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Maximum Music Monday

Wake up and embrace the day with Zoe Ball and the team. Zoe keeps the tunes rolling on Maximum Music Monday.

Wake up and embrace the day with Zoe Ball! Between 8 am and 9 am Zoe keeps the tunes rolling on Maximum Music Monday. And Zoe plays three disco classics from her personal collection in the Disco Ball at 8.30!

Zoe chats to comedian Chloe Petts about Shedinburgh, the virtual alternative to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that is happening in sheds across the country.

Plus, Zoe speaks to listeners Stephen and Joy about their exciting Mundane Monday plans.

Along with Tina Daheley on news, Richie Anderson on travel and Mike Williams on sport, she and the team have the best start to your morning. With celeb guests, quizzes, headlines, tunes chosen by listeners, and more music that you can shake a glitterball at!

There's also a daily Pause For Thought from Father Brain D'Arcy and listeners on the line, as Zoe entertains the nation with fun for the family!

2 hours, 59 minutes

Last on

Mon 17 Aug 2020 06:30

Music Played

  • Earth, Wind & Fire

    Let's Groove

    • 15th Anniversary Music Celebration (Various Artists).
    • Rhino.
  • Keith Urban

    Superman

    • The Speed Of Now Pt. 1.
    • Capitol Nashville.
  • Christopher Cross

    Ride Like The Wind

    • Christopher Cross.
    • Warner Bros.
  • DNCE

    Cake By The Ocean

    • (CD Single).
    • Republic.
    • 1.
  • Nina Simone

    Feeling Good

    • Sex And The City (Various Artists).
    • Columbia.
  • Billy Ocean

    Red Light Spells Danger

    • Billy Ocean - Love Is For Ever (L.I.F.
    • Jive.
  • Wham!

    The Edge Of Heaven

    • Wham - The Best Of Wham!.
    • Epic.
  • Kylie Minogue

    Say Something

    • DISCO.
    • BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd..
  • Toto

    Africa

    • The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ....
    • Columbia.
  • Bananarama & Fun Boy Three

    Really Saying Something

    • Bananarama - Deep Sea Skiving.
    • London.
  • Justin Timberlake

    Mirrors

    • (CD Single).
    • RCA.
    • 1.
  • Kygo & Tina Turner

    What's Love Got To Do With It

    • Golden Hour.
    • Columbia.
  • Michael Bublé

    Haven't Met You Yet

    • Crazy Love.
    • Reprise.
    • 1.
  • Miley Cyrus

    Midnight Sky

    • Plastic Hearts.
    • RCA.
  • KT Tunstall

    Black Horse and the Cherry Tree

    • (CD Single).
    • Relentless Records.
  • The Jackson 5

    Can You Feel It

    • Fantastic 80's Go For It! - Various.
    • Parlophone.
  • Jason Derulo

    Take You Dancing

    • (CD Single).
    • Atlantic.
  • Shakira

    Whenever, Wherever

    • (CD Single).
    • Epic.
  • Bobby Brown

    Two Can Play That Game

    • Now 30 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • Lily Allen

    Smile

    • (CD Single).
    • Regal.
  • Indeep

    Last Night A DJ Saved My Life

    • Soul Weekender (Various Artists).
    • Crimson.
  • Odyssey

    Going Back To My Roots

    • Greatest Hits.
    • RCA.
    • 6.
  • The Crusaders

    Street Life

    • The Very Best Of Randy Crawford.
    • Dino.
  • Anne‐Marie

    To Be Young (feat. Doja Cat)

    • (CD Single).
    • Major Toms.
  • Eternal

    Power of a Woman

    • Eternal - Greatest Hits.
    • Chrysalis.
  • Roy Orbison

    I Drove All Night

    • Now That's What I Call Music Vol.22.
    • Now.
  • One Direction

    What Makes You Beautiful

    • (CD Single).
    • Syco Music.
  • AR Rahman & The Pussycat Dolls

    Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) (feat. Nicole Scherzinger)

    • (CD Single).
    • Polydor.
    • 1.
  • Dion

    Runaround Sue

    • The Wanderers (Original S/Track).
    • Sequel Records.
  • Taylor Swift

    cardigan

    • folklore.
    • TS/Republic.
  • Anastacia

    I'm Outta Love

    • (CD Single).
    • Epic/Daylight.

Pause For Thought: 'success has many parents; failure is always an orphan'

Pause For Thought: 'success has many parents; failure is always an orphan'

God must have a wonderful sense of humour. Down here we get caught up in so much nonsense; yet God continues to love us, forgive us and laugh with us.

Isn’t it a pity then that we don’t seem to have the same ability to laugh at ourselves? I believe a sense of humour is a major defense against minor worries. 

As we know, success has many parents; failure is always an orphan. That could be the point this unknown author was making when he highlighted how ridiculous it is to attempt to capture Jesus in our own small corner of the universe. 

I hope his parable will give you a laugh this morning; but don’t laugh so loudly that you miss the point he’s making. Who can really say: ‘Jesus is ours and ours alone?’

The Italians are convinced Jesus had to be Italian because -: He talked with his hands; He made sure everyone got the best wine and he was constantly sharing meals with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

As with everything new, Californians made a strong claim on Jesus too -: He dressed like a hippy with long hair. He wore sandals and He founded another religion.

Not to be outdone, the Irish are convinced Jesus had to be one of us because -: He remained a bachelor all his life; he lived with his mother until he was 33; he was sure his mother was a saint and his mother was sure He was God.

But the most compelling claim of all comes from those who are convinced Jesus was just a mother. He was called on to feed a multitude at a moment’s notice; He kept on trying to get the message across to a bunch of men who hadn’t a clue. And even when he was dead, He rose again, because there was still more work to do.

Now you can either be upset at what you perceive to be irreverent; or you can take your cue from St Paul who said: “I have become all things to all people, so that I might by all means save some.” (I Cor:9:19).

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  • Mon 17 Aug 2020 06:30