We are very excited to announce the launch of the second season of The F Word Podcast!
Hosted again by Marina Cantacuzino, season two continues the deep dive into even deeper conversations with our storytellers – exploring the complex, messy, gripping subject of forgiveness.
Marina says: “I recorded this series during the UK’s third lockdown in early 2021 and spent much of the succeeding months editing the ten conversations. It was very hard work but also incredibly rewarding as I always learn so much from these storytellers about transforming pain and what it takes to forgive.”
In the first episode Marina is talking with Father Michael Lapsley, on racism, apartheid and when forgiveness requires repentance.
Fr Michael Lapsley is an Anglican priest, social justice activist and founder of the Institute for Healing of Memories in Cape Town. In 1990 at the height of the apartheid repression, Fr Michael received a letter bomb in the post in which he lost both his hands and one eye. He has been on a healing journey ever since.
We have ten new episodes to share with you over the coming months and will be releasing a new episode every fortnight so do sign up to our newsletter or follow us on whatever platform you listen to your podcasts.
With podcasts growing increasingly popular, we were excited to introduce the stories to a whole new audience. The first series continues to receive an average of 32 downloads a day with listeners from 52 countries (as of 27 September 2021) and the reviews show how it has moved people to consider their own lives: