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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 17 February 2008
Serpents and Doves

Today’s programme was presented by Mark Tully.

The readers were David Holt and Frank Stirling.

Readings

Reading 1
: ‘The Successful man has thrust himself’ by Stephen Crane from ‘War is Kind and Other Lines’ by Stephen Crane.

Reading 2: ‘‘The Life of Thomas More’ by Peter Ackroyd. Published by Vintage.

Reading 3: ‘What makes a Saint’ By Michael Ramsey from ‘Through the year with Michael Ramsey’ Ed Margaret Duggan. Published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1975, but now out of print.

Reading 4: ‘‘Ten Years Later’ By David Whyte from ‘The House of Belonging’ Many Rivers Press.


Music

Music 1: ‘Calman the Wolf’ by Savourna Stevenson. From the album ‘Calman the Dove’. COOKING VINYL COOKCD137

Music 2: ‘The Door Opens and Potiphar’s Wife Steals In’ by Strauss. From the album ‘Joseph’s Legende’ DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 4634932

Music 3: ‘Tribute to Ceasar’ by Arvo Part. From the album ‘Music for Unaccompanied Choir’.NAXOS 8570239

Music 4: ‘Nawang Khechog’ The Dalai Lama of Tibet

Music 5: ‘’As Wise as a Servant’ by Gerry Rafferty. From the album ‘Right Down the Line’ EMI CDP7932642

Music 6: Calman the Dove’ by Savourna Stevenso. From the album ‘Calman the Dove’. COOKING VINYL COOKCD137


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