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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 24 February 2008
The World’s Well

Today’s programme was presented by Mike Wooldridge.

The readers were Adjoa Andoh, William Gaminara and Emily Raymond.

Readings

Reading 1
: ‘Where There’s a Will’ by John Mortimer. Viking, Penguin

Reading 2: ‘A Different World’ from ‘Geldof in Africa’ Century/BBC Books

Reading 3: ‘Shopper’ by Connie Bensley from ‘100 Poems that could save your life’. Bloodaxe.

Reading 4: ‘One Journey Home’ by Jean Vanier. Hodder and Stoughton

Reading 5: ‘Nervous Conditions’ by Tsitsi Dangaremba. Published by Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd in 1988.


Music

Music 1: ‘Doctor, Doctor’ by The Who. Track 15 from the album ‘A Quick One’. POLYDOR 5277582

Music 2: ‘I’ve Still Got My Health’ by Bette Midler’. Track 3 taken from the soundtrack to ‘Beaches’. ATLANTIC 7819332

Music 3: ‘Music as Medicine’ by Nawang Khechog.

Music 4: ‘Bowmboi’ by Rokia Troare.

Music 5: ‘Managalam’ by Ravi Shankar. From the CD ‘Chants of India’ ANGEL CTMCD340.

Music 6: ‘Prayer for the Healing of the Sick’ by John Tavener. Taken from the album ‘A Garland for Linda’. EMI CDC5569612


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