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After the fire – Feelgood Saturday 26th November

It was back to 1985 for this morning’s song that was Acceptable in the 80s – a UK top 40 hit single that you probably hadn’t heard in a while. My clues were that before going solo this R&B artist had known all about three of the classical elements, and that the song contains ancient tales of hidden Chinese love.*

Despite believing that the run up to Christams shouldn’t start before December I did play a new Christmas song, by a band called Amazi, proceeds from which are going to the RSVP Trust’s clean water projects in Africa. Hil Jennings and Steve Meacham from the band will be joining me on next week’s Feelgood Saturday to talk about Christmas Angel and the work of RSVP.

Also on next week’s show we’ll be talking about fashion, with someone who knows all about what and what not to wear – Michelle Flynn from Shenfield was recently awarded the title London’s Best Dressed Banker, beating some big names including Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King!

*The three classical elements in my clue to the Acceptable in the 80s artist were Earth, Wind and Fire, the band of which Philip Bailey had been a member; and ancient tales of hidden Chinese love is a line from his beautiful song, Walking on the Chinese Wall.

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After the fire – Feelgood Saturday 26th November

It was back to 1985 for this morning’s song that was Acceptable in the 80s – a UK top 40 hit single that you probably hadn’t heard in a while. My clues were that before going solo this R&B artist had known all about three of the classical elements, and that the song contains ancient tales of hidden Chinese love.*

Despite believing that the run up to Christams shouldn’t start before December I did play a new Christmas song, by a band called Amazi, proceeds from which are going to the RSVP Trust’s clean water projects in Africa. Hil Jennings and Steve Meacham from the band will be joining me on next week’s Feelgood Saturday to talk about Christmas Angel and the work of RSVP.

Also on next week’s show we’ll be talking about fashion, with someone who knows all about what and what not to wear – Michelle Flynn from Shenfield was recently awarded the title London’s Best Dressed Banker, beating some big names including Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King!

*The three classical elements in my clue to the Acceptable in the 80s artist were Earth, Wind and Fire, the band of which Philip Bailey had been a member; and ancient tales of hidden Chinese love is a line from his beautiful song, Walking on the Chinese Wall.

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After the fire – Feelgood Saturday 26th November

It was back to 1985 for this morning’s song that was Acceptable in the 80s – a UK top 40 hit single that you probably hadn’t heard in a while. My clues were that before going solo this R&B artist had known all about three of the classical elements, and that the song contains ancient tales of hidden Chinese love.*

Despite believing that the run up to Christams shouldn’t start before December I did play a new Christmas song, by a band called Amazi, proceeds from which are going to the RSVP Trust’s clean water projects in Africa. Hil Jennings and Steve Meacham from the band will be joining me on next week’s Feelgood Saturday to talk about Christmas Angel and the work of RSVP.

Also on next week’s show we’ll be talking about fashion, with someone who knows all about what and what not to wear – Michelle Flynn from Shenfield was recently awarded the title London’s Best Dressed Banker, beating some big names including Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King!

*The three classical elements in my clue to the Acceptable in the 80s artist were Earth, Wind and Fire, the band of which Philip Bailey had been a member; and ancient tales of hidden Chinese love is a line from his beautiful song, Walking on the Chinese Wall.

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After the fire – Feelgood Saturday 26th November

It was back to 1985 for this morning’s song that was Acceptable in the 80s – a UK top 40 hit single that you probably hadn’t heard in a while. My clues were that before going solo this R&B artist had known all about three of the classical elements, and that the song contains ancient tales of hidden Chinese love.*

Despite believing that the run up to Christams shouldn’t start before December I did play a new Christmas song, by a band called Amazi, proceeds from which are going to the RSVP Trust’s clean water projects in Africa. Hil Jennings and Steve Meacham from the band will be joining me on next week’s Feelgood Saturday to talk about Christmas Angel and the work of RSVP.

Also on next week’s show we’ll be talking about fashion, with someone who knows all about what and what not to wear – Michelle Flynn from Shenfield was recently awarded the title London’s Best Dressed Banker, beating some big names including Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King!

*The three classical elements in my clue to the Acceptable in the 80s artist were Earth, Wind and Fire, the band of which Philip Bailey had been a member; and ancient tales of hidden Chinese love is a line from his beautiful song, Walking on the Chinese Wall.

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