The next generation of radio:
Here at Archangel Radio, we want to be your one-stop-shop for spiritual resources. From our very own podcast to important partnerships with other networks, we have hand-picked shows from various platforms to help strengthen your faith life.
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Kevin Turley is a Catholic writer and storyteller based in London, England. As an award winning journalist, novelist and broadcaster, his work has been featured throughout numerous Catholic publications, television, podcasts, radio and film. Kevin brings a new kind of energy to Catholic media that includes humor, understanding and deep conversations for the every-day Catholic.
A show that makes you smile, makes you think, sparks interest and intrigue. Kevin Turley sits down with us each day from 8am to 10am Monday-Friday to discuss Catholic topics geared towards people searching for answers. Through engaging stories, lively conversations, prayer and interaction with the audience, Turley Frequency brings you a broad vision of reaching the churched and unchurched; the faithful and unfaithful.
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The Turley Frequency
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Michele McAloon and Ellen Taylor hosts a podcast where culture and faith collide. Smart conversations that go deeper into today's pressing issues.
Season 3, Episode 15
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Ellen Taylor (left) spent many years working for Top-40 radio in Miami. Michele McAloon (right) is a former Army pilot and current cannon lawyer living in Germany. From there she has a wide view of the collision of culture and faith. There is no better place to experience the highs and lows of customs, beliefs, fame, and faith. It all comes together as they discuss today’s pressing issues on Convergence.