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Actor/writer/singer Seth MacFarlane and composer/producer Joel McNeely talk about their album Holiday for Swing! MacFarlane’s first-ever Christmas album follows his critically acclaimed 2011 debut album Music is Better Than Words—also produced by McNeely—and features a mix of timeless classics and little-known gems. Holiday For Swing! is available on iTunes.
 
All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey... and we’re back for the second series of Somewhere To Believe In, a podcast by the people who bring you Greenbelt Festival. Each week we’ll meet brilliant guests and chat to them about their life and work. We want to bring you timely, provocative and funny dollops of hopefulness, to keep us all going in these strange times. This time around we’re celebrating artists that we love and we know you’ll love them too. We’ll also be digging into our lo ...
 
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Join Chris & Kris as they chat and play some games with Kim from the Planning for Christmas Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! *Bear with us with the ad. We'll fill you in on it next week ✌️😁 Christmas Time in the City Podcast Merch Christmas Time in the City YouTube Channel --- This episode is spons…
 
This episode of Greenbelt’s ‘Somewhere To Believe In’ podcast takes a different form. It’s a one-off. It knits together 45-minutes of reflection, conversation, music and prayer in the form of a listen-and-share service to mark the festival’s 2021 August Bank Holiday weekend incarnation (its 48th) – when only a fraction of the wider Greenbelt commun…
 
After an unexpected month-long break, Chris & Kris are back! In the News, they talk about a gigantic concert coming soon to Central Park plus an announcement about merch! In Listener Mail, they talk about the do's and don'ts of Times Square and how New York City handles snow. Until next time, stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City…
 
It’s the final episode in series three of our podcast *cries*, and some might say we’ve saved the best ‘til last. We get to it with festival friend and everyone's favourite Lutheran minister, Nadia Bolz-Weber. With her usual candour, humour and joy Nadia talks about her experiences growing up within a very particular, conservative Christian traditi…
 
This week – in what may be the best recommendation we’ve ever had – we’re talking to theologian, former American footballer, and probably Rowan Williams' biggest fanboy, Danté Stewart. With fire in his belly, Danté “takes us to church”, telling us the story of his own faith journey; from his childhood spent learning of Black revolutionary power, to…
 
Get your best philosophical hats out for this episode because we’re doing a deep dive into the not-so-holy-trinity of dinner table topics – religion, politics and belief – with Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of Humanists UK. Andrew gives us the 411 on what it means to be a Humanist. And we wrestle with some meaty questions, like: Where does moralit…
 
We’re feeling humbled and full of love this week as we chat to artist, speaker, writer and priest, Mpho Tutu van Furth. Mpho tells us about her experiences living under apartheid as a young girl and the freedom and justice that so many South Africans, including her family, fought for. We also hear about Mpho’s journey into priesthood and how she re…
 
Join Chris & Kris as they chat and play some games with Sean from the Christmas Podcasts Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City YouTube Channel Christmas Time in the City Merch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
This week we bask in the warmth of Rabbi Herschel Gluck – an incredible Orthodox Jewish leader – whose entire life seems to be one big act of love. Aside from being in awe of Rabbi Gluck’s gentle soul and kind nature, we talk about his life-long dedication to his community, his outlook on the good that could come from the pandemic and his belief th…
 
This week on the podcast it’s our absolute privilege to chat with Yvonne Ridley, a journalist and activist who has one of the most fascinating life stories we think you’ll ever hear. Plus, her very enthusiastic peacocks have their say, too. We talk about Yvonne’s experience as a prisoner of the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, the promise she made t…
 
The second conversation in our ‘Keeping the faith’ series is with Sister Teresa Forcades who – with good reason – has been dubbed ‘Europe’s most radical nun’. Sister Teresa joins us from her Monastery on the mountain of Montserrat, near Barcelona in Catalonia, where she lives with thirty Catholic Benedictine sisters. We discuss her open criticism o…
 
Welcome back to Somewhere To Believe In! We’re calling this series ‘Keeping the faith’ because this time around we’re having no-holds-barred conversations with people who get stuck in BECAUSE of what they believe. Arguably, no one has done more to keep the faith than our first guest; former superintendent in the Met police, man-on-a-mission to chan…
 
In this very special Saturday Night Live themed episode of How YOU doin'?, Chris & Kris are joined by Christmas podcast fan and avid coffee enthusiast, Michael Christelman for some special SNL games and trivia. This one is a must listen! Stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City Merch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The ea…
 
Join Chris & Kris as they chat and play some games with Ron Hogan from the Film Strip Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City Merch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Join Chris & Kris as they listen to a few of the new celebrity MTA announcements currently being played on subway platforms throughout the city. Some of the celebrities include Jerry Seinfeld, Whoopi Goldberg, Debi Mazar and many more. In the news, Kris talks about the newest addition to Times Square, (Hint: Don't blow out your flip flops or you mi…
 
