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TMR 308 : Dr Strangelove (1964) (TMR Movie Dialogue)


For the 16th Movie Roundtable—or rather Dialogue this time—we are joined once again by our good friend Antony Rotunno, for a discussion on Stanley Kubrick's classic movie Dr Strangelove (1964), starring Peter Sellers, George C Scott and Sterling Hayden (among others). Imagining the USA to be inflitrated by Soviet polluters of...


TMR 307 : Niggling Heavenly Bananas & Rights In Spleens


"Just as jellyfish, and woodpeckers, and ostriches have no rights, Homo sapiens have no rights also."—Yuval Noah Harari (2014) Once again, out of the blue, I'm putting out a short podcast. (This time it really is quite short.) It has to do with a TEDx talk by a certain Dr...


TMR 306 : Three Crumblings


"People went a little crazy, a little fascist, during the so-called Covid pandemic. And now, here we are. There are two roads ahead. We have to choose ... you, me, all of us."—CJ Hopkins Out of the blue, I'm putting out a short podcast—short by my standards, that is; it's...


TMR 305 : The Nephilim Chaps' Royal Green Meatballs


If a $6,000,000 golden toilet fell on a spider would it look like an accident? Why are Vegemite sandwiches outlawed in Van Diemen's Land under the Treason Felony Act of 1848? How many giant mammoth meatballs does US President O'Biden keep under his chin? And will Frank Johnson raise...


TMR 304 : Eraserhead (1977) (Movie Roundtable)


“It is a personal film, and no reviewer, or critic, or viewer has ever given an interpretation that is my interpretation.”—David Lynch For the 15th Movie Roundtable here at TMR we welcome back our good friends Frank Johnson, Antony Rotunno and Mark Campbell for another four-way discussion, this time on David Lynch's...


TMR 303 : Jacob Hornberger : On the JFK Autopsy Fraud


"There is no innocent explanation for a fraudulent autopsy."—Jacob Hornberger For the 60th anniversary of the tragic assassination of US President John F Kennedy on the 22nd of November 1963, we welcome back to the programme Jacob Hornberger, founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation in the US. Drawing...


TMR 302 : Prof. Thomas N. Seyfried : Cancer as a Metabolic D…


"These tumour cells don't know what hit them; they're struggling for their own existence."—Thomas N Seyfried We are joined by Professor Thomas N Seyfried, PhD—Professor of Biology at Boston College, Massachusetts, US—for an extended interview on his groundbreaking work into Cancer as a Metabolic Disease. In Professor Seyfried's view, cancer is best...


TMR 300 : Thirteen Days (2000) (Movie Roundtable)


For episode 300 of TMR—the 14th of our Movie Roundtables—we welcome back our good friends Mark Campbell, Frank Johnson and Antony Rotunno for a four-way discussion on the historical political thriller Thirteen Days (2000), starring Bruce Greenwood, Stephen Culp, Dylan Baker and Kevin Costner, directed by Roger Donaldson. Based upon the...


TMR 299 : Is Satan Woke? (With Rev Phill Sacre and Julian Ch…


We are joined once again by Rev Phill Sacre—an ordained minister (Church of England) and host of the YouTube channel "Sacred Musings"—for another thought-provoking and wide-ranging "post-covid" conversation in the series: "Following Christ in the New Old Normal". Strange as it might seem—given that Phill's ordained, and I'm a Methodist lay...


TMR 298 : Jacob Hornberger : JFK's War with the US National …


We welcome to the programme Jacob Hornberger, founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation in the US, for an interview on the historical and political circumstances leading up to the assassination of John F Kennedy on the 22nd of November 1963. Centering in the thesis that Kennedy's assassination is best...


TMR 297 : Paul E Marik, MD : Eating Well, Fasting & Heal…


We welcome again Paul Marik, M.D., a former tenured Professor of Medicine and former Chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in Norfolk, Virginia, US, and now Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC). Dr...


