fascinating article in today’s smh by Bridget McManus, “SBS’ Living with the Enemy v Nine’s Big Brother: who needs enemies?” exploring where Living with the Enemy fits into the “reality TV” spectrum, In an ironic twist of parallel programming, the reality show that started it all returns to our screens just as a local documentary series […]
Spoke this morning to Eternity newspaper about Living with the Enemy. Presumably ‘changing views’ isn’t why you signed up to this – particularly at least not to change your own view. What did you want the ‘other side’, as the documentary portrays it, to hear from you? I’m not sure that I wanted them to […]
Today, SBS begain their media promotion of the upcoming Living with the Enemy show that I filmed in January. News Limited got first bite of the cherry with the online news site news.com.au running an article entitled “Living with The Enemy on SBS puts gay couple, priest under same roof” (originally titled “Living with […]
A short stint of me talking about the recent General Synod in Australia begins at 10:54.
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).
I talk all things Grafton and GAFCON (and Golbourn) with Kevin. Direct link to my segment. Enjoy please note I’ve made one error in the broadcast. Dr Macneil was first Archdeacon in Canberra (appointed before Stuart Robinson was made bishop), then moved to be Dean of Adelaide and subsequently returned to Canberra where she […]
Jack Iker is the bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth, a famously Anglo-Catholic diocese. He was good enough to sit down with me today to discuss GAFCON, Anglo-Catholicism and a whole bunch of other stuff. http://davidould.net/media/Iker_GAFCON.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
This morning I stopped to chat with John W Yates III of Holy Trinity Church in Raleigh, N.C.. John was a former study assistant to John Stott and we talked about Uncle John’s influence on North American Anglicans. http://davidould.net/media/Yates_Stott_GAFCON.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS