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15/06/2011

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 15 June 2011

Today's show was dedicated to anyone who has re-acquired something they already own!

TV presenter Jake Humphrey joined the Breakfast Show team as a guest sports reporter, but the question we all want answered is can he win Head-to-Headlines?

Henry Foster aged 9 from Wiltshire is going on a school trip for three days, and he will return tomorrow to mark it out of ten!

Today's Mystery Guest was Formula One driver Paul di Resta.

Music Played

27 items
  • Image for Elton John

    Elton John Kiss The Bride

    The Very Best Of Elton John, Rocket

  • Image for Jon Allen

    Jon Allen Joanna

    (CD Single), Monologue Records, 1

  • Image for The Ventures

    The Ventures Hawaii Five-O

    Instrumental Greats Of The 60's (Va), EMI

  • Image for Earth, Wind & Fire

    Earth, Wind & Fire September

    Greatest Hits Of 1978 (Various Artis, Premier, 3

  • Image for Imelda May

    Imelda May Big Bad Handsome Man

    (CD Single), Universal Music Classics & Jazz, 1

  • Image for The Bellamy Brothers

    The Bellamy Brothers Let Your Love Flow

    Country Moods (Various Artists), Polygram Tv

  • Image for The Feeling

    The Feeling Set My World On Fire

    (CD Single), Universal Island, 1

  • Image for Bryan Ferry

    Bryan Ferry Don't Stop The Dance

    The Platinum Collection, Virgin, 2

  • Image for Johnny Cash

    Johnny Cash Ring Of Fire

    Johnny Cash - Man In Black, Columbia

  • Image for Kylie Minogue

    Kylie Minogue In Your Eyes

    (CD Single), Parlophone

  • Image for Connie Francis

    Connie Francis Lipstick On Your Collar

    (CD Single), Polydor

  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall

    (CD Single), EMI, 5

  • Image for Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson Michael Jackson - Hollywood Tonight

    Michael, Sony, 1

  • Image for America

    America Ventura Highway

    Country Roads (Various Artists), Polygram Tv

  • Image for Noisettes

    Noisettes Never Forget You

    (CD Single), Mercury, 1

  • Image for U2

    U2 Mysterious Ways

    (CD Single), Island

  • Image for James Blunt

    James Blunt I'll Be Your Man

    Some Kind Of Trouble, Atlantic, 1

  • Image for Marvin Gaye

    Marvin Gaye What's Going On

    Shades Of Soul (Various Artists), Global Television

  • Image for Cher

    Cher Believe

    Love Songs - 39 All Time Love Classic, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Eddie & The Hot Rods

    Eddie & The Hot Rods Do Anything You Wanna Do

    Beautiful Game (Various Artists), Universal

  • Image for Jonathan Jeremiah

    Jonathan Jeremiah Heart Of Stone

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • Image for The Four Seasons

    The Four Seasons December '63 (Oh What A Night)

    The Very Best Of, Polygram Tv, 11

  • Image for Fleetwood Mac

    Fleetwood Mac Oh Diane

    Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits, Warner Bros

  • Image for OutKast

    OutKast Hey Ya!

    Outkast - Speakerboxxx, Arista

  • Image for The Black Eyed Peas

    The Black Eyed Peas I Gotta Feeling

    (CD Single), Interscope, 4

  • Image for Elvis Costello

    Elvis Costello Watching The Detectives

    Elvis Costello & Attractions- The Man, Imp Records

  • Image for Huey Lewis and the News

    Huey Lewis and the News Stuck With You

    Now 1986 (Various Artists), Now

  • They Say Never Go Back. Poppycock! Going Back Can Often Be The Next Step In Going Forward

    Today's show was dedicated to anyone who has recently reaquired something they've already owned.

  • Today's Show Starred:

    Tracy Wootton from Northamptonshire who chose a Big Screen Belter

    Dean and Lindsay Hickery from Bristol who celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary

    Doreen Millar from Northern Ireland who turned the big 5-0

    Joanne Myram from Dorset who judged the UK's Best Deli

    Diane Shepherd from Wiltshire who gobsmacked us

    Rev Ruth Scott who gave us some words of wisdom

  • Pause For Thought

    From Rev Ruth Scott, an Anglican vicar in Richmond:

    "In a conversation last week I used the phrase, “to run like the clappers.” My friends burst out laughing, asked if I’d made it up and what was I talking about. I was incredulous they didn’t know the expression. Now it’s not unusual for people who think they’re speaking the same language to confuse one another because the same words mean different things to them. If we don’t realise that’s happening it can lead to all kinds of argument. Take the word ‘God’ for example. Some believe it signifies a supernatural being whose characteristics are as diverse as those who believe in Him, Her or It. For others ‘God’ is shorthand for dynamic, transforming love that’s experienced and lived out through human relationships in and with the world. Some simply see the term as a reminder that life is so much more than our own limited understanding can comprehend and is therefore a call to humility and on-going exploration. Depending on what the word means for you it will have positive or negative connotations. When someone defines God and says they don’t believe in that God, I often find they interpret the word very differently from me, and I don't believe in the God they've described either. The speaker is surprised because their assumptions about the word's meaning and about me as a priest are inaccurate. Whether it’s religious or non-religious language, to speak the same language isn’t necessarily to mean the same thing. What we assume is usually worth checking out if we’re to avoid unnecessary conflict, whether that’s at home with the family or negotiating international peace. As for running ‘like the clappers’, it’s said that at Chatham Dockyard the bell summoning men to work rang faster and faster as the starting time drew nearer. The yard was large and if you hadn’t left enough time you might have to run as fast as the bell clappers to avoid being late."

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