TMR 296 : Dr Joshua Rasmussen : Who Are You, Really?


We are joined again by Dr Joshua Rasmussen (PhD, Notre Dame), associate professor of philosophy at Azusa Pacific University, for an in-depth—and, at times, somewhat mind-bending—conversation on his latest book, Who Are You, Really? : A Philosopher's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Persons. In the book, published by...


TMR 295 : DOWNFALL (2004) (Movie Roundtable)


For the 13th TMR Movie Roundtable we welcome back our good friends Frank Johnson, Antony Rotunno and Mark Campbell for a discussion on the superb 2004 German-language war drama, Downfall ("Der Untergang") starring Bruno Ganz and directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. Based in part upon the memoirs of Hitler's last personal secretary, Gertraud...


TMR 294 : Andy Jennings : Eyes to See & Ears to Hear


"I think Jesus wants us to have a paradigm where we notice His truth and His beauty everywhere."—Andy Jennings We welcome back to the programme Andy Jennings—the brilliant singer-songwriter of the Christian indie band Dissident Prophet—for a wide-ranging conversation as part of the ongoing series here at TMR called: "Following Christ...


TMR 293 : James Roguski : WHO Pandemic Treaty & IHR Amen…


"The World Health Organization is attempting a global power grab."—James Roguski We are joined by the researcher, author and activist James Roguski for an interview on the World Health Organisation's proposed "Pandemic Treaty" and on its ongoing negotations to amend the International Health Regulations. As James explains: "The World Health Organization is...


TMR 290 : A Very British Coup (Special TMR Roundtable)


For this special TMR Movie Roundtable, we welcome back the veteran British journalist John Booth—who joins Mark Campbell, Antony Rotunno and Yours Truly—for an extended four-way conversation on the highly perceptive and well-made British TV series from 1988 entitled A Very British Coup. Based upon the 1982 novel of the same...


TMR 288 : Jeremiah Allen : Spiritual Fruit for the Days Ahea…


"History began when humans invented gods, and will end when humans become gods."—Yuval Noah Harari We welcome back to the programme Jeremiah Allen, a Christian entrepreneur now living in Belize, for a wide-ranging interview as part of the ongoing conversation here at TMR called: "Following Christ in the New Old Normal." In...


TMR 286 : Matt Le Tissier : Two and a Half Years Down the Li…


"They are not really in control. We have an illusion of democracy in this country. If you think Boris is the one making the decisions, if you think that Liz Truss is going to be the one making the decisions for this country, then I'm afraid you're completely out of...



  1. Et Exspecto Resurrectionem Mortuorum is the title of a piece of orchestral music (1964) by the Roman Catholic French composer Olivier Messiaen. The Latin comes from the final sentence of the Credo of the Mass: "Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum, et vitam ventúri sæculi" - ("And I await the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come.")
  2. I was heavily influenced by the music of Messiaen when I used to write music for a living in the 1990s. (As it happens, I'm not a Roman Catholic.)


Scripture references:

3) 1 Corinthians 15 : 1 - 11

4) Galatians 1 : 13 -24

5) Romans 8 : 11

Unless otherwise stated, all Scripture references are from the New International Version of the Bible (NIV)


Other sources:

6) Josephus, Antiquities IV.8.15

7) Hengel, Martin, The Cross of the Son of God, containing three volumes: The Son of God (1976), Crucifixion (1977), and The Atonement (1981), SCM Press, (London : 1986)

8) Craig, William Lane, Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus, (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity), Edwin Mellen Press (January 1, 1989)

9) The website of Dr. Gary R. Habermas, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy & Theology at Liberty University, whose specialism is in Resurrection Studies (


Podcast theme music: "Fidder", kindly provided by Antony Raijekov, from his Jazz U compilation (CC BY-NC 2.5).

Slideshow image: a typical C1st Judean tomb. Podcast image: the so-called "King Herod's Family Tomb." Both images are copyright © 2011 The Mind Renewed.


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