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Staying with the Trouble

Staying with the Trouble

By William Temple Foundation
Staying with the Trouble - a series of podcasts from the William Temple Foundation. Conversations about the troubles facing society and the insights public theology can bring to them. Hosted by Tim Howles and produced by Rosie Dawson, both Associate Research Fellows at the Foundation.
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Kathryn Fitzsimons, Staying with the Trouble 3.0

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Kathryn Fitzsimons, Staying with the Trouble 3.0
Canon Kathryn Fitzsimons, Anglican priest of two parishes in highly contrasting areas of Leeds, reflects on some of the costs to challenging poverty and inequality in the city, and engaging with power structures to bring meaningful change.
36:29
July 19, 2022
Jamie Jones Buchanan, Staying With the Trouble 3.0
Jamie Jones Buchanan, interim Head Coach of Leeds Rhinos Rugby League club, reflects on how sport can transform lives and outlooks for those facing their troubles, and the vital role of local sports clubs as beacons of hope and inclusivity.
31:16
July 12, 2022
Carol Tomlin, Staying With the Trouble 3.0
Rev Dr Carol Tomlin reflects on her Leeds childhood as part of the Windrush generation, and how her role as both an academic educator and a Pentecostal minister allows her to address racial injustice across society, academia and the church.
30:20
July 05, 2022
Simon Phillips, Staying with the Trouble 3.0
Simon Phillips discusses his work as an interfaith leader and community engagement officer with Leeds Jewish Housing Association as both the Jewish community and wider city seek to develop compassion in the context of racial and economic injustice.
29:15
June 27, 2022
Mary Brennan, Staying with the Trouble 3.0
Mary Brennan talks about her work as a Leeds Poverty Truth Commissioner and the impacts poverty has on peoples' lives and wellbeing in her local neighbourhood of Cross Green.
31:00
June 16, 2022
Tom Riordan, Staying with the Trouble 3.0
Tom Riordan, Chief Executive of Leeds City Council discusses how his childhood experiences have shaped his values and leadership approach in the face of the challenges and opportunities facing Leeds and the North of England.
40:12
June 07, 2022
Andrew Grinnell (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
Andrew Grinnell, co-director of the Poverty Truth Commission Network, describes the gifts and the wounds he has encountered whilst living alongside those experiencing poverty.
36:38
June 08, 2021
Mark Tan (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
Mark Tan, intensive care doctor in Manchester, explains how understanding medicine as an act of faith helps deal with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. (Apologies for the poor sound quality on parts of this recording.)
26:31
June 01, 2021
Anderson Jeremiah (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
Anderson Jeremiah discusses how being a Dalit has shaped his theology, and his work on the Archbishops' anti-racism taskforce.
33:35
May 25, 2021
Maria Power (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
Maria Power describes her own experience of The Troubles in Northern Ireland and explains how it has had an important influence on her academic work on peacebuilding.
34:05
May 18, 2021
Andrew Graystone (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
The writer and theologian Andrew Graystone reflects on his work of accompanying those who have survived sexual abuse within the church.
37:52
May 11, 2021
Katharine Hayhoe (Staying with the Trouble 2.0)
Atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe recounts some of the troubles she has faced when talking about climate change with evangelical Christians and political conservatives.
32:30
May 04, 2021
Anna Rowlands (Staying with the Trouble)
Anna Rowlands is St Hilda Associate Professor of Catholic Social Thought and Practice at Durham University and author of the report “For  Our Welfare and Not for our harm” for the Jesuit Refugee Service. Here, she indicates troubles associated with forced migration and asylum-seeking.
32:28
November 17, 2020
Irene Tuffrey-Wijne (Staying with the Trouble)
Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, Professor of Intellectual Disability and Palliative Care at Kingston University and a longstanding member of the L’Arche community, reflects on troubles of trust, grief and COVID-19.
29:33
November 10, 2020
Azariah France-Williams (Staying with the Trouble)
Azariah France-Williams, an Anglican priest working for the ecumenical HeartEdge initiative in Manchester, explores the trouble of institutional racism and the Church of England. His book Ghost Ship was published earlier this year.
31:01
November 03, 2020
Tobias Cremer (Staying with the Trouble)
Tobias Cremer discusses the troubling relationship between religion and the new wave of national populist movements.
30:46
October 27, 2020
Hannah Malcolm (Staying with the Trouble)
Hannah Malcolm explains the trouble of climate grief and how she wrestles with ecological collapse as an eco-theologian and activist. Her new book Words for a Dying World is out later this year.
29:36
October 20, 2020
Jarel Robinson-Brown (Staying with the Trouble)
Jarel Robinson-Brown describes the troubles he’s faced as an academic researching the African origins of Christianity and as a Christian member of the LGBTQ community.
30:35
October 13, 2020
Trailer (Staying with the Trouble)
Staying with the Trouble is a new podcast series from the William Temple Foundation. The podcast is hosted by Tim Howles and produced by Rosie Dawson, both Associate Research Fellows at the Foundation.
01:58
October 06, 2020