Earlier today I recorded for the Beyond Today podcast on social media and mental health, and the moral panics that surround technology, when there are many other underlying factors which need far more attention: Listen to the interview Some related links: Self-harm and social media: a knee-jerk ban on content could actually harm young people Six triggers of […]
I recorded this the other week, looking at whether traditional church sermons still have a place in a digital age: You can listen to the full programme here (28 mins).
Last Wednesday I recorded for BBC Radio 4 Beyond Belief, along with Linda Woodhead, Sughra Ahmed, and David Walker, which was aired this afternoon. We were looking at public responses to recent tragedies (Manchester Arena, London Bridge, Grenfall House and Finsbury Park), and whether these were forms of public grief, or whether it was something […]
I was alerted to this programme about children and screen time, on earlier this week, and have just had the opportunity to catch-up on it. The blurb says: Getting children away from their screens can be a daily battle, but how much more difficult is it in the school holidays? We’ll be asking whether it […]
After blogging about Pokémon Go: An evil for churches and dangerous for children? last week, I was invited to join BBC Radio 4 Sunday programme to discuss the topic with a rather sceptical Edward Stourton (early!) this morning, joined by Andy Robertson from Exeter. Listen to the whole programme: