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R.E.M. Shiny Happy People
The Greatest Hits Of 1991 (Various), Telstar
Aloe Blacc I Need A Dollar
Good Things, Stones Throw Records, 1
Big Screen Belter
Bill Conti Gonna Fly Now (Theme From "Rocky")
Rocky O.S.T., EMI, 7
Sam Brown Stop!
Woman (Various Artists), Polygram Tv/Sony Tv
Keane This Is The Last Time
(CD Single), Universal Island
The Beatles I Am The Walrus
Magical Mystery Tour, Parlophone, 6
Caro Emerald A Night Like This
(CD Single), Dramatico, 1
The Doors The Doors - People Are Strange
The Doors - The Best Of The Doors, Elektra
Daniel Merriweather Daniel Merriweather - Change
(CD Single), Columbia, 1
Barry White Let The Music Play
Barry White - The Collection, Mercury
Cupid's Inspiration Yesterday Has Gone
Yesterday Has Gone, Repertoire
Scouting for Girls Love How It Hurts
Girls Aloud The Promise
(CD Single), Fascination, 1
Madness The Sun & The Rain
Madness - Divine Madness, Virgin
The Walker Brothers The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore
The Best Of, Fontana, 3
The Pierces Glorious
(CD Single), Polydor, 1
Amy Winehouse Back To Black
Back To Black, Universal Records
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Our House
(CD Single), Atlantic
Queen I Want To Break Free
Queen - Greatest Hits II, Parlophone
Tears For Fears & Oleta Adams Woman In Chains
Amour - The Ultimate Love Collection (Various Artists), Polygram TV
Adam Ant Goody Two Shoes
Wave Party (Various Artists), Columbia, 15
Nerina Pallot Put Your Hands Up
(CD Single), Geffen, 1
Genesis Follow You Follow Me
And Then There Were Three, Charisma
Teddy Thompson In My Arms
(CD Single), Verve Forecast, 1
Sometimes It Takes A Good Outlaw To Outgun A Bad Law
Today's show was dedicated to anyone whose up for a move...in the right direction!!!
Today's show starred:
Alan Wilkinson from Manchester who chose the Big Screen Belter
Mike Davies from Powys who is celebrating his 19th wedding anniversary today along with wife Sue
Alison Yates from York is bidding farewell to her friend Delia and Colin who are off to Greece for six months
Lorna Huddlestone from Liverpool is going to work for one day this week and then making preparations for her birthday
Phil Smith, Assistant Producer at 6 Music told us what happened on this day in history
Katie Ward from West Sussex did her first car boot sale at the weekend
Nick Wardrop from Swindon is sitting his first Year 6 SAT tests today
Andy Skora from Portchester chose the Golden Oldie
Jools Holland was today's Mystery Guest
Liz Pickard chose today's Gobsmackers
Father Brian D'Arcy gave us reason to Pause for Thought
Pause For Thought
From Father Brian D’Arcy, a Catholic Passionist priest:
"As someone who has to preach often – too often for my own good, and the congregation’s – my recurring nightmare is that I’ll turn people away from God through boredom.
Years ago a cartoon like book was published with the intriguing title of 101 Things to do during a Dull Homily. From memory these are a few tips to help you survive a boring sermon.
Send a note to the organist, asking if he (she) plays requests.
Start at the back of the church and crawl to the front, under the seats, without being noticed.
See if a yawn is really contagious.
Using the church bulletin as raw material, test fly a new collection of paper airplanes.
And lastly: Slap your neighbour and see if they turn the other cheek. If not raise your hand and tell the preacher.
My favourite story about preaching comes from Northern Ireland. There was a country pastor who jealously guarded his small congregation. After many years he relented and took a holiday. He allowed a visiting preacher to take the Sunday service. He warned him to be brief and not to alienate his busy farming community.
On Sunday he preached for ten minutes. A man stood up at the back and shouted alleluia alleluia, alleluia. Pleased, he went on for another five minutes. The same jumps up and shouts alleluia alleluia alleluia. The preacher does another five minutes. This time man shouted alleluia three times and walked out, followed by the entire congregation.
The Pastor returned during the week and called the visiting preacher, who told him the congregation were welcoming. He told him one man had stood up and proclaimed alleluia three times.
“I’m afraid you don’t know the accent round these parts” the pastor told him. “He wasn’t shouting alleluia alleluia. He was shouting (in a tight Northern Ireland accent) “that’ll do ye, that’ll do ye.” "
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