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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 4 November 2007
In the Midst of Life We are In Debt

Today’s programme was presented by Judith French.

The readers were Liza Sadovy and Paul Shelley.

Readings:

Reading 1: INDISCRETIONS OF ARCHIE, PG Wodehouse, first publ 1921, Penguin 1975, ISBN 0 14 00.2046 2

Reading 2: Exodus, 22.25

Reading 3: Leviticus 25.37

Reading 4: Deuteronomy 23.19

Reading 5: St Matthew’s Gospel Ch 21, v12,13

Reading 6: D’Blossier Tovey’s Anglia Judaica, or History of the Jews in England, published in 1738 and re-told in modern English by Elizabeth Pearl

Reading 7: The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist by Robert Tressell, first publ. 1914, Panther (Granada Publishing) 1979, ISBN 0 586 01811 5

Actuality: News coverage about Northern Rock from World at One.

Reading 8: Ledge Psychology performed & written by Bob Newhart from Something Like This


Music:

Music 1: We’re In the Money from Forty-second Street

Music 2:One Dime Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson

Music 3: Or Kol Nidre by Max Bruch

Music 4: Beethoven’s Rage over a Lost Penny, also known a Rondoa Capriccio

Music 5:Sixteen Tons sung by Tennissee Ernie Ford

Music 6: The Introit from Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D Minor.

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