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Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to Sir Ranulph Fiennes. Former RAF Flight Lieutenant John Nichol discusses the news from a faith perspective and gives the Moment of Reflection.

Each week Aled Jones plays tracks from a broad musical spectrum that celebrates both our choral traditions and the vibrant world of modern music, as well as spiritually uplifting and reflective music. He also discusses religious and ethical issues of the week with faith representatives.

On Remembrance Sunday, Aled says Good Morning Sunday to Sir Ranulph Fiennes, whose father was killed in action in the Second World War, before Sir Ranulph was born. Mark Knopfler talks about the inspiration behind his two Remembrance themed songs. And former RAF Flight Lieutenant John Nichol, who was shot down in Iraq during the first Gulf War, discusses the week's news from a faith and ethics perspective and gives the Moment of Reflection.

2 hours, 5 minutes

Last on

Sun 8 Nov 2009 07:00

Music Played

  • The Holmes Brothers

    Peace, Love and Understanding

  • Dusty Springfield

    Broken Blossoms

  • The Hamilton Academy Youth Choir

    Behold The Mountain Of The Lord

  • The Soldiers

    He Ain't Heavy

  • Fran├žoise Hardy

    Dans Le Monde Entier

  • Bandaged

    All You Need Is Love

  • Carole Becker-Douglas

    In The Still Of Night

    • Tioram to Mingulay.
    • Scotdisc.
  • The Righteous Brothers

    Unchained Melody

    • Rediscover The 60's - With A Little H.
    • Old Gold.
  • The Fron Male Voice Choir

    Sailing By

  • Charles Timberlake

    Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace

  • Dan Webster

    Diamond Land

  • Emily Maguire

    Blowing In The Wind

  • Mark Knopfler

    Piper To The End

  • Matthew Little

    Deck Of Cards

  • The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

    Amazing Grace

  • Pink Martini


  • Chris de Burgh

    Where Have All The Flowers Gone

  • The Inspirational Choir

    Abide With Me