Saturday, 27 December 2014

Episode 72 - Interview with James Herring from Speak, Brother

A really honest and genuine interview with James Herring from Speak, Brother who talks about a time of depression in his life and how his faith got him through it. He tells us about relationships and whether the Christian music genre exists. He also chats about their debut single Dry Bones and the meaning behind it.



This interview was original recorded for Breakout Radio in July 2014 (the weather was very hot at the time hence the ice cream van :-) )  and just released on Breaking Out. Find out more about the band at http://speakbrother.co.uk/home.


Thursday, 18 December 2014

Episode 71- Abby Scott talks about 1914 The Carol Of Christmas

Abby Scott talks about the song 1914 - The Carol of Christmas sung by Military Voices and Abby Scott. All profits will go to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and the ABF The Soldier's Charity. These charities have assisted veterans throughout the last century.


To buy the download of the song visit iTunes, Amazon or Google Play. You can watch the music video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JzYnmYQFtA



Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Episode 70 - Interview with Bekah Legg from Compassion UK


We talk with Bekah Legg about the work of Compassion UK and because it's that time of the year Bekah shares her thoughts about Christmas. With her favourite Bible verse and testimony we hope you enjoy this podcast. 










If you would like to know more about Compassion UK or sponsor a child please visit http://www.compassionuk.org/ or call 01932836490. To find out more about Typhoon Hagupit Appeal for the Philippines discussed in this interview please visit Compassion UK's website.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Episode 69: Lyn's path to recovery; her story

She arrives with her life in 6 bin bags. Listen to Lyn's story of when she experienced Jesus' love.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Episode 68: An interview with Brian Heasley from 24-7 Prayer UK

Brian Heasley National Director of 24-7 Prayer UK talks about the movement, faith, prayer and shares his testimony. We discuss his thoughts about prayer rhythms in our lives and why we don't get together as much to pray. Basically it's all about prayer!





Monday, 27 October 2014

Episode 67: Comedian Paul Kerensa

Paul Kerensa comedian and writer talks about comedy and his faith. Paul writes for programmes like Miranda and Not Going Out, tells us what makes a joke funny and about his support for Christmas Starts With Christ campaign. To find out what Paul is doing at the moment visit http://www.paulkerensa.com/. Enjoy.



Sunday, 21 September 2014

Episode 66: An interview with Daughters of Davis from Sedgefield Racecourse

We have a chat with Adrienne and Fern from Daughters of Davis before their gig at Sedgefield Racecourse on Saturday 21 September 2014. We talk about Jelly Babies, driving tests, their new album and God. Hope you enjoy. Visit their website at http://www.daughtersofdavis.com/

We are giving away a signed copy of their CD British Soul take part by visiting out Facebook page www.facebook.com/BreakoutRadio. Competition closes 9pm, Sunday the 5th October 2014 (UK time).

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Episode 65: We have a good chat with Matt from The Vine

Matt 17 year old member of the band The Vine talks about his walk with Jesus, young people's ministry and music. The bands album 'Horizon' is available for download from iTunes or Amazon.


Monday, 18 August 2014

Episode 64 : Interview with Helen Sanderson-White

We hope you enjoy this interview with Helen Sanderson-White talking about music, faith and her up and coming tour. To findout more about Helen visit http://helensandersonwhite.com/.


Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Episode 63: Should children go hungry during school holidays?

In this episode Steph Walker from the charity 'Make Lunch' talks about a project helping children who would have received free school meals during term-time, but are unable to during school holidays. They are really making a difference, hope you get chance to listen :-).

To findout more visit www.makelunch.org.uk





Sunday, 20 July 2014

Episode 62: an Interview with Worship Leader and Bible Tweeter Chris Juby

Chris talks about his projects @BibleSummary and @BibleIntro, his testimony about faith and the EP- Songs of Everlasting Hope. During the interview he shares his passion about encouraging people to engage with the Bible. To findout more about Chris Juby visit at http://www.chrisjuby.co.uk/

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Episode 61: An interview with Comedian Tony Vino about faith and comedy

A funny and inspiring interview with Comedian Tony Vino. We get scientific about what makes a good joke, talk about comedy, plumbers, Hull and faith. We hope you enjoy. Visit www.tonyvino.co.uk to see what he is doing. :-)


Sunday, 6 July 2014

Episode 60: An interview with Singer and Songwriter Amie Aitken

Amie talks about music and faith as well as fostering and adoption. To find out more about Amie Aitken visit http://www.amieaitken.com/.

