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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 May 2008
TO CHANGE OR NOT TO CHANGE

Today’s programme was presented by Mark Tully.

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

Readings

Reading 1: 'Unchanged' by Fredrich Martin Von Bodenstedt.

Reading 2: 'Indian Summer' by Dorothy Parker From 'Enough Rope'. Pollinger Ltd.

Reading 3: 'Why Are The Clergy' by Stevie Smith From 'Stevie Smith Selected Poems'. Published by Penguin.

Reading 4: 'Challenges for the Future' by Pope Benedict XVI From 'Let God’s Light Shine Forth' by Robert Moynihan. Published by Hutchinson (Random House).

Reading 5: 'Working Together' by David Whyte from 'The House of Belonging'. Published by Many Rivers Press.

Reading 6: 'Realistic Spirituality' by Gethin Abraham-Williams From 'Spirituality Or Religion? Do we have the right to choose?'. John Hunt O-Books

Music

Music 1: 'Requiem in C Minor' by Luigi Cherubini. From the album 'Cherubini: Marche Funebre/Requiem – Croydon Singers' HYPERION CDA66805

Music 2: 'I'm Your Man' by Leonard Cohen. From the album I'm Your Man. COLUMBIA.

Music 3: 'Communion' by Anne Dudley. From the album 'Ancient and Modern' ECHO ECHCD3.

Music 4: 'Raga Mishra Khamaj' by Pandit Shivkumar Sharma and Rahul Sharma. From the album Santoor Viraasat. NINNAAD.

Music 5: 'Vox Dicentis – Clama' by Naylor. From the album 'The English Anthem' performed by the St Paul's Cathedral Choir. HYPERION CDA66374
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