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3 hours, 5 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 26 September 2010

Each week Aled Jones plays tracks from a broad musical spectrum, that celebrates both our choral traditions and the vibrant world of modern music as well as spiritually uplifting and reflective music. He also discusses religious and ethical issues of the week with faith representatives.

Aled says Good Morning Sunday to comedian Tim Vine and finds about his life and his Christian faith. Our faith guest is Good Morning Sunday regular, Canon Ann Easter. Ann will also provide our Moment of Reflection.

Music Played

33 items
  • Image for Jools Holland and K T Tunstall

    Jools Holland and K T Tunstall Darkness On The Face Of The Earth

  • Image for The Bellamy Brothers

    The Bellamy Brothers Let Your Love Flow

    Country Moods (Various Artists), Polygram Tv

  • Image for The Coasters

    The Coasters If I Had A Hammer

  • Image for Amy Macdonald

    Amy Macdonald Love, Love

    A Curious Thing, Mercury, 1

  • Image for John Lennon

    John Lennon Just Like Starting Over

    John Lennon - Lennon Legend, Parlophone

  • Image for Eva Cassidy

    Eva Cassidy Blue Skies

  • Image for Pixie Lott

    Pixie Lott Broken Arrow

    (CD Single), Mercury, 1

  • Brassed Off

  • Image for Sandie Shaw

    Sandie Shaw Sandie Shaw - Made In Dagenham


  • Sacred & Secular - Track 1

  • Sacred & Secular - Track 2

    • Image for Cher

      Cher Fire and Rain

  • Image for Rita Coolidge

    Rita Coolidge Like A Bird On A Wire

  • Image for London Community Gospel Choir
  • Image for The Jackson 5

    The Jackson 5 Jackson 5 - Hallelujah Day

    The Best Michael Jackson & Jackson Fi, Polygram Tv, 16

  • Image for Diana Krall and Art Garfunkel with The Chieftains

    Diana Krall and Art Garfunkel with The Chieftains Morning Has Broken

  • Image for Tia McGraff

    Tia McGraff Hope Is Everything

  • Image for Rumer

    Rumer Slow (Radio 2 Recommends Live From Maida Vale)


  • Image for Beth Nielsen Chapman

    Beth Nielsen Chapman For The Beauty Of The Earth

  • Image for Kiri Te Kanawa and the Utah Symphony Orchestra

    Kiri Te Kanawa and the Utah Symphony Orchestra The Nun's Chorus

  • Image for Teddy Thompson

    Teddy Thompson In My Arms

    (CD Single), Verve Forecast, 1

  • Image for Dusk

    Dusk I Hear Those Church Bells Ringing

  • Image for The Housemartins

    The Housemartins Caravan Of Love

    Music Gala Of The Year '88, Arcade Benelux

  • Image for Graham Kendrick

    Graham Kendrick The Servant King

  • Image for John Buckley

    John Buckley A Spring Day In Eden

  • Image for Eliza Doolittle

    Eliza Doolittle Roller Blades

    (CD Single), Parlophone, 1

  • Image for Squeeze

    Squeeze Loving You Tonight

    (CD Single), Love Records, 1

  • Image for Lauren Waterworth

    Lauren Waterworth For Those In Peril On The Sea

  • Image for Emily Maguire

    Emily Maguire Starting Over

  • Image for Matt Monro

    Matt Monro Born Free

    The Best Of John Barry: Themeology, Columbia

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Don't Stop Me Now

    Jazz, Island, 12

  • Image for Shania Twain

    Shania Twain Shania Twain - God Bless The Child

    The Perfect Christmas (Various), Universal Music

  • Image for Tom Jones

    Tom Jones Run On

    (CD Single), Island

  • Image for The Waterboys

    The Waterboys The Whole Of The Moon

    Now 1991 - The Millennium Series, Now

  • Tim Vine

    Tim Vine

    Christian and Comedian Tim Vine discusses faith, comedy and his new book with Aled. Tim burst on to the stand up circuit by winning the Perrier best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1995 - he’s been described as the undisputed master of the one liner - and in 2004 he became the Guinness World Record Holder for telling the most jokes in an hour. His new book The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book is released this week.

  • Canon Ann Easter

    Canon Ann Easter

    One of Good Morning Sunday's regular Faith Guests, Canon Ann Easter is Chief Executive of a charity in Newham, East London. Ann was among the first women to be ordained priest in the Church of England, is honorary Curate at All Saints' Church, West Ham and an Honorary Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen.



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