On this week's show we're hopping across the pond to chat with a real puppetry work horse: Phil Fletcher. Phil has been performing Hacker the Dog live on CBBC nearly every day for over twelve years. He is the prolific puppet builder and cabaret performer behind his original troupe 'The Gluvets.' Phil has also appeared as an additional performer in numerous television programs, including Netflix's Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. We talk with Phil about his early aptitude for puppet construction, the benefits and challenges of performing on live television, and his non-stop drive to create original, truly unique characters. Tune in for an off-the-wall conversation that goes from Banana Splits to Feebles in no time at all! PLUS: find out how you can write-off a bathroom mirror on your taxes! For mentions and episode highlights, visit PuppetTears.com/PhilFletcher Release date: January 27, 2021 Edited by Matt Bowen Hosted by Adam Kreutinger & Cameron Garrity
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Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.Phil Fletcher is the man beneath the dog. In this opening episode of OOTBC, Yonko speaks with Phil about his origins as a puppeteer, whips out some fan FAQs and tries to get into the mind of Hacker T. Dog.---'Out Of The Broom Cupboard' is a podcast series presented and produced by Christopher Johnson.The theme music is 'Breaktime' by Incompetech.Help support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ootbcFollow the show updates on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ootbc/Chris can be found on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/OfficialCDJ
"What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him?" Dr. Phil Fletcher shares with us how our faith in what Jesus has done should lead us into action, helping those in need.
Because Jesus didn't stay in the grave, grace has come to us and works in us as we work with all its power in us. It has made us into who we are and it makes our work matter for eternity. This message was presented on July 30, 2017 at Mosaic's Conway campus.
As the church develops it identity and sense of community, their concern for the poor among them is clear. It seems that they were committed to living with a mentality of open-handed ownership, asking God to lead them in how to serve those in need. This message was presented on March 19, 2017 at Mosaic's Conway campus.
In this final installment of our series "Joy in the Key of Life: Walking with Christ through Life's Uncertainties," Phil Fletcher teaches on the passage of Philippians 4:8-23. This message was presented on November 27, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.
In this message, guest speaker Phil Fletcher, Executive Director of City of Hope Outreach (CoHo), presents the theological basis for justice using Isaiah 56:1-8 as the backdrop. Justice is the foundation of His throne and justice should be one of the natural results of our gospel message. This was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on April 10, 2016.