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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 19th October 2008
Tradition and Reform

Today’s programme was presented by Mark Tully. In this programme Mark speaks with Rabbi Miriam Berger.

The readers were David Westhead and Adjoa Andoh.

Readings and Music

Reading 1: ‘What the Evangelists Said’ from ‘There is Anger That Moves’ by Kei Miller. Carcanet Press

Music 1: ‘’The Old Ways’ by Loreena McKennitt. Track 8 from the album ‘The Visit’. QR LC4281

Reading 2: ‘Convent Girl’ by Gillian Allnutt From ‘Sojourner’ Bloodaxe

Music 2:‘Up in Jerusalem’ by Mahalia Jackson. From the album ‘Gospels and Spirituals’ DEJAVU RETRO. R2CD

Reading 3: ‘Shikwa and Jawab-Shikwa’ Mohammed Iqbal

Music 3: ‘Tere Ishq Nachaya’ by ‘Abida Parveen’. MUSIC TODAY

Music 4: ‘The 23rd Psalm’ by Heinrich Schalit.

Music 5: ‘Sacred Service – Part II’ by Ernest Bloch. Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. From the album ‘Sacred Service’ CHANDOS CHAN10288X.

Reading 4: ‘Asking Back’ from ‘Traces of Heaven’ by Carola Moosbach. SPCK.

Music 6: ‘Lux Aeterna’, track 13 from ‘Chant’ by the Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz.

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