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Episode 59: An interview with Daughters of Davis

Fern and Adrienne from Daughters of Davis talk about faith, music, camper vans and food! Hope you enjoy :-)

 

Sunday, 15 June 2014

Episode 58: An interview with The Gentlemen

We talk with Joel and Josh from The Gentlemen about faith, music and being scared! You can findout more about The Gentlemen at http://www.the-gentlemen.co.uk/

Monday, 9 June 2014

Episode 57: An interview with Philippa Hanna Singer, Muscian and Songwriter

We talked to Philippa Hanna about life, being an Advocate for Compassion, music and her Christian faith.  We hope you enjoy. Findout more about Philippa at http://www.philippahanna.com/






Saturday, 31 May 2014

Episode 56: Community Chat Neil Bradbury Chief Executive at The Citizens Advice, County Durham


In this episode Max talks to Neil from County Durham Citizen Advice about poverty, benefits, payday loan lenders, loan sharks and other issues affecting County Durham.









Monday, 26 May 2014

Episode 55: Chris Parker returns from Iceland for a bit

Over 2 years ago we interviewed Chris Parker in The Well in West Auckland before he went on a mission to Iceland. Well, Chris came back to the UK for bit and stopped off at The Well again. We find out about his experiences in Iceland, life as a missionary, fellowship, church and more. There are plenty of challenging and insightful thoughts, as well as a few giggles as Chris shares his experiences. Chris Parker's sending church is at http://www.cccevenwood.org/
related podcast Breaking Out 4 includes a testimony by Gram Seed and we talk with Pastor Chris Parker about Iceland

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Episode 54: Relationships by Diana Burgess

This was broadcast on the programme The Upper Room via Breakout Radio on the 1 May 2014. Hope you enjoy.



Saturday, 12 April 2014

Episode 53 - Community by Sian Lawton

This message was first broadcast during 'The Upper Room' 3 April 2014.







Monday, 24 March 2014

Episode 52 - Night Light project, Guisborough



In an interview originally recorded in November last year, Tim Woolley speaks with Dai Bickham about the work of new a project in the market town of Guisborough known as ‘Night Light’.   To find out more about this and other projects run under the Guisborough Bridge charity umbrella, visit http://www.guisborough-bridge.org.uk/



Episode 51 - Food Poverty Investigated.

In this Community Chat special, Tim Woolley examines the work of two food banks currently operating the North East.  One is an independent food bank in the market town of Guisborough, the other is a Trussel Trust foodbank network operating across County Durham.  The program considers some of the issues surrounding the current significant levels of food poverty, and looks at how this need is being met by the work of food banks such as these.



Sunday, 2 March 2014

Episode 50, an interview with Dr Bex Lewis about Raising Children In A Digital Age



We interview Dr Bex Lewis about her book Raising Children In a Digital Age. During the interview Bex gives advice to parents about supporting children to use the internet safely. You can find out more about Bex and her book by visiting http://digital-fingerprint.co.uk/.




Monday, 3 February 2014

Episode 49- An interview with Kyle from Sow and Tether

Sow and Tether

Kyle from Sow and Tether was interviewed for Breakout Radio. He talks about the band and their new EP Stripes Speak Out which is available from the 27 February 2014. Kyle speaks frankly about his faith and the relationship he has with Jesus.





Monday, 13 January 2014

Episode 48: Alwyn White from Life Line Community Action based in Newton Aycliffe

Max Moore interviews Alwyn from Life Line Community Action who talks about Helping Hands, changes in the benefits system and poverty.

 

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Episode 47 - Community Chat with Mark Taylor

From homeless drug addict to a volunteer a the local foodbank in Guisborough.  In this interview Tim Woolley chats with Mark Taylor, who tells a little about how with God's help, his life has changed so dramatically in recent years.


Thursday, 2 January 2014

Episode 46 - Community Chat with Singer/Songwriter Charlotte Johnson

In this special edition of Community Chat, Tim Woolley talks to Charlotte Johnson, a young singer/songwriter from Guisborough.  Charlotte discusses her life and Christian faith as well as her music and songwriting.  We also get a chance to hear a number of tracks selected from her album 'Born to Worship'.  

Breakout Radio chats with musician Charlotte Johnson