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Seen & Unseen Aloud: Easter

The big questions of our experience. Is temperance vital? What's more real than raw politics? And, are we loved and missed?

Nick is the senior editor of Seen & Unseen.

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In this episode, to mark Easter Week, we are thinking about some of the biggest questions of the human experience: Barnabas Aspray explores the unfashionable but possibly vital virtue of temperance; Owen Gallacher asks whether Putin's reality is the most "real" reality or whether the events of Easter may point to something even more real and Nathan Betts reminds us that in our darkest moments, we are loved and missed by Someone.

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Seen & Unseen Aloud: new episode

The spiritual Scorsese, Beyoncé's country fight, and sharing discomfort.

Natalie produces and narrates The Seen & Unseen Aloud podcast. She's an Anglican minister and a trained actor.

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In this week's episode, we are taken on a guided spiritual tour of Martin Scorsese's movies by Sonny Tindall; Krish Kandiah commends Beyoncé's country fight and Katherine Amphlett finds comfort in sharing her discomfort with others.