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Michael Bublé joins us for Breakfast

Duration:
2 hours, 59 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 20 November 2012

Canadian crooner, Michael Bublé joins us for a spot of breakfast!

The multi-Grammy grabbing singer has sold over 40 million records and achieved two multi-platinum number one albums. At the end of October, Michael announced he would be doing a six date run in London, but due to popular demand, a week later, it was announced he would add a further four dates!

Following the success of his 2010 UK tour, Mr Bublé's much-anticipated 2013 ten-date concert at London's O2 Arena will be the third longest series of shows at the venue, only out-trumped by Prince and Roger Walters!

We're looking forward to hearing what we can expect from next year's epic series of concerts and delving into his personal music taste!

Music Played

20 items
  • Image for Scissor Sisters

    Scissor Sisters Take Your Mama

    (CD Single), Parlophone

  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Hurts Like Heaven

    (CD Single), Parlophone, 1

  • Image for Doris Day

    Doris Day Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps

    Take A Break (Various Artists), Columbia

  • Image for A Flock of Seagulls

    A Flock of Seagulls Wishing (If I Had A Photograph Of You)

    Electric Dreams (Various Artists), Virgin, 6

  • Image for Amy Macdonald

    Amy Macdonald This Pretty Face

    (CD Single), Mercury, 1

  • Image for Dave Edmunds

    Dave Edmunds Queen Of Hearts

    The Best Of Dave Edmunds, Swansong

  • Image for Chris Isaak

    Chris Isaak Live It Up

    Beyond The Sun, Rhino, 1

  • Image for Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan Lay Lady Lay

    Heartbeat: Love Me Tender (Various), Global Television

  • Image for Shirley Bassey

    Shirley Bassey Goldfinger

    Heartbeat - The 60's Gold Collection, Global Television

  • Image for Bill Haley & His Comets

    Bill Haley & His Comets (We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock

    That's Rock'n'Roll (Various Artists), EMI

  • Image for Deacon Blue

    Deacon Blue The Outsiders

    (CD Single), Edsel, 6

  • Image for Westlife

    Westlife You Raise Me Up

    Greatest Hits, RCA, 11

  • Image for Imelda May

    Imelda May Big Bad Handsome Man

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

  • Image for Dean Martin

    Dean Martin and Helen O'Connell How D'Ya Like Your Eggs In The Morning?

    Cool Couples (Various Artists), Sanctuary

  • Image for The Rolling Stones

    The Rolling Stones Doom & Gloom

    (CD Single), Polydor

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Somebody To Love

    A Day At The Races, Island, 6

  • Image for Ed Sheeran

    Ed Sheeran Give Me Love

    + (Plus), Atlantic

  • Image for Bryan Adams

    Bryan Adams Run To You

    Bryan Adams - The Best Of Me, Mercury

  • Image for The Rolling Stones

    The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man

    Rolling Stones - Singles Collection, Abkco

  • Image for The Script

    The Script Six Degrees Of Separation

    #3, Sony

  • Pause for Thought

    From Bishop Nick Baines

    I've been on the road recently and you know what it's like when you spend hours on trains - you can only read so much and then your mind begins to wander. Randomly sometimes.

    Well, I was coming back from Germany last Sunday and was reading a pile of stuff, all of which sort of suggested that the world was about to end. And then, somewhere in the murky depths of my memory, the line of a song poked up:
    The world won't end in darkness, it'll end in family fun...
    It was the Beautiful South some years ago in a snarly little song called 'One God'. But, you can understand the sentiment - the world's turned plastic!

    At some point every generation thinks it might be the last. Relatively minor issues take on ultimate importance and we can't conceive of life continuing differently. Well, maybe it's time for a bit of perspective.

    For example, when I was younger, and getting very excited about some issues, I learned to ask myself this question: in the context of the entire history of the entire universe, does this matter? Clearly, not everything did.

    When I was a vicar in Leicestershire I used to baptise in a Norman font - which had been used for a thousand years - and we would drink Communion wine from a chalice that had been used for nearly 500 years. Through wars and Reformation and disasters and all the stuff of the world and so on. And guess what? Life carried on.

    I am in London because the General Synod votes today on whether or not to allow women to be bishops. Some are saying that it will be a disaster if we do... and a disaster if we don't. But, whichever way it goes, it won't be the end of the world - whatever people say as they raise the emotional stakes. Wednesday will surely come; the sun will rise; we will still be here; life will carry on; and, hopefully, one day, the Beautiful South will cheer up and re-form to prove it.

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