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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 28 May 2006
Into The Unknown was presented by Mark Tully

The readers were David Holt, Emily Raymond and Frank Stirling.

Music 1:
Lux Aeterna Gyorgy Ligeti. From the album Illumina performed by The Clare College, Cambridge directed by Timothy Brown. Label: Collegium Records. COLLEGIUM COLCD125 (1)

Reading 1:
The Door by Miroslav Holub translated from the Czech by Ian Miller and from the collection Staying Alive published by Bloodaxe

Music 2:
Born, never Asked by Laurie Anderson from the album Big Science. Warner Bros Records. WARNER 7599236742(1)

Reading 2:
An extract from What is Man? from the book The Mind of God written by Paul Davies. Page 259. Published by Penguin.

Music 3:
Rhapsody in Blue compsed by George Gershwin. From the album Gershwins Greatest Hits. Track 1. Label: RCA.RCA CD89442 (1)

Music 4:
Conquest of Paradise by Vangelis. From the album Vangelis Portraits (So Long Ago, So Clear). Track 10. Published on Polydor. 5311512 (1)

Reading 3:
An extract from Hiddenness from Materials by Mark Oakley, from his book The Collage of God. P 8. Published by Dartman Longman, Todd.

Music 5:
Amelia Earthart's Last Flight composed by (David McEnery) and Stansy Music Corp. From the album Plainsong: On Air (BBC Recordings). Label: Band of Joy BOJCD005 (1)

Reading 4:
The Skies and The Roads by Necip Fazil Kisakurek. From the collection The Star and The Crescent: An Anthology of Modern Turkish Poetry published by Constable and Co. p23.

Reading 5:
What Then? by WB Yeats. From the collection Poetry 1900-1975. Page 37. Published by Longman.

Music 6:
Grösse Fugue, op 133.Composed by Beethoven. From the album Beethoven String Quartets. Performed by the Medici String Quartet. Label; NUMBUS N15254 (1).
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