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Sunday Breakfast – 25 September 2011

Lovely morning in Essex today, sun shining, and the promise of a week of summer, as I write this, we are 3 days in Autumn!
Bumpy start to the day for me, creepy drive into Brentwood from the A12 with magpies everywhere, huddled in groups, deep in discussion, then a minor incident involving a large latte and a sweatshirt (mine) from last season as I entered the Phoenix FM building. Did anyone see that?
Shock realisation during first link of the show that indeed we are 3 calendar months from Christmas – yikes.
Onwards through the next three hours talking about everything Essex, including TOWIE (tonight), the weather (yawn), and new text abbreviations. OMG is apparently now on the way out. Or at least so we thought.
Phoenix FM’s Patrick Sherring was on hand at 7.20 and 8.20 for our weekly Thought for the Day, live from Ingatestone Parish Church, reminding us why we SHOULD be saying OMG or Oh My God. If you missed it, click here to listen again:
[audio: https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Patrick-25-sept-2011.mp3]
Patrick also spoke about an evening in Ingatestone on Wednesday 5th October to which you are invited to a bring and share supper to meet the Bishop of Chelmsford, The Right Reverend Stephen Cottrell. If you’d like to find out more about this, please go to www.ingatestoneparishchurch.org.uk and follow the link.
Ahead of a concert by the Tallis Scholars next weekend, Chelmsford Cathedral’s Director of Music, Dr Peter Nardone joined us this morning to introduce us to the beauty of Renaissance polyphony, why this choir are one of the leading chamber choirs in world, and how his own experience of singing with such groups enables him to inspire the next generation of singers and helps him direct the music in the mother church of one of the biggest dioceses in the country. The concert is at Chelmsford Cathedral on Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm – it is not be to missed; tickets available from the Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office – 01245 606505. Learn more about the music in our Anglican Cathedral at www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk.
Click here to hear Peter chatting to Ed on Sunday Breakfast:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Ed-Sunday-Breakfast-Peter-Nardone-25-September-2011.mp3]
Have a good week, until the next best day of the week and best time of day, stay fine and dandy.
Ed

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Sunday Breakfast – 25 September 2011

Lovely morning in Essex today, sun shining, and the promise of a week of summer, as I write this, we are 3 days in Autumn!
Bumpy start to the day for me, creepy drive into Brentwood from the A12 with magpies everywhere, huddled in groups, deep in discussion, then a minor incident involving a large latte and a sweatshirt (mine) from last season as I entered the Phoenix FM building. Did anyone see that?
Shock realisation during first link of the show that indeed we are 3 calendar months from Christmas – yikes.
Onwards through the next three hours talking about everything Essex, including TOWIE (tonight), the weather (yawn), and new text abbreviations. OMG is apparently now on the way out. Or at least so we thought.
Phoenix FM’s Patrick Sherring was on hand at 7.20 and 8.20 for our weekly Thought for the Day, live from Ingatestone Parish Church, reminding us why we SHOULD be saying OMG or Oh My God. If you missed it, click here to listen again:
[audio: https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Patrick-25-sept-2011.mp3]
Patrick also spoke about an evening in Ingatestone on Wednesday 5th October to which you are invited to a bring and share supper to meet the Bishop of Chelmsford, The Right Reverend Stephen Cottrell. If you’d like to find out more about this, please go to www.ingatestoneparishchurch.org.uk and follow the link.
Ahead of a concert by the Tallis Scholars next weekend, Chelmsford Cathedral’s Director of Music, Dr Peter Nardone joined us this morning to introduce us to the beauty of Renaissance polyphony, why this choir are one of the leading chamber choirs in world, and how his own experience of singing with such groups enables him to inspire the next generation of singers and helps him direct the music in the mother church of one of the biggest dioceses in the country. The concert is at Chelmsford Cathedral on Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm – it is not be to missed; tickets available from the Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office – 01245 606505. Learn more about the music in our Anglican Cathedral at www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk.
Click here to hear Peter chatting to Ed on Sunday Breakfast:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Ed-Sunday-Breakfast-Peter-Nardone-25-September-2011.mp3]
Have a good week, until the next best day of the week and best time of day, stay fine and dandy.
Ed

