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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, taking a spiritual theme and exploring it through music, prose and poetry.
Programme details: Sunday 3 September 2006
Truth Lies Somewhere was presented by Mark Tully. The readers were Colin McFarlane, Siobhan Redmond and Frank Stirling.

Music 1:
The Eyes of Truth by Enigma. Track 2 from the CD The Cross of Changes. All songs written by Curly Michael Cretu. VIRGIN CDVIR20 (1)

Reading 1:
Chapter 2 from Being Good by Simon Blackburn. P19 - 23, published by OUP.

Music 2:
The Duke of Marlborough Fanfare by Percy Grainger, track 1 from the CD Orchestral Works. Performed by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. CHANDOS CHAN9493.

Reading 2:
An extract from Iron Potassium Nickel by Primo Levi. P 6-7. Published by Penguin.

Music 3:
Give Me Some Truth by John Lennon. Track 6 from the CD Imagine. Published by EMI Records and from the label EMI Records. Written by John Lennon.

Reading 3:
Perfection by Elizabeth Jennings. From the collection Timely Issues published by Carcanet. P59.

Music 4:
The Princes in the Tower from Richard III by Sir William Walton's film music Vol. 4. Performed by the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Track 5 from the CD Richard III CHANDOS CHAN8841.

Reading 4:
If nobody speaks of remarkable things by Jon McGregor. P255. Published by Bloomsbury .

Music 5:
Truth by Neil Finn. Track 9 from the CD Try Whistling This. PARLOPHONE 4951392.

Reading 5:
Answers by Mary Oliver from the New and Selected Poems. P235. Published by Beacon.

Music 6:
This is the truth sent from above. Arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Performed by the Choir of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle . Volume 4 of Christmas Joy. CD. Track 3. PRIORY PRCD671.

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