To understand the financial crisis properly – I’d recommend watching this programme (NB: Satire is good for the humility of our financial system)
I meant to post this a while ago, and somehow slipped off the list. Anyway, if you’re interested in simpler living and wanting fresh thoughts on checking consumerism in life/church/nation then do check out Breathe. My friend Mark Powley is always thought provoking in his
Heads up about a programme airing on BBC1 tomorrow. Flagship news show Panorama has Bill Bryson and Notes on a Dirty Island which shows up our litter problem! Well worth watching, I suspect
Just been browsing around a few sites and discovered that Operation Noah have put the God is Green documentary by Mark Dowd on their site, first shown on Channel 4. It’s well worth watching. I first blogged on this when it was shown on TV.
Some friends and I in Breathe are supporting a US campaign to turn off the TV if only for a week. TV while occasionally enjoyable more often than not can suck creativity and imagination right out from your brain. Instead we live life and experience
It’s not often in the UK that you get intelligent documentaries that combine faith and the environment. Last nights’ ‘God is Green’ on Channel 4 was the first that I can remember. You might even be able to watch it here (although you’ll need to