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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 11 May 2008
One foot in front

Today’s programme was presented by Mark Tully.

The readers were Emily Raymond and David Westhead.

Readings

Reading 1: ‘‘Wanderlust: A History of Walking’ by Rebecca Solnit Verso

Reading 2: ‘‘With the Jarrow Marchers’, an section of the Guardian ‘Century’. 1936.

Reading 3: ‘‘Clear Light of Day’ by Anita Desai, Heinemann 1980

Reading 4: ‘Walking in this world’ by Julia Cameron, Rider and Co

Reading 5: ‘‘Sligo Glen: Walking into Silence’ by David Whyte, Many Rivers Press

Music

Music 1: ‘Walking Tune’ by Percy Granger.
From the album ‘Granger: Works for Chanmber Ensemble 2’ JONES/HILL/ASMF CHAMBER ENSEMBLE. CHANDOS CHAN9819

Music 2: ‘Caractacus Scene VI Chorus, The March Triumphal Thunders. By Elgar.
From the album ‘Caractacus’. EMI CMS7638072

Music 3: ‘Jarrow Song’ by Alan Price.
From ‘The Best of Alan Price. MUSIC CLUB MCCD109

Music 4: ‘Walking Song’ by Kate and Anna McGarrigle.
From the album ‘Dancer With Bruised Knees’. EARNER 7599259582.

Music 5: ‘Eine Alpensinfonie’ by Strauss.
From the album ‘Alpine Symphony’ PHILIPS 4161562

Music 6: ‘Santiago’ by Loreena McKennitt.
From the album ‘The Mask and the Mirror’. Quinlan Road.




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