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Sunday Breakfast – 25 September 2011

Lovely morning in Essex today, sun shining, and the promise of a week of summer, as I write this, we are 3 days in Autumn!
Bumpy start to the day for me, creepy drive into Brentwood from the A12 with magpies everywhere, huddled in groups, deep in discussion, then a minor incident involving a large latte and a sweatshirt (mine) from last season as I entered the Phoenix FM building. Did anyone see that?
Shock realisation during first link of the show that indeed we are 3 calendar months from Christmas – yikes.
Onwards through the next three hours talking about everything Essex, including TOWIE (tonight), the weather (yawn), and new text abbreviations. OMG is apparently now on the way out. Or at least so we thought.
Phoenix FM’s Patrick Sherring was on hand at 7.20 and 8.20 for our weekly Thought for the Day, live from Ingatestone Parish Church, reminding us why we SHOULD be saying OMG or Oh My God. If you missed it, click here to listen again:
[audio: https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Patrick-25-sept-2011.mp3]
Patrick also spoke about an evening in Ingatestone on Wednesday 5th October to which you are invited to a bring and share supper to meet the Bishop of Chelmsford, The Right Reverend Stephen Cottrell. If you’d like to find out more about this, please go to www.ingatestoneparishchurch.org.uk and follow the link.
Ahead of a concert by the Tallis Scholars next weekend, Chelmsford Cathedral’s Director of Music, Dr Peter Nardone joined us this morning to introduce us to the beauty of Renaissance polyphony, why this choir are one of the leading chamber choirs in world, and how his own experience of singing with such groups enables him to inspire the next generation of singers and helps him direct the music in the mother church of one of the biggest dioceses in the country. The concert is at Chelmsford Cathedral on Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm – it is not be to missed; tickets available from the Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office – 01245 606505. Learn more about the music in our Anglican Cathedral at www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk.
Click here to hear Peter chatting to Ed on Sunday Breakfast:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Ed-Sunday-Breakfast-Peter-Nardone-25-September-2011.mp3]
Have a good week, until the next best day of the week and best time of day, stay fine and dandy.
Ed

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Sunday Breakfast – 25 September 2011

Lovely morning in Essex today, sun shining, and the promise of a week of summer, as I write this, we are 3 days in Autumn!
Bumpy start to the day for me, creepy drive into Brentwood from the A12 with magpies everywhere, huddled in groups, deep in discussion, then a minor incident involving a large latte and a sweatshirt (mine) from last season as I entered the Phoenix FM building. Did anyone see that?
Shock realisation during first link of the show that indeed we are 3 calendar months from Christmas – yikes.
Onwards through the next three hours talking about everything Essex, including TOWIE (tonight), the weather (yawn), and new text abbreviations. OMG is apparently now on the way out. Or at least so we thought.
Phoenix FM’s Patrick Sherring was on hand at 7.20 and 8.20 for our weekly Thought for the Day, live from Ingatestone Parish Church, reminding us why we SHOULD be saying OMG or Oh My God. If you missed it, click here to listen again:
[audio: https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Patrick-25-sept-2011.mp3]
Patrick also spoke about an evening in Ingatestone on Wednesday 5th October to which you are invited to a bring and share supper to meet the Bishop of Chelmsford, The Right Reverend Stephen Cottrell. If you’d like to find out more about this, please go to www.ingatestoneparishchurch.org.uk and follow the link.
Ahead of a concert by the Tallis Scholars next weekend, Chelmsford Cathedral’s Director of Music, Dr Peter Nardone joined us this morning to introduce us to the beauty of Renaissance polyphony, why this choir are one of the leading chamber choirs in world, and how his own experience of singing with such groups enables him to inspire the next generation of singers and helps him direct the music in the mother church of one of the biggest dioceses in the country. The concert is at Chelmsford Cathedral on Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm – it is not be to missed; tickets available from the Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office – 01245 606505. Learn more about the music in our Anglican Cathedral at www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk.
Click here to hear Peter chatting to Ed on Sunday Breakfast:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Ed-Sunday-Breakfast-Peter-Nardone-25-September-2011.mp3]
Have a good week, until the next best day of the week and best time of day, stay fine and dandy.
Ed

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