Talk with Q&A at Trondheim University's 'Skeptics Week', 6th March 2018.
Talk on the what, why and how of apologetics at the 'Input' student meeting (https://input-trh.no/2018/03/01/input-7-3-apologetikk/) at Trondheim Frikirke (Free Church) - https://www.facebook.com/trondheimfrikirke/, 6th March 2018.
Who was the historical Jesus? Seminar on ‘Understanding Jesus: Five Ways to Spiritual Enlightenment’ (Paternoster, 2011)
Seminar on the historical Jesus based on my book Understanding Jesus (Paternoster, 2011), with Bjorn Hinderaker (opening comments) and student Lars Magnus, from Gimlekollen, NLA University College, Norway, January 4th 2018.
A better recording of John Rutter's 'What sweeter music', as sung by Southampton University Chamber Choir and additional volunteers at the 'Desert Island Discs with Paul Mealor' event at Highfield Church Southampton, 29th October 2017. The choir was conducted by George Richford and the organ was played by Merrielle Billington.
A better recording of Orlando Gibbons' 'See, see the word incarnate', as sung by Southampton University Chamber Choir and additional volunteers at the 'Desert Island Discs with Paul Mealor' event at Highfield Church, Sunday 29th October 2017. The choir was conducted by George Richford and the organ was played by Merrielle Billington.
My 'Desert Island Discs' style interview with Christian composer Paul Mealor, which took place at Highfield Church Southampton on the evening of Sunday Ocober 29th 2017.
This recording includes two pieces of music (by Orlando Gibbons and John Rutter) sung by Southampton University Chamber Choir and volunteers from Highfield Church and the local community. Apologies for some distortion on these recordings, made with my mp3 recorder. The other musical extracts played from youtube clips during the evening have been edited out for copyright reasons. Here's a list of all the music played during the interview:
Where ever I am (Militrary Wives Choir, composed by Paul Mealor) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hR6O7VxKaQ)
Paul Mealor: Love’s as Warm as Tears (https://youtu.be/MvGNx5Vl9DE)
Art Garfunkel: Bright Eyes (https://youtu.be/cGyQmH9NZcw)
Orlando Gibbons: See, See, the Word is Incarnate (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa9fFWMFJw0)
John Rutter: What Sweeter Music (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sCxg8iqsQY)
Frederic Chopin: Nocturne in C# Minor (https://youtu.be/OvoObzPGXZ0)
Paul Mealor: Ubi caritas (https://youtu.be/KQE4ryqdvMg)