Last Monday I attended the excellent Nexus Conference here in Sydney. As part of the livestream of events Dominic Steele arranged a whole host of “backstage” interviews for remote viewers to increase their sense of participation in things. Here’s my 8 minutes: The main session talks will all be available soon. Plenary addresses from Simon […]
Yesterday I sat down to talk with Anglican Unscripted about the upcoming Anglican Future Conference here in Australia. Here’s the full 10 minute programme. Don’t miss the outtake at the end!
thanks for the prompt, wordpress This website has an about page but it’s still worth stopping and letting my readers, and particularly the many new readers that have come here over the past few months, know a little more about me. My name is David and I’m an ordained Anglican minister, currently privileged to serve as […]
A nice result in the wonderful Macarthur Chronicle
Nathan Campbell, who runs one of my favourite sites “St. Eutychus” interviewed me a couple of weeks ago about some of my recent media work, how it came about and the principles I try and work under when I’m doing stuff like that. It’s fun looking back at what you slightly recall saying. Here’s the […]
Yes friends, it’s now possible. If you’re one of the many few who have asked how to watch me on the telly from outside Australia then I finally have the answer for you. Hola Unblocker You can either go to the website and work it out there or, alternatively (and my preferred option) use one […]
A longer interview got hacked in the editing room but I ended up pointing to Jesus’ words in John 10:10. Oh, and telling Dicko he was missing out on life. Not a bad night’s work. Australian viewers can watch here (starts around the 27 minute mark – just sit through the adverts).
This piece came out in Tuesday’s Campbelltown Macarthur Advertiser Minister may stir pot breaking cycle as TV guest host Reverend David Ould (pictured) may have had more than luck on his side when he entered a competition to be a guest host on The Project on TV. Tonight, Mr Ould, who is the minister at […]
For those of you interested, here’s the relevant websites. Channel 10 The Project I don’t think either live-streams but I know there will be a copy of the video on The Project site later. 6:30pm AEST tonight.
Three weeks after coming and taking the photo (which, I’m told, is pretty much par for the course) we’re in the Macarthur Chronicle! I never used the word “aesthetic” but I did feed them the opening line almost word for word 😉