News of an eco-doc that's aiming to change the political weather around climate change, from documentary filmmaker Will Fraser. Over the last few years I've been baffled by the resistance of American Christians to the idea of doing anything to protect the environment from destruction. On further...

News about a thought-provoking national resource from Chine Mbubegbu, Director of Communications at the Evangelical Alliance. Let’s face it. Walking into a church when you have no idea what’s going on, what the point of it is or whether you’re even allowed to be there would be...

Reporter David Wilkins on the role of radio in the Burundi conflict. It’s 1994, and a radio broadcast is about to shake the world.  The presidents of Rwanda and Burundi, two little known countries in West Africa, have been killed as their plane was shot down...

An insight into how radio and healthcare are working together in Nepal, from Reach Beyond's Bruce Gulland. Earlier this week I wrote a blog post about radio training, mentioning the Nepal earthquake. In that I talked about how radio can be a valuable aid when disasters strike. This...

Broadcaster and Church & Media Network trustee Andy Walton brings news of our Day of Prayer for the Media We all know the cliché – journalists vie with estate agents, politicians and parking attendants for the accolade of ‘least popular profession.’ Journalists, and many others who work...

themedianet coordinator Paul Arnold previews the film, and hears from its author. TV writer Tony Jordan, perhaps best known as creator of Hustle and co-creator of Life on Mars, first tackled a biblical subject back in 2010. Nativity was such a success for the BBC that...

BBC Studio Director Jake Lloyd shares a personal perspective on Fry's well-publicised Irish TV exchange. In his interview this week with Gay Byrne of RTE, Stephen Fry raised an age-old theological problem: how is it possible to reconcile the existence of an all-powerful all-loving God, with the...