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Harlem Globetrotters and David Domoney

Chris chats to the basketballin' Harlem Globetrotters and David Domoney shares some top gardening tips.

Chris was joined in the studio by the Harlem Globetrotters to talk about what we can expect on their latest UK tour, what it's like being two of the best basketball movers in the world and they even taught Chris a few basketball tricks. David Domoney encourages us to get outdoors for the start of National Gardening Week. He talks about the exciting ways we can stay fit while gardening and shares some interesting things we can do to get our kids into the gardening spirit. We hear your top tenuous claims for famous fathers and sons. Vassos is joined in the Sports Locker by British Olympic eventing rider Gemma Tattersall and today's Pause For Thought comes from Brian D'arcy.

2 hours, 59 minutes

Music Played

  • Prince & The Revolution

    Take Me With U

    • 4Ever.
    • Warner Bros.
  • John Newman

    Fire In Me

    • Revolve.
    • Island.
  • Led Zeppelin

    Immigrant Song

    • Led Zeppelin - Early Days.
    • Atlantic.
  • Electric Light Orchestra


    • Light Years - The Very Best Of ELO.
    • Epic.
  • Lenny Kravitz

    Are You Gonna Go My Way

    • (CD Single).
    • Virgin.
  • Nick Lowe

    Cruel To Be Kind

    • Fantastic 70's (Various Artists).
    • Sony Tv/Columbia.
    • 9.
  • Craig David


    • The Time Is Now.
    • Insanity Records.
  • The Who

    Who Are You

    • CSI: O.S.T. (Various Artists).
    • Hip-O-Records.
    • 9.
  • Al Wilson

    The Snake

    • The Best Northern Soul All-Nighter (V.
    • Virgin.
  • Cam


    • (CD Single).
    • Sony.
  • Bon Jovi

    You Give Love A Bad Name

    • Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet.
    • Mercury.
    • 2.
  • Christina Aguilera


    • Back To Basics.
    • RCA.
  • Perry Como

    Papa Loves Mambo

    • The Best Of Cult Fiction (Various).
    • Virgin.
  • Ariana Grande

    No Tears Left To Cry

    • (CD Single).
    • Republic Records.
  • Ray Charles

    Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Belinda Carlisle

    We Want The Same Thing

    • A Place On Earth - Greatest Hits.
    • Virgin.
  • Eddie & the Hot Rods

    Do Anything You Wanna Do

    • Beautiful Game (Various Artists).
    • Universal.
  • David Essex

    Hold Me Close

    • 70's Number Ones Vol 2.
    • Old Gold.
  • Travis

    Flowers In The Window

    • (CD Single).
    • Independiente.
  • Kim Wilde

    Kandy Krush

    • Here Come The Aliens.
    • Wildeflower Records.
  • U2

    With Or Without You

    • U2 - The Joshua Tree.
    • Island.
  • AC/DC

    It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)

    • High Voltage.
  • Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    She Taught Me How To Fly

    • Who Built The Moon?.
    • Sour Mash Records.
  • Level 42

    Running In The Family

    • Heaven (Various Artists).
    • Spectrum.

Pause for Thought

Pause for Thought

From Father Brian D’Arcy, a Catholic Passionist priest:

There is a prayer which Christians say regularly and which disturbs me greatly when I think about it. It’s the Lord’s Prayer.

The part which disturbs me most is this: “Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us”. That means I am asking God to forgive me in the same measure as I have forgiven others. That could be a blessing or a curse.

Forgiveness is absolutely essential for healthy living but is never easy. There’s no cheap forgiveness. There is no quick fix. It comes slowly and has to be constantly renewed. Generally we cannot forgive on our own. We need help to do it.

You’ve often heard people say, “forgive and forget.” I don’t agree. Forgiveness is not the same as forgetting. Part of the process is to let go of festering hurts but that’s not the same as forgetting. Forgiveness is remembering and still letting go. It requires a change of heart because what we don’t transform we transmit.

Be proactive but not indifferent.  Nor should we allow those who hurt us to keep on doing it; equally, we have to accept that those who hurt us are often good people themselves. So keep a balance.

When I forgive someone I’m actually giving myself a fresh start; logically then I have to give the other person a fresh start too.  Don’t develop a martyr complex.   

This next step is the most difficult one to put into practice. I need to be willing to allow those who hurt me to live in peace so that I can have peace in my life. Just let of the past go and enjoy the present. It’s foolish to think we can hold unto the memory and not be consumed by the hurt.

Saying sorry is the easy part because it leaves me in control; asking for forgiveness hands control to the other. That makes me vulnerable.

To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover the prisoner was me. When you forgive you don’t change the past but you sure do change the future.


  • Mon 30 Apr 2018 06:30

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