Podcasts by Seen & Unseen

Seen & Unseen hosts two podcast series: Re-enchanting and Seen & Unseen Aloud. Find out more about them and how to listen.

The Re-enchanting podcast

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The Re-enchanting podcast sees hosts, Justin Brierley and Belle Tindall, talk with guests about how Christianity can re-enchant culture, politics, the arts, the sciences, history, and so much more.

Despite the increasingly scientific and secular age we live in, many people are still searching for a bigger story to live by. The podcast will feature a mix of guests - both with and without faith - and explore how those who have tired of modern materialism are the ones seeking to 're-enchant' the world. This podcast is about tracing their journey and work.

Series one featured: Cishal Mangalwadi, Katherine Birbalsingh, Paul Kingsnorth, Marilynne Robinson,  Michael Hastings, Louise Perry, Ton Holland , Jennifer Wiseman, Francis Spufford and Graham Tomlin.

Series two featured: Easau McCaulley, Kate Bowler, Ros Picard, Suzannah Lipscomb, Glen Scrivener, Chine McDonald, Esme Partridge and Yaroslav Walker, Molly Worthen and Frank Skinner

Series three featured: Milton Jones, David Bennett, Sabina Alkire, Martin Shaw, Helen Lewis and Rory Stewart

Hosted by Belle Tindall and Justin Brierley, it's recorded for Seen & Unseen at Lambeth Palace Library, home of the Centre for Cultural Witness.

Seen & Unseen Aloud podcast

Listen to a curated selection of the editor's top picks which caught our interest this week. We also release themed boxsets from time to time.
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Here at Seen & Unseen Aloud, we’re gearing up to celebrating our first birthday – it doesn’t seem quite possible but we’ve been going for a whole year, every week. And we are so grateful that so many of you have joined us for the ride.

To thank you for your support, we want to invite requests for our anniversary episode. If there’s an article you have particularly enjoyed and would like to hear again, please let us know and we’ll put together a compilation of the most popular.

If you’d like to get involved with this, please submit your request. And we’d love to know more about where everyone is and what you’re doing while you’re listening to us – maybe you’re doing the washing up or going for a walk. Requests need to be in by Tuesday 12th March.

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For now, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, get ready to listen, to discover the seen and unseen.