Music Played19 items
Jem Wish I
George Harrison Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
Living In The Material World, Apple, 2
The Priests Panis Angelicus
The Seekers All Over The World
Mika Blue Eyes
Songs For Sorrow E.P., Island, 2
The Fron Male Voice Choir Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer
Bobby Goldsboro Hello Summertime
Ralph McTell Streets Of London
Silver Celebration, Castle, 1
Elvis Presley Elvis Presley - Swing Down Sweet Chariot
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Mary Chapin Carpenter In My Heaven
Charles Timberlake and Justin Daniels Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace
Chad & Jeremy A Summer Song
The Corrigans Lord Of The Dance
Dusty Springfield Broken Blossoms
Jo Hamilton Think Of Me
Chris de Burgh Where Have All The Flowers Gone
Stevie Wonder Blowin' In The Wind
Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collec, Universal
Bruce Springsteen Girls In Their Summer Clothes
The Inspirational Choir Abide With Me
Kate Adie, OBE, was the BBC's chief news correspondent for 14 years, and won a Bafta reporting from many of the major events of the late 20th century. Her assignments took her to war zones across the world, and she once famously reported crouched down behind a car door. She has since hung up her flak jacket, is a freelance journalist and has written bestselling books. Her latest book, Into Danger: Risking Your Life For Work is out now, published by Hodder & Stoughton, ISBN 978-0340933220.
Faith Guest - Deborah Hollamby
Deborah is a TV and radio presenter, including Pause for Thought on Radio 2. She was born in Solihull and attended Birmingham Theatre School before entering the “Daughters of St. Paul”, a religious order that works in the media. Whilst Deborah felt strongly that her years as a Sister were ‘meant to be’ and a preparation for what life had in store for her, she left the convent in 1994. She has since worked in charitable fundraising, marketing, PR and broadcasting but now devotes her time to broadcasting, writing and speaking.Deborah Hollamby's website
Deborah's Moment of Reflection
Loved not lost
O God, of this new day
Voice of calm,
Breath of life
and whisper of peace
May your infinite kindness
Break through my fears and loneliness,
My insecurities, and moments of darkness
And allow the dawn of hope to rise in me.
May your gentle and abiding presence
the breeze of love that carefully caresses its way
in and through the ebb and the flow of my today
show me, that you look at me with love
and reach out to me with absolute longing.
Give me the courage to throw wide the shutters of my heart that block and blinker,
So that I may really see your beauty with fresh eyes.
Eyes that recognise your touch;
in the kindness of a gesture,
in the sincerity of a warm and genuine smile,
in a tear of forgiveness.
May my heart perceive with joy your still small voice
That calls me by my name
And tenderly carries me in the palm of your hand.
By Deborah Hollamby
Sunday Spotlight - Jo Hamilton
The Sunday Spotlight falls this week on Jo Hamilton, who comes from a nomadic family with roots in Kenya, Jamaica and Europe. Jo was brought up in a house two miles from the nearest neighbour in the wilds of northern Scotland. Her parents moved constantly in her youth, which saw her spending periods in Turkey, UAE, Kuwait, Sri Lanka and Cambodia, exposed to a myriad of cultures and faiths along the way.Jo Hamilton's website
Jo studied viola at the Birmingham Conservatoire, and began to think about a solo career. She supported Damien Rice and Michelle Shocked.
Aled plays Think of Me - do let us know what you think.
Clare Balding talks to guests about their life and beliefs exploring, through conversation, matters…