The Adventist Media Centre (UK), or AMC-UK, provides media resources for the Adventist church including interviews, documentary programmes, promotional videos and various reports for special events.
While a modest facility, the studios provide Christian programming that has been recognised for the high quality of its content.
Recent programme series include:
The Journey: This critically acclaimed series sees the Media Centre Director combining his love of the outdoors, travel and photography with practical lessons of faith. Travel to Peru, Japan, the Middle East and across Europe and the UK. Be engaged by the stories and inspired by the lessons learnt. Later programmes also include some guest appearances from others with a story to tell.
ViewPoint: A topical discussion programme that explores issues affecting UK society and the Church such as 'What is Truth', 'Is violence ever acceptable', Christians and the Environment', or 'Dealing with End of Life choices'. The programme aims to provide a platform on which the church can talk about uncomfortable and sometimes difficult topics that affect the Christian and secular world.
In Conversation: brings you stories that challenge faith and thinking. In talking with guests from varied backgrounds and lifestyles we discover what is important in their lives and so learn lessons for our own. Now totalling six-series, these interviews have shared stories of hope from people as varied as an ex-armed robber, to a lady positively dealing with terminal cancer, to a child with little future who now travels the world as a medical research scientist.
Animal Encounters: Gabi, Kezia and Cassila experience God's creation first-hand as they meet people who help rescue, nurture and preserve animals that have been orphaned through hunting, injured in the wild or abandoned as pets, or threatened due to environmental deterioration. Marvel with them as they enjoy some close Animal Encounters.
'A Matter of Conscience'. Part of the World War I centennial remembrance, this special documentary was commissioned to tell the story of those brave men who chose to a different kind of war - standing for pacifist and moral principles in WWI. The documentary is also linked to a wealth of background information concerning those who chose to be Conscientious Objectors for religious reasons. A second documentary, 'A Clash of Conscience' should be released in 2016.
In addition we produce a number one-off documentaries, and shorter, web only programmes on health, witness, current events and Adventist News. AMC also works in collaboration with other Adventist producers in the UK and overseas.
AMC programmes can be seen on the Hope Channel, which is the Adventist Church's international 24-hour satellite television station, and twice weekly on Revelation TV (Thursdays 8:30 pm and Sundays at 1:00 pm), a Christian channel on the UK Sky and Freesat platform. Most programmes are also made available for Broadcast on Demand.
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