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Archbishop Stephen Cottrell, Dr Paula Gooder and Bishop Philip North reflect on the 15 Biblical Stations of the Cross. The Stations of the Cross have formed part of Christian devotion for many centuries because they offer a particularly vivid way of following in the steps of Jesus on the way to the Cross. In the earliest days of Christian pilgrimage, visitors to Jerusalem would walk the path from Pilate’s house to Calvary. In the late fourteenth century, the Franciscan protectors of the holy ...
 
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“The whole thing was senselessly naive.” Forgive Amelia - A Triptych: Episode 3 - Amelia A three part mini-season cross over with Forgive Me! by Rogue Dialogue Productions. Read more about Forgive Me! here: roguedialogue.com/fm-about With Casey Callaghan, Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne and Alan Burgon Additional voices by Linsday Zana, Marcus Xavi…
 
“I must confess, I’ve never done this whole sit in a secret booth and unburden myself to a stranger behind a privacy screen thing.” Forgive Amelia - A Triptych: Episode 2 - Alvina A three part mini-season cross over with Forgive Me! by Rogue Dialogue Productions. Read more about Forgive Me! here: roguedialogue.com/fm-about With Casey Callaghan, Jul…
 
“I know this is a bit unorthodox of me, but right now I’ve got a car full of sinners with a mighty burden to get off their shoulders.” Forgive Amelia - A Triptych: Episode 1 - The Interviewer A three part mini-season cross over with Forgive Me! by Rogue Dialogue Productions. Read more about Forgive Me! here: roguedialogue.com/fm-about With Casey Ca…
 
“The answers to those questions are… maybe, maybe and maybe! Amelia is all about the secrets…” Philip informs about the release of season 4, and we play a trailer for our upcoming mini-season “Forgive Amelia - a Triptych”, a cross-over with with the fantastic audio drama comedy “Forgive Me!” by Rogue Dialogue Productions. Read more about Forgive Me…
 
“He’s our only connection to The Amelia Project!” Season 3 Epilogue - Body Bag. With Erin King, Jordan Cobb, Torgny Aanderaa, Benjamin Noble and Hemi Yeroham. Written by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design by David Devereux. Music and sound direction by Fredrik Baden. Graphic design by Anders Pedersen. Producti…
 
“Why do people in this country always hide in the shadows?!” Episode 41, Season 3 Finale. With Federico Trujillo, Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne, James Carney, Lory Martinez, Alex Scott Fairley and Alexander Mercury. Written by Oystein Brager. Story editing by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design by David Dever…
 
“Tell me about the Robot Raves!” Episode 40, Season 3. With Alan Burgon and Eli Hamada McIlveen. Written by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Music and sound design by Fredrik Baden. Graphic design by Anders Pedersen. Production assistance by Maty Parzival. For full credits see our website. The Amelia Project is an audio …
 
“This is really going tits up isn't it.” Episode 39, Season 3. With Julia Morizawa, Julia Thorne, Lory Martinez, Federico Trujillo, Arturo Tovar and James Carney. Written by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design by David Devereux. Music and sound direction by Fredrik Baden. Graphic design by Anders Pedersen. Prod…
 
“Don't fret. Most people can't go five minutes without lying.” Episode 38, Season 3. With Antigoni Spanou, Alan Burgon, Alexander Mercury and Stepan Chernyshev. Written by Philip Thorne. Story editing by Oystein Brager. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound recording and sound design by Dominic Hargreaves. Music and sound direction by…
 
“Oh, wow, that is a... very small gun.” Episode 37, Season 3. With Julia Morizawa, Julia Thorne, Josh Callahan, Lory Martinez, Federico Trujillo, Alex Scott Fairley, Andrei Zayats, James Carney, Jessie Baade AKA Mama Bang Bang, Benjamin Noble, Torgny Aanderaa, Erin King, Jordan Cobb and Sarah Golding. Written by Oystein Brager. Story editing by Phi…
 
“Oh god. I feel... drowsy. Where am I?” Episode 36, Season 3. With Julia Morizawa, Julia Thorne, Josh Callahan, Lory Martinez, Federico Trujillo, Alex Scott Fairley, James Carney and Alvaro Flores. Written by Oystein Brager. Story editing by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design by Dominic Hargreaves. Music and s…
 
“My name is Oleg Kamenev.” Episode 35, Season 3. With Alan Burgon, Alexander Mercury, Alex Scott Fairley, Andrey Zayats, Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne, Federico Trujillo, Lory Martinez, James Carney and Alvaro Flores. Written by Philip Thorne. Story editing by Oystein Brager. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Music and sound design by…
 
“Hello. I’m Pablo Perez Garcia. I’m the leader of the Panaraguan Pythons. Now, you are going to help me.” Episode 34, Season 3. With Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne, Federico Trujillo, Lory Martinez, Erin King, Jordan Cobb, Jessie Baade (AKA Mama Bang Bang), Torgny G. Aanderaa, Benjamin Noble, Alexander Mercury, Alan Burgon, Alex Scott Fairley and …
 
“Sign up for potato peeling! Potato duty is the only time prisoners can talk in private!” Sneak peek of Clara Knoff, a Patreon Exclusive bonus episode. Would you like to find out why Clara needs the Interviewer’s help? Go to patreon.com/ameliapodcast to sign up as a patron and support the show! With Alan Burgon as the Interviewer, Karin Heimdahl as…
 
“He found me. And when he did, there was such a smile on his face. He said with earnest joy, that I was the one he had been looking for.” Stephen Cottrell reflects on the Fifteenth Station: Jesus risen from the dead, with readings and prayers from Philip North. Today's reading is Mark 16.4-8 This episode also includes the Conclusion.…
 
“We've just got one week left until the launch of Season Three Part Two! And it's not going to write itself!” A Recap Episode for Season 3 Part 1. Oystein and Pip can’t remember what happened in Season 3 Part 1! With the next part of the season due in just one week, they’re in big trouble. The only thing that can solve this problem… is a recap! Wri…
 
“Joseph of Arimathea slips into this story and then swiftly out again. No sooner has he been mentioned than he disappears. His appearance may be brief, but his contribution is incalculable.” Paula Gooder reflects on the Fourteenth Station: Jesus laid in the tomb, and leads today’s prayers and readings. Today's reading is Mark 15.46…
 
“The selfishness of sin is overcome by the selflessness of love. And our response? To try and love as Jesus loved. To offer our lives as a gift to the poor as Jesus offered his life to us who have nothing. If the cross is our only hope, then it will also be our lifestyle.” Philip North reflects on Thirteenth Station: Jesus dies on the cross, with r…
 
“What connection is there between Jesus and Mary? She was his mother and he loved her so much that, even from the cross, he ensured she was cared for and looked after.” Paula Gooder reflects on the Twelfth Station: Jesus on the cross; his mother and his friend, with readings and prayers from Philip North. Today's reading is John 19.26, 27…
 
“He is waiting for me. Knowing that I must find this thing within myself. Not just penitence, but love. Not merely acquittal, but hope. ‘Remember me’, I say to him, ‘in that kingdom of yours.” Stephen Cottrell reflects on the Eleventh Station: Jesus promises the kingdom to the penitent thief, with readings and prayers from Paula Gooder. Today's rea…
 
“The God of all creation. The one whom angels worship. The Lord of the universe. Yet look at him now: stark naked, humiliated before a mocking crowd. Jesus has lost everything.” Philip North reflects on the Tenth Station: Jesus is crucified, with readings and prayers from Stephen Cottrell. Today's reading is Mark 15.24…
 
“Compassion swirls through the narrative. The women wept for what would happen to Jesus, but Jesus, even as the horror of his death loomed near, revealed that they were in even greater need of compassion than he was.” Paula Gooder reflects on the Ninth Station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem, with readings and prayers from Philip North. Today's…
 
“Why Simon? Why was it him who was forced to undertake this demeaning, disgusting job of helping a condemned man to his place of death? There were numerous other people in the crowd. Why pick on Simon?” Philip North reflects on the Eighth Station: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross, with readings and prayers from Paula Gooder. Today's r…
 
“What begins in tragedy, ends in farce. He said he was a king, so dress him up as one: twist some thorns into a crown; and so that everyone can enjoy the joke, write it in three languages upon his cross: Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.” Stephen Cottrell reflects on the Sixth Station: Jesus scourged and crowned with thorns, with readings and pr…
 
“The backdrop of someone as notorious for their cruelty as Pilate, throws the crowd’s baying for blood into sharp relief. Even Pilate could look reasonable in contrast to their pack-like instinct to destroy him.” Paula Gooder reflects on The Fifth Station: Jesus judged by Pilate and leads today's prayers and reading. Today's reading is Mark 15.14, …
 
"Peter got it right for once. He said he didn’t know him. He said he wasn’t with him. That was how we were all feeling. We didn’t know him. We weren’t with him anymore. We thought he would vindicate himself." Stephen Cottrell reflects on the Fourth Station: Peter denies Jesus, and leads today's prayers and reading. Today's reading is Mark 14.72.…
 
"It is tempting to imagine that life was easy for Jesus: that so sure was he about who he was and who he was called to be that he faced suffering and death with calm and equanimity." Paula Gooder reflects on the first Station of the Cross, Jesus in agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, with readings and prayers from Stephen Cottrell. Today's reading i…
 
Join Philip North, Paula Gooder and Stephen Cottrell as they pray and reflect upon the 15 Biblical stations of the cross. The Stations of the Cross have formed part of Christian devotion for many centuries because they offer a particularly vivid way of following in the steps of Jesus on the way to the Cross. In the earliest days of Christian pilgri…
 
“My name is Fredrik Baden. I’m a composer from Oslo, Norway, and this is How I Make Music.” Theme Tune Bonus Episode With Fredrik Baden Created by John Bartmann Last August, our very own Fredrik Baden was the featured composer on John Bartmann’s podcast “How I Make Music”! We’re thrilled to be able to re-release this episode on our feed. How I Make…
 
“Do you always arrive by propeller airplane?” Episode 33, Season 3. With: Julia Thorne, Julia Morizawa and Federico Trujillo. Written by Oystein Brager. Story editing by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design and music by Fredrik Baden. For full credits see our website. The Amelia Project is an audio fiction serie…
 
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