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Lewis Moody and Scott Quinnell join us for Breakfast!

Duration:
2 hours, 59 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 16 March 2012

Chris is joined by two titans of British rugby to discuss the final day of the Six Nations as Wales attempt their 3rd Grand Slam in 8 years, England gear up for a massive tussle with Ireland, and Scotland try to avoid the wooden spoon.

A member of Welsh rugby royalty, Scott Quinnell, who represented his country in both rugby codes and was a Lion in 2001; and world cup winner and former England Captain, Lewis Moody.

We have Scott representing the red dragons and Lewis representing dear old England, but who is victorious in the prestigious battle of music tastes?!

Music Played

29 items
  • Image for The Tornados

    The Tornados Telstar

    Rediscover The 60's - Sealed With A K, Old Gold

  • Image for The Allman Brothers Band

    The Allman Brothers Band Jessica

    F1 Rock (Various Artists), Telstar

  • Image for Mezzoforte

    Mezzoforte Garden Party

    Eighties Soul Weekender 2 (Various), Pump

  • Image for Booker T. & The MG’s

    Booker T. & The MG’s Time Is Tight

    25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll 1969 (Vol 2), Connoisseur

  • Image for Average White Band

    Average White Band Pick Up The Pieces

    The Best Of The Average White Band, Hit Label

  • Image for The Who

    The Who Pinball Wizard

    My Generation - The Very Best Of..., Polydor

  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Charlie Brown

    (CD Single), Parlophone, 1

  • Image for Lily Allen

    Lily Allen Smile

    (CD Single), Regal

  • Image for Spin Doctors

    Spin Doctors Two Princes

    Driving Rock (Various Artists), Global Records & Tapes

  • Image for Jamie Hartman

    Jamie Hartman Girlwise

    III, Flat Cap Records, 1

  • Image for ABBA

    ABBA SOS

    Abba Gold, Polydor, 010

  • Image for T. Rex

    T. Rex Metal Guru

    The Greatest Hits Of 1972 (Various), Premier

  • Image for Caro Emerald

    Caro Emerald That Man

    (CD Single), Dramatico, 1

  • Image for Paul Weller

    Paul Weller That Dangerous Age

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Masterpiece

    W.E. O.S.T., Polydor, 12

  • Image for Pretenders

    Pretenders Talk Of The Town

    The Pretenders - The Singles, WEA

  • Image for The Script

    The Script Talk You Down

    (CD Single), Sony Music, 1

  • Image for Sammy Davis Jr.

    Sammy Davis Jr. The Candy Man

    Hits Of 1971 & 1972 (Various Artists), Polydor

  • Image for Kimbra

    Kimbra and Gotye Somebody That I Used To Know

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • Image for Don Henley

    Don Henley The Boys Of Summer

    (CD Single), MCA

  • Image for OutKast

    OutKast Hey Ya!

    Outkast - Speakerboxxx, Arista

  • Image for Mott the Hoople

    Mott the Hoople All The Young Dudes

    The Greatest Hits Of 1972 (Various), Premier

  • Image for Bee Gees

    Bee Gees Jive Talkin'

    Bee Gees - Their Greatest Hits, Polydor

  • Image for Ocean Colour Scene

    Ocean Colour Scene The Day We Caught The Train

    Fresh Hits 96 (Various Artists), Sony Music TV

  • Image for Tom Jones

    Tom Jones Green Green Grass Of Home

    Fifty Number Ones Of The 60's (Variou, Global Television

  • Image for Derek and the Dominos

    Derek and the Dominos Layla

    American Dreams II (Various Artists), Solitaire Collection

  • Image for Adele

    Adele Set Fire To The Rain

    21, XL, 5

  • Image for Judie Tzuke

    Judie Tzuke Stay With Me Till Dawn

    Amoreuse (Various Artists), Pickwick

  • Image for Paul Carrack

    Paul Carrack Good Feelin' About It

    (CD Single), Carrack UK, 1

  • Pause For Thought

    With Rabbi Dr Naftali Brawer, CEO of a foundation which promotes spirituality in the workplace.

    It is now less than a month to Passover and for many Jews this means serious spring cleaning.
    The Bible states that it is forbidden to eat or possess any leaven during the Passover festival. Leven is anything made from dough that has risen which pretty much includes any kind of biscuit, cake or bread. Instead, Jews eat a special kind of unleavened bread called matzah which is thin and wafer-like. Since the bible prohibits not just eating but even possessing leaven Jews will spend the next few weeks carefully cleaning out their homes to ensure that not even a crumb of bread remains during Passover.
    And yet, while serious cleaning is in order one doesn’t have to go to extremes. Jewish law only requires the removal of leaven that can be seen or accessed during Passover. There is no religious requirement to start moving around heavy appliances to search underneath for crumbs. You physically remove what you can see and what you can’t see you simply disown.
    But what does all this symbolize?
    The puffed up quality of leavened bread represents arrogance or selfishness. The flat nature of unleavened bread represents simplicity and humility. The removal of leaven from our homes is the physical manifestation of a deeper inner cleansing. Passover, like a spiritual detox, is a time to eliminate our negative character traits and to focus on developing positive ones. However, like stubborn crumbs under the fridge some of our negative traits are too deeply buried to be of any real concern. In that case it is best to leave them where they are, to ignore them and to focus on improving the aspects of ourselves that we can. There is little point in trying to exorcise every internal demon. Some things are best left where they are; deep, buried and forgotten. And they will remain that way as long as we continually work hard on improving the things we can.

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