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SOMETHING UNDERSTOOD
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SOMETHING UNDERSTOOD
Sundays 06:05-06:35
Rpt: Sunday 23:30-24:00
Each week the programme examines some of the larger questions of life by taking a spiritual theme and exploring it through music, prose and poetry.
Programme details: Sunday 26 March 2006
'Mind the Gap' presented by Sarah Joseph, editor of the Muslim lifestyle magazine Emel

Reading 1: 
'The Mouse's Tale' by Lewis Carroll, read by Hilary Neville and Gareth Armstrong. 
 
Reading 2:
'Reach Out and Touch', lyrics from the Diana Ross song by Ashford and Simpson, read by Adjoa Andoh.

Music 1:
'Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)' composed by Ashford and Simpson. Performed by  Diana Ross.  From the CD Diana Ross, released on Motown.  Catalogue number: 440016818-2.  Track 1.

Music 2
'And did those feet in ancient times'.  Performed by the Merseyside Liverpool Cathedral Choir.  From the CD Favourite Hymns, released on HMV Classics.  Catalogue number: 586790-2.  Track 9.

Reading 3
'Building a Bridge of Bananas' by Jack Prelutsky.  From It's Raining Pigs and Noodles.  Published by Collins.  ISBN 0007139985. Read by Hilary Neville.

Reading 4
'We're caught in a trap' from the Elvis Presley song 'Suspicious Minds' by Mark James.  Read by Gareth Armstrong.

Music 3
'Suspicious Minds' by Mark James.  Performed by Elvis Presley. From the CD Elvis: From Nashville to Memphis - The Essential 60's Masters. Released on BMG.  Catalogue number: 74321 15430-2.  CD 5, track number 12.

Reading 5
'The Bridge Poem' by Donna Kate Ruskin. From This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color by Cherrie Moraga.  Published by Persephone.  ISBN 0930436105.  Read by Adjoa Andoh.

Reading 6
'Enter into the ruling principle of your neighbour's mind and suffer him to enter into yours' by Marcus Aurelius.  From Meditations.  Read by Gareth Armstrong.

Reading 7
'Reach Out and Touch', lyrics from the Diana Ross song by Ashford and Simpson, read by Adjoa Andoh.

Reading 8
'Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, Sept. 3, 1802' by William Wordsworth.  Read by Gareth Armstrong.

Reading 9
'Human Family' by Maya Angelou.  Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou.  Published by Virago.  ISBN: 186049191X.  Read by Adjoa Andoh.

Music 4
'Peace Train' by Cat Stevens.  From the CD In Search of the Centre of the Universe.  Released on Universal.  Catalogue number: 31458 52852.  Track number 21.
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