Talk’ the Book Festival welcomed internationally-renowned writers and thinkers from around the world to its home in Charlotte Square Gardens to discuss such diverse topics ...
 
In 2016, the Edinburgh International Book Festival explored the power of the human mind to imagine a better world. Events addressed the interlinking questions on the impact of conflict; Europe’s place in the world and Scotland’s place in Europe; the refugee crisis; the effect of migration on Scots both at home and around the globe and the role of society in our wellbeing. Over 800 novelists, poets, illustrators, historians, politicians, journalists, scientists, philosophers and playwrights f ...
 
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At the beginning of Genesis, in the beautiful creation poem, we see the mandate given to humankind. We who are part of God’s creation are given responsibility within it, to care and to steward. We are told that we have responsibility over this earth and the things that inhabit it. Over centuries this idea of our ‘dominion’ over creation has been mi…
 
Chris Howard stopped off in Edinburgh on the homeward stretch of his 11,000 mile journey walking around the British coast. Today was the 393rd day of his walk which began at Heacham in Norfolk after a really brief three weeks of planning.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edinburgh-reporter/message…
 
The opening lines of Psalm 24 paint a picture for us of something that we see across all of Scripture and which is particularly present in the Old Testament – the earth is not for human dominion but rather it is God’s creative power that holds back the forces of chaos and sustains the whole world in being and everything that exists belongs to him. …
 
This is the amazing truth that we celebrate at Christmas, that Light has come and it has not left us. We are those who live in the light of Jesus and that light is an overcoming light against which the darkness of the world around us cannot and will not prevail. As we desire to be those who seek to have a more ‘Just Christmas’, let us remember this…
 
Justice at Christmas can feel overwhelming, especially if we find our own lives overwhelming as well. The good news that Jesus brings is that the fullness of our lived experience does not need to be diminished. In his incarnation, Jesus came to bring freedom but he also came to bring comfort, because he knew we would mourn. What does the justice of…
 
When we consider the incarnation of Jesus, his coming to earth as a baby we rejoice in the miracle of that and the wonder of it. However we know that this God incarnate grew up and when Jesus began his ministry he began by declaring the words of Isaiah 61. This babe in the manger became the man in the Temple courts who showed us how he was the fulf…
 
We reach the end of Ephesians with a call to be fully equipped in Christ for the times of struggle ahead of us. Paul reminds us that we have everything we need to stand firm in the face of opposition: God’s truth; righteousness; the gospel of peace; faith; salvation and Holy Spirit. What does it look like to daily clothe ourselves in these gifts Go…
 
We know that in this life there are hierarchies and unjust power balances. But we also learn here that God shows no favouritism. In the case of seemingly inescapable powerlessness, such as with a child and their parents, or a slave and their enslaver, we are reminded that God knows what is in our hearts and sees whatever good we do. We know that ul…
 
Mutually submitting to one another is the mark of those who follow Jesus, as Jesus demonstrated Himself at Passover by adorning the clothes of a servant and washing his disciples feet. In chapter 5 Paul is continuing his argument for the church family to live life in the Spirit. The primary context is to view all relationships in light of being tho…
 
A walk is taking place from Dunbar to Glasgow in time for COP26. We joined the walk just after it left the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop and went with them as far as Granton Castle Walled Garden where the Keeper of the Soil, artist Natalie Taylor, collected a small sample of soil in her hand made cape with its special pockets. --- Send in a voice me…
 
Again Paul comes to us with what could seem like a list of instructions, of things to do and things to steer clear of and as we read it, we probably find ourselves having failed at every turn! The opening of this chapter is perhaps of the greatest importance as we try and understand it, we are to follow God’s example, living into our identity as hi…
 
Ali Pretty describes herself as an artist activist and has just joined the Pilgrimage to COP26 in Edinburgh with 500 flags made as part of the Beach of Dreams project. The flags will be displayed at St Mary’s Cathedral in Palmerston Place and will then be carried to Glasgow from Monday morning. Each flag represents a mile of coastline from Lowestof…
 
In this weeks episode it’s dominated by Edinburgh City and Lowland League conversation as Andrew is joined by former City and Civil player John Dunn. John discusses his early days before signing with City, his City highlights and City’s season so far. It’s then onto Lowland League discussion on Civil, Edinburgh Uni and Spartans.…
 
What does it mean to ‘put on the new self’? It’s often supposed to be a matter of behaviour first; do this, say that, don’t do this, don’t say that. But Paul makes it clear here that it starts not with our actions first, but with our minds (v.23). Tom Wright says that, ‘genuine Christianity opens the mind so that it can grasp truth at deeper and de…
 
Everyone has a part to play in this beautiful thing called the Church. Paul opens up for us here the many facets of leadership and contribution that make up the body of Christ, these gifts of grace that have been apportioned to us. Our flourishing however doesn’t just come from using and embracing and welcoming these gifts (which is important), our…
 
Sometimes we’re faced with tasks in the building of God’s Kingdom that feel difficult, messy, and unpleasant. Continuing our series in Nehemiah, James looks at the story of The Dung Gate, and reminds us that we can trust Jesus in all the work we’re faced with, because what He has already done for us was messier and tougher than we could ever imagin…
 
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