Tony Miles

DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE MEDIA – #Pray4Media

On Sunday 17th May people across the country will pray for the media. The initiative is a project of the Church and Media Network – which aims to build bridges between the media and the Christian community. This year we are especially focused on praying for media professionals working in dangerous circumstances in the Middle […]

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Pause For Thought: Meet The Contributors

Meet me, Abdul-Rehman Malik, Val Ogden, Pam Rhodes and Debbie Young-Somers, as we talk about Radio 2’s 5.45am Pause For Thought : Click here: (Pause For Thought: Meet The Contributors)  

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The Archbishops In-Tray with Roger Bolton and Guests on Premier Radio

The Bishop of Durham – announced last week as the next Archbishop of Canterbury – will have a lot on his plate and a great deal of expectation on his shoulders when he takes the reigns from Rowan Williams in December. But what can Justin Welby expect to be his first major issues to tackle? […]

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The Best of Memories

If you need a Media Chaplain in Brazil, I’m up for it! Take a look at these highlights. 

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Tony on Premier Christian Radio

Waking you up on a Saturday morning with reflections and music chosen by listeners; a little oasis from 6.00am – 8.00am. There’s Bible study with Dr Derek Stringer and Canon Michael Cole in the first hour from 6.00am; then it’s Tony Miles’ popular SQT request hour from 7.00am. For more details: www.premierchristianradio.com Contact the show: 08450 […]

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Thanks to LOCOG & McDonald…

Thanks to LOCOG & McDonalds we have cheap tickets to see Jersey Boys tonight. Looking forward to a good sing! Have put tight trousers on!

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Okay – so it’s out in the open…

Okay – so it’s out in the open. Enjoying wonderful meal with family. http://t.co/vPplSjNF

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Fairtrade explained in 2 mins

Clip from FairTradeUSA  

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The world we are living in

The ‘Social Networking Revolution 2’ presentation on You Tube has been refreshed. Have you seen it yet?

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The Nativity – starts on BBC 1 at 7pm Monday

When will the programmes be broadcast? The Nativity will be broadcast on BBC1 in four episodes of 30 minutes each. The first one will be on Monday 20th December at 7pm. Then it will be at the same time on the following three nights, ending on Thursday 23rd December at 7pm. This is the slot […]

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Right to Believe: Open Doors Delegation at UN Headquarters New York

Open Doors Global Petition is presented at the United Nations: 428,856 people from over 70 countries urge the UN to vote YES to Religious Liberty and NO to the Defamation of Religions Resolution.

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Shoebox World brings joy!

Welcome to Shoebox World… where you create your own gift-filled shoebox online and we send it out to a child in need. No shopping trips, wrapping paper or hours of time required – just a personalised gift sent by you to a child who needs it most. It’s a great way to give this Christmas. […]

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Church and Media Conference 2010

News from The Church and Media Network (of which I am a trustee): What will you find at this year’s CHURCH AND MEDIA CONFERENCE? Well, for a start there are some really significant names to lead our thinking. Distinguished journalist and broadcaster Roger Bolton will give a keynote “state of the industry” address and globe-trotting campaigner Tony Campolo […]

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Jerusalem Awards

There are two categories in the current series of Jerusalem Awards which are undersubscribed – and that means that your chance of winning is much higher! “Internet TV” and “Made-for-Mobile” are critically important and there are many examples worldwide of creative Christian involvement. Why not tell Jerusalem Prosductions about what you are doing and inspire […]

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Soul II Soul

Soul II Soul  Tuesday 02 December 1:30pm – 2:00pm BBC Radio 4 (Repeated Saturday 6th Decemeber 3.30pm Radio 4) Trevor Nelson tells the story of the influential band Soul II Soul, which is celebrating its twentieth anniversary of signing to Virgin records this year. With its origins in the social unrest of 1980s Thatcherite Britain, the band grew […]

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