Sean Stillman's podcast
The BBC Radio Wales 'All Things Considered' Interview with Sean Stillman - 30/9/12
October 31, 2012 04:00 PM PDT
Sean Stillman is interviewed by Roy Jenkins for the award winning BBC Radio Wales programme, 'All Things Considered'. Original transmission date was 30/9/12. Produced by Lisa Hawkins.
Roy Jenkins is in Swansea to meet Sean Stillman, the Harley Davidson riding preacher who is behind one of the most distinctive places of worship in Wales - ‘Zac’s Place’ which describes itself as ‘A Church for Ragamuffins’.
Religious and ethical affairs programme, tackling the thornier issues of the day in a thought-provoking manner. Also available as a free weekly podcast at http://bbc.co.uk/radio/podcasts/atc
This podcast upload by Exousia Trust (Zac's Place) has been granted permission from BBC Radio Wales and is subject to the conditions set out below.
September 17, 2010 05:18 PM PDT
Aussie John Smith is interviewed by Sean Stillman at the regular Sunday night Zac's Place gathering as it was then at 'The Office' pub in Swansea city centre.
"John Smith's message is for people who want to do more than just listen" Bono U2Sean Stillman at Tuggeranong Baptist Church, Canberra, Australia 9/11/09
November 20, 2009 08:43 AM PST
One of several dates during a two week tour in Australia. Most majored on the theme of 'misfits and mission'. This particular message focuses on Jesus encounter with Zacchaeus as recored in Luke 19 using reflections from his own life and experience at Zac's Place in Swansea, Wales.
Recorded at Tuggeranong Baptist Church, Canberra, Australia 9/11/09Sean Stillman, Interview
May 06, 2008 05:59 AM PDT
Swansea Bay Radio interview with Sean ref their Community Awards.
May 06, 2008 02:56 AM PDT
Who's Zac anyway?
Sean Stillman rants, reflects and banters on issues that are important to Zac's Place.......A Church For Ragamuffins in Swansea, Wales.
Podcasts include previously recorded TV and radio broadcasts, interviews and messages/sermons from different venues.
"The work going forward at Zac's Place is in every way innovative, courageous and important for the community in general as well as the Christian community. I have been privileged to watch the development of this initiative over several years and would want to pay the most sincere tribute to the dedication and vision of those who have been running it." Rowan Williams - Archbishop of Canterbury October 2005 .......................... "I'm so impressed with Zac's place. The work being done there is tangible, you can see it, feel it and smell it. Dirty work in some ways and the stuff that the mainstream church is either scared of doing or simply no good at. I feel at home there and have loved playing a few songs there to add to the chaos." Martyn Joseph, 2006
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