Tonight my guests were Sharon Paul and Betsy Scott. They have both recently completed the two year course in Christian Studies run by the Diocese of Chelmsford. They told us it is 30 years since this course began and over 2,000 people have been students. They both said how much they had enjoyed it. They described a typical evening, which included prayer, chocolate biscuits and marshmallows, good fellowship and fascinating theology. The course had clearly been important within their journeys of faith. It was a significant step along the way as they sought to know more about God’s desires for their lives. They had chosen two interesting tracks for us to hear. They were also converts to Phoenix98FM!
Booker T & MGs – Crazy
Katie Melua – A million bicycles
Faith Hill & Tim McGraw – Keep my eyes on you. This track is from the soundtrack to the film ‘The Shack’ and was chosen by Sharon.
Hillsong Worship – What a beautiful name – chosen by Betsy.
Shires – Made in England
Andrew Gold – Thank you for being a friend
Imagination – Just an illusion
Shakatak – Easier said than done
Tornados – Telstar – requested by Phyl
Steeley Dan – Rikki don’t loose that number
Sophie Griffiths – A change is gonna come – an exclusive track. A soulful rendition of a classic track from 15 years old Sophie of a song written by Sam Cooke.
Sam Cooke – What a wonderful world it would be.
Sandie Shaw – Long live love – requested by Patrick
Joe Stilgoe – Waterloo sunset – a welcome return play of a Friday night classic.
Lisa Harman – Save the last waltz for me – yet another exclusive play of an original track from the multi-talented Lisa.
Travelling Wilburys – End of the line – vocals from Tom Petty
Carly Simon – You’re so vain – requested by Chris, but who for?
Paul Simon – Call me Al – for birthday boy today Paul. Listeners were staggered to know Paul is 76 years old today.
Traffic – Paper sun
Steve Winwood – Valerie
Lady Antebellum – Lay our flowers down – from the soundtrack of ‘The Shack’
George Martin – Theme 1.
Join Jonty and I next week for another two hours of good music and chat for your Friday evening entertainment.