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Seen & Unseen Aloud: new episode

Listen now. A deep dive into doubt, inspired by Prince William, and a sensory journey through Lent and Easter.

Nick is the senior editor of Seen & Unseen.

A young man wearing a dark suit talks to a minister wearing regalia.
Prince William talks with the Dean of Westminster Abbey, 2019.
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As we gear up to celebrate the first anniversary of Seen & Unseen Aloud, to thank our listeners for their support, we invite requests for a special compilation episode. Submit request using this form

Meanwhile, this week, we have an in depth dive into the realities of doubt, inspired by Prince William and explored by Bishop Graham Tomlin, the Editor in Chief of Seen & Unseen; followed by a sensory explanation of the Christian journey through Lent by Lianne Howard-Dace/

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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.

A persons stands, holding a net curtain aside to gaze out.
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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.