Brentwood, 12.12pm: 12°C, light intensity shower rain

Friday Night Extra 20.9.19 with Rob Saggs from Chesshomeless.



Rob returned to the show to give us an update on the work of Chesshomeless.

The charity was originally launched 21 years ago by a group of churches in Chelmsford providing accommodation during the winter in church halls. The ministry has grown over the years where 30 beds can be provided throughout the year. There are many ways to support the work, which now includes working with those on the streets in Maldon, Epping and Braintree as well as Chelmsford. Over 80 people are involved in regular volunteering alongside the 19 paid staff. Registration is now available for the sleepout on Friday 22nd of November in the grounds of Chelmsford cathedral. If you would like to know more about the charity and support the work in anyway, phone 01245 281104 email: administration@chesshomeless.org

Tonight’s playlist
Paul Carrrick – Tell somebody who cares
Phil Collins – Another day in paradise
Herb Alpert and Tijuana Brass – Spanish flee – requested by Phyl
London Grammar – Bittersweet Symphony – chosen by Rob
King and Country – Already home – chosen by Rob
Jamie Cullum – Pure imagination – chosen by Rob. Amie recognised this as a very different version of the sing featured in the film ‘Charlie and the chocolate factory’.
ECHO – People get ready
DP Big band -Midnight in Moscow – from the new album just released and a preview of next week’s show.
La La Land soundtrack – Another day of sun – dedicated to Patrick
Cars – Drive – remembering Ric Ocasek RIP
Darius Rucker – Alright
Thompson Twins – Doctor doctor – Allanah Currie, 62 today.
Johnny Dankworth Orchestra – African Waltz – 1961 hit from Johnny, born this day in 1927, passed away in 2010.
Gary Jules – Mad world
Chