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The Skinny with Mike and Adam

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The Skinny with Mike and Adam

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The Skinny with Mike and Adam is a music-centric podcast which takes a look at the latest news, releases, and reviews from today's music scene and beyond. Stay subscribed for track-by-track album reviews, countdowns, music news, hilarious commentary from co-hosts, Mike and Adam, and much more! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theskinnywithmikeandadam/support
 
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The Bible Bash Podcast

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The Bible Bash Podcast

Liam Hooper Ministries Beyond Welcome

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Ever wonder what happens when a trans Jewish theological activist and a cisgender Baptist hunger activist walk into a Bible Bashing podcast and talk about Biblical stories? Listen in each month as host, Liam Michael Hooper - a justice-seeking gender theorist, trans educator-advocate, and author - meets with (new) co-host, Don Durham - a hermit-ish farmer, podcaster, and transitional coach - share their thoughts about Biblical stories. After discussing a given text, Liam or Don will share a n ...
 
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Stories of change

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Stories of change

Frontline

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Frontline is a charity developing and building a movement of people who are bringing about social change to better the life chances of vulnerable children and families. We’ll be chatting to amazing people and brilliant organisations who share our goal to make a real difference to the lives of those who need it most. You’ll hear their stories, lessons learnt and, we hope, join the conversation as we take action for children and families.
 
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We've reached the end of 2021! What better way to celebrate than by reflecting on all of the music and albums that we've listened to, reviewed, and celebrated over the past year! In our part one of our three-part series, we share and discuss our Honorable Mentions - the albums that just missed our Top 10 list this year. These are our albums that la…
 
Kelly Gittens is an experienced social worker and Frontline fellow who is passionate about working with and encouraging more men into the profession. As a social work academic, his research has an emphasis on fathers and domestic violence, and he often uses film as a medium to tell stories that bring about positive systemic change in the sector. Ke…
 
Diving into Genesis stories again, in this episode, Liam offers us a different view of the so-called Fall story found in Genesis 3. Reading the encounter between Eve and the serpent in a new way, and drawing on Rashi and his commentary on the story, Liam invites us to see the story as a trauma story, first, and then poses the question of who really…
 
This is our last 'regular' episode of The Skinny for 2021 before our year-end celebration in December and we're taking the time to reflect on yet another strange year in our lives. Lots of ups and downs, disappointments and triumphs were sprinkled throughout and Adam and Mike share with one another and with our audience what the year-to-date was li…
 
Richard Smith is currently delivering the Future Pathways service, a targeted employability programme for young Londoners that supports them into sustained work, apprenticeships or education, which sits under Catch22’s employability division. Richard discusses how to develop meaningful and long-lasting relationships with disadvantaged young people …
 
This week’s episode was suggested to us by one of our friends over on our Discord channel, where you too are more than welcome to come on over and hang out with us and our small community in between episodes and discuss the music we love and thought-provoking topics such as this one! Music has an immense power over us that can bring us back in time…
 
This week, we review the fourth studio album from English alt-rock band, Don Broco. Earlier this year, we jumped into the band’s discography as they’ve been a band that has been generating buzz for a little while now. We ended up loving their first three albums, but now that the songwriting has gone in a slightly different direction, how does their…
 
Tommy Gale is a social worker and Frontline fellow who specialises in cases involving child exploitation and edge of care concerns. He is also the founder of InsideUni, a non-profit social enterprise that aims to provide all students with the information and support networks needed to successfully apply to top universities. The enterprise, founded …
 
In this Bible Bash episode, Don invites us into a closer look at what is going on with Judas when he rails at Mary for wasting expensive perfume on washing Jesus’ feet. In other gospel versions of the story, the woman who washes Jesus’ feet is unknown to us, but in John’s version of events, it is Mary, sister to Lazarus, who performs the intimate a…
 
This past week on October 20th marked the 15-year anniversary of the modern rock masterpiece that is The Black Parade by My Chemical Romance. This album needs no introduction as we’ve gushed about it numerous times on this show in the past and if you’re listening to this week’s episode, we’re sure that you love it just as much as we do! So, in reco…
 
Basheba Baptiste is a 25-year-old creative producer and the founder of Care to Culture - a non-for-profit that uses the creative arts to support children and young people in the social care and youth justice systems. As a care leaver herself, Basheba’s vision is to provide a safe, sustainable community and space where young people can accept their …
 
Halloween is right around the corner and one of the best ways to get in the mood for it is setting the mood with music! Mike and Adam share some songs – both modern and classic – that we hope you’ll add to your own Halloween playlists. Also discussed, we share our thoughts on music and albums from Oh Wonder, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No…
 
To celebrate Adam's birthday this year, we went to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA to watch the exciting Chargers vs Browns game that ended in an incredibly close 47 to 42 game! While we do share some thoughts on a couple of albums that we listened to this past week, this one is just a bit of a bonus episode for folks who wish to check in with us. If…
 
Welcome back to Stories of Change! In our first episode of series four, we speak to Lisa Hackett, Frontline’s chief social worker. With 26 years of experience in the sector in a variety of roles, Lisa recounts stories from over the years that have inspired her and solidified her commitment to creating change for the children and families who face s…
 
‘Flux’ is Poppy’s 4th studio album and she’s an artist that we recently became fascinated by over the last few months because of the character she’s established as well as the interesting – albeit very weird – lore that’s very much a part of the storytelling in her music. After both enjoying her fun and intense new EP back in June, how does this ne…
 
In mid-August, Liam and Don were joined by Portland Maine’s Poet Laureate, Maya Williams. Maya is not only a creative, gifted spoken word artist and poet, they are also a suicide survivor, theological thinker, and utterly enchanting person. In this episode, Maya shares their poem, “Judas and Suicide,” and offers us a thought-provoking and spiritual…
 
‘Swan Song’ is the fifth album by the ever-evolving band The Plot In You and the follow up to one of our favorite albums of 2018. The band is led by the enigmatic and creative Landon Tewers who seems to be constantly writing and experimenting with new sounds and new elements. So needless to say, we had high expectations of this album when it releas…
 
In celebration for the band's upcoming album this weekend, we do a retrospective on one of our long-time favorite active bands, Thrice. We go over all of the band's major releases and reminisce over their bold musical directions and sometimes even bolder projects. Thrice has always been a band that we've counted on to bring us consistently great al…
 
Halsey is not a woman, she's a god.....and she just released her 4th studio album, 'If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power', last week! This high-concept record explores the singer-songwriter's thoughts and emotions regarding themes of femininity, misogyny, pregnancy, and spirituality and we'd like to attempt to piece it all together in this track-by-t…
 
We've got another mini spotlight episode for you guys! This time, we give the spotlight to a few great, unique, diverse bands who reached out to the show recently and whom all have new music on the horizon! We think these bands are worth sharing with you guys and we hope that you'll go on and learn more about them after this episode. Links to the b…
 
The story of Balaam is a fantastic tale complete with conversations with God, angels with swords drawn, a seemingly stubborn talking donkey, and a seerer’s blessings and curses. What if anything can we learn from this story about our relationships to God and to one another? In this episode, Liam takes a look at the ways in which we are conditioned …
 
We've recently been acquainted with the music of English singer-songwriter, Frank Turner. His ambitious 2019 album, 'No Man's Land', left a big imprint on us that we decided to talk about it with one another and with the audience in this track-by-track review! Once you're through listening to this episode, go and check out Frank Turner's most recen…
 
This one is for the mamas and papas out there and for the kids at heart! Suggested to us by a friend of the show over on our Discord, we put together a list of our Top 5 songs from Disney and Pixar movies! Some of these songs come from movies that meant a lot to us a youngsters and since we and a lot of the people that we interact with are parents …
 
The follow up to one of our favorite albums of 2020 is here with Creeper's 'American Noir'! Does this companion album recorded during the 'Sex, Death, & The Infinite Void' sessions live up to the bombastic and thematic nature of it's predecessor? Find out what we thought of it in this week's track-by-track breakdown! Also discussed and reviewed thi…
 
Just like with most art forms, as time goes on and as our tastes evolve, sometimes we outgrow certain albums that we once loved and at the same time, sometimes an album that we didn't like on first impression can end up being a personal favorite years later. That's what this episode is about - some big examples of Albums That We've Changed Our Mind…
 
In this month’s episode of the Bible Bash podcast, new co-host Don Durham leads us through a deep dive into the layered messages gleaned from Isaiah 56 - the classic text where the prophet proclaims God’s favor for foreigners and eunuchs. In his studious way, Don takes us through a short framing history of the distinct periods in the collection of …
 
Thanks to a suggestion on our Discord, one of our listeners asked us to discuss a list of bands that have had some great consecutive album runs! So we did just that! Also on the show, we share our thoughts on albums from bands and artists such as Structures, YONAKA, WILLOW (Smith), Clairo, The Maine, Meat Loaf, Cat Stevens, Dave Matthews Band, and …
 
So this might be a bit of a strange episode in that we won't be doing so much as a track-by-track breakdown of one of Adam's favorite albums that Mike didn't review 100% favorably on a recent episode, but it'll be more of a personal exploration and evaluation from both the guys in hopes that Adam and help Mike to better understand it. So, in a way,…
 
This is a special cross-uploaded episode in which Adam was nice enough to guest on Mike's new video game podcast, The Dorkiest. If you enjoy this and you'd like to hear more, please subscribe anywhere that you like to listen to great podcasts! We will return to your regularly scheduled Skinny very soon! Thank you for taking the time to listen. Subs…
 
From his continued curiosity about how we develop theologies that sustain us during periods of disappointment, Liam takes a look at Genesis 3. Regular listeners may recall the Drawing Near episode when Liam shared the story of a Rabbi, at his conversion, asking him, Do you have a theology of disappointment to sustain you when the institution of Jud…
 
Here at the end of June, we're halfway through 2021, so we thought it'd be a good time to check in with both the bets and the draft picks for the year as well as refresh our memories on the major albums that we've checked out so far. Here's to hoping for a lot more big and amazing new album releases for the next six months! Also on the show, we sha…
 
With the 9th studio album from Rise Against recently released, we thought it would be a great time to go back and reminisce about the history of the band's music and how they've helped influence our music tastes and even our ideals throughout the last 20+ years. So while you're checking out 'Nowhere Generation' this week, whether you're a new or lo…
 
From children's residential care home key worker to Assistant Director for Children and Families at North Yorkshire County Council, Martin Kelly OBE has a wealth of experience working in the social work sector. In 2015, he led the design and development of the 'No Wrong Door' model - a pioneering way of providing support to young people who are wit…
 
On this episode, we just have a nice, chill conversation about the albums that we've been listening to over the past week. It was a lazy, laid-back Memorial Day for us, so we got together and had a nice, casual episode about some music. The next time we get together, we'll have a nice, full episode either about a track by track review of one of the…
 
Have you heard the story of Jesus’ hissy fit in the temple, turning over tables and ranting about the house of God being a house of prayer for all the peoples? Have you ever wondered what that apparent temper tantrum was all about? In this episode, Don offers his thoughts about the tale as we find in the Gospel of Mark. In his discussion, Don poses…
 
I'm sure it's happened to all of us; we fall in love with an album, we listened to it again and again and again, and one day we just realize that we no longer need to listen to it anymore. That's what we're tackling on this week's episode - The Albums That Have Run Their Course in our lives. Be they personal reasons, outside influences, or somethin…
 