Join Chris & Kris as they chat with Manny from Feliz Christmas Merry Navidad Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay tuned until the end to find out how you can be a part of a future episode. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Happy New Year! In their first episode of 2021, Chris & Kris catch everyone up on their New Years Eve celebrations and how things are going so far this year. In the news, Kris talks about a few things to look forward to in New York City this year including a new train station and the MTA's plan to do away with metrocards. In Listener Mail, Chris ta…
 
In their last full length episode before Christmas, Chris & Kris talk about a recent trip to Central Park to see the freshly fallen snow. In the News, Chris plays a clip of Jon Bon Jovi's Fairytale flop. Kris talks about the plans for the New Year's Eve Times Square Ball Drop and an exclusive overnight AirBnB experience in the middle of Times Squar…
 
In our final episode in this series, we talk to Palestinian spoken word artist, human rights activist and our new favourite politics teacher, Rafeef Ziadah. We dig into poetry, art, trauma, displacement, equality and justice as Rafeef shares her experiences of being a third-generation Palestinian refugee, exiled from her home and now living in Lond…
 
As we inch closer and closer to the big day, Chris & Kris are back to fill you in on their weekend. They talk about the first snowfall of the season in New York City and how they reluctantly almost ended up owning a Nespresso coffee maker. In the News, Kristin talks about a virtual dance class, Piers Morgan, and a special one of a kind, one time on…
 
This week we connect with Canadian singer-songwriter and theatre-maker Ben Caplan. Ben joins us from the car park of a Canadian fast-food giant called Tim Hortons, en route to play a socially distanced gig as part of the Small Halls Festival in Ottawa. We get all the deets about life and lockdown in Canada. Ben has praise for his government’s respo…
 
December is in full swing and we couldn't be happier. Chris & Kris recap their visit to Midtown Manhattan to check out the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, the Saks 5th Ave Holiday light display, and Central Park. Chris announces the addition of livestreams to the podcast's YouTube channel. In the news, Kris announces the cancellation of the Cone…
 
On the podcast this week Katherine and Paul welcome Mimi and Lucy from “queer, feminist, punk-witch band” Dream Nails. We discuss what it means to be punk – in the cliched sense but also in the Dream Nails sense, which includes: writing badass music, creating safe gig spaces where everyone can dance without fear, shouting ‘women and non-binary peop…
 
Happy December from Christmas Time in the City Headquarters! In this episode, Chris & Kris chat about cutting down their own Christmas tree. In the News, Kris talks about Macy's Holiday Window Display and how it's honoring essential workers and first responders. In Listener Mail, they talk about what it is to be jaded. Stay tuned until the end for …
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year! It's time for Christmas TV specials. Chris & Kris recap the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. In the news, Kris talks about the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting special and the new telecast of the famous Radio City's Christmas Spectacular featuring the Rockettes. In Listener Mail, Chris talks about the backla…
 
This week we’re talking to “jack of all trades, master of ceremonies” Testament: hip-hop MC, writer, theatre-maker and world-record-breaking human beatboxer. Listen in as Testament discusses his cultural upbringing, including his love of De La Soul as well as the Pet Shop Boys, along with his theory why Glee is not only prophetic, but “the real hip…
 
It has arrived! The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is here! Chris & Kris talk about social media's reaction to the 75 ft Norway Spruce. They suggest some fun Christmas destinations close to the city. Chris chats with author Chris Livingstone about his book, Santa Inc, which is available on Amazon now.LinksCJ LivingstoneNetfliXmasMerry Britsmas--…
 
This week’s podcast episode is a very important one, so let’s get straight to it. Katherine and Paul speak to writer, human rights campaigner, political refugee, theatre-maker and ‘public enemy’ to Alexander Lukashenko’s regime in Belarus, Natalia Kaliada. Natalia is a founding Co-Artistic Director of Belarus Free Theatre, a collective of artists w…
 
Who doesn't love a parade?! In this episode, Chris & Kris talk about the 2020 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. They run through all the balloons flying and break down how social distancing will affect the parade this year. In Listener Mail, they talk about how to duplicate a New York City Christmas if you can't make it there this year. Be sure to su…
 
In the third episode of our second podcast series, Katherine and Paul welcome Bristol-based poet, theatre-maker and powerful storyteller, Muneera Pilgrim. We hear about Muneera’s experiences growing up as a black woman in Bristol – and what it means for her to finally see the statue of you-know-who toppled. We also talk about Muneera’s unexpected f…
 
This week on the podcast we’re beyond excited to welcome the hilarious comedian and all-round lovely person, Josie Long. We hear about Josie’s unique journey into comedy, beginning aged just 14. And how she’s determined to extend the olive branch of opportunity to the next generation of young creatives. Needless to say, we talk about the current go…
 
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