Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding
Clare Balding hosts the topical faith show and talks to American singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash whose latest album "The River and The Thread" was released in February. The Rev'd Ruth Scott will be in the studio for her regular Book Review, when her Listeners' Choice will be "The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul" by Deborah Rodriguez (Sphere 2013). And the BBC Radio 2 Young Choristers of the Year 2013 will sing live.
Producer: Janet McLarty.
Rosanne Cash’s latest album, The River & The Thread, was released in February. It took her seven years to gather material for it and, like her two previous albums, it’s strongly influenced by the loss of her mother, step-mother and her famous father, Johnny Cash. It’s full of musical influences from the South – not just country, but blues, Gospel and slave songs.
Young Choristers of the Year 2013 Winners
This year's winners of BBC Radio 2’s Young Chorister of the Year competition are Laura Barraclough, aged 11, who sings at Holy Trinity, Sloane Square in London and Luke McWatters, aged 13, who sings at the Temple Church in London. They’ll be joining Clare to talk about what they’ve been up to in the past year and will also be performing live on the programme.
Ruth Scott presents her Book Review in the occasional series for Good Morning Sunday. This week's books are
“A Song for Issy Bradley” by Carys Bray (Hutchinson 2014)
“In Search of Landfall” by Patrick Richardson (Ultima Thule Press 2014)
And our Listeners' Choice “The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul” by Deborah Rodriguez (Sphere 2013)
Please e-mail your suggestions for future Listeners' Choices to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruth Scott trained as a nurse and midwife, and worked as a counsellor before being ordained priest in the Church of England.