We were lucky enough to score an interview with Xavier Raymond (X-Ray), the lead singer of the pop-punk / metalcore / experimental band 'Flood The Drought' from Canada! Their new single comes out next week and their new sophomore album comes out at the end of July! Check out this very special episode of The Skinny! Also on the episode this week, we…
 
Raised in Alabama in the United States, Nicole moved to the UK in 1990s. She started her career at a rape crisis centre whilst at university, and has worked in domestic abuse, on the front line and for charities, for over two decades since. With an estimated 2.3 million adults experiencing domestic abuse over the pandemic last year, and one in five…
 
In this month’s episode, Liam and Don take a look at Jesus’ teaching on the laborers in the vineyard through the larger story of Jesus engaging with the people. Liam explores the tendency to isolate Jesus’ teachings and parables from their story-based, literary contexts. Liam proposes that the author of Matthew’s gospel (like the authors of each go…
 
Wayne Reid is an anti-racism visionary for the British Association of Social Workers (BASW). Over the last year, in light of the murder of George Floyd, and resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, Wayne has taken action to address racism in social work. His experiences as a Black male social worker means he understands some of the challenges…
 
On this week's episode, we do a track-by-track review of the sophomore album from Wales band, Holding Absence. This album was very much a HUGE surprise to the two both of us after our middling reception of their 2019 self-titled debut. Find out why this one resonated with us a bit more by hanging out with us on this week's edition of The Skinny! Al…
 
We're back after a short two week break and on this week's episode, we become the architects of the proposed Mt. Rushmore of Emo - and hopefully this one WON'T be built on existing stolen indigenous land! We share our nominees of which four scene figures deserves to be carved into the mountain and not only that, but who gets to take the place of ea…
 
Mary Jackson is Frontline's new Chief Executive. Mary describes her path to the leadership position she is in today as not an obvious one. As a teen growing up in Wellington, New Zealand, she studied photography. However she has always been driven by her strong sense of social justice, influenced by her mum who is a teacher, and sister, a social wo…
 
We'd love to hear YOUR THOUGHTS on what you think of the show and what you think the overall direction should go in. Please be as honest as possible. All answers are set to be anonymous and we will gauge the feedback given and use it to help shape the types of episodes that the listeners would prefer to hear. Thank you so much for your participatio…
 
As a young child, Adam was persuaded to participate in the arts. The experience was life changing for him, and had a big impact on his personal development, confidence and self-esteem. Doors began to open which he never knew existed. Because of this, in 2014, Adam founded Total Insight Theatre - a charity that uses the arts to tackle important soci…
 
What on Earth is a "diddy"? What does it mean when an album "slaps"? And why do Mike and Adam come up with nonsensical terms and phrases for songs and albums instead of just saying whether or not they enjoy the music like normal people?! The answer to these quandaries and many more can be found in this week's episode, dear listener! Over the many y…
 
In this episode of the Bible Bash podcast, Liam Hooper does a new thing. First, Liam invites listeners to draw near to our new co-host, Don Durham, and invites Don to draw near to listeners as well. We learn a little about Don, who is - among other things - a trained organizational change and transition consultant, and strategic coach helping clien…
 
Mark Riddell is the National Implementation Adviser for Care Leavers at the Department for Education. A care leaver himself, Mark spent years working with a range of organisations to campaign for better support for care leavers before training as a social worker in 1990. In 2017 he received an MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours list for his outsta…
 
Happy 15 Year Anniversary of the Year 2006, everyone! We here on The Skinny have long lamented our reverence for the music of 2006. So many great albums from so many great bands that would go on to be our favorites and release more classic records in the years to come. But today - like we ever needed an excuse to talk about these amazing records - …
 
Spoiler alert! We LOVE this album! So please go and listen to it before checking out this week's track-by-track review! If you STILL need convincing, well then you can simply listen to us gush over the entire album as we discuss the well written compositions, the infectious choruses, and the awesome ways that the record knows when to shine and go b…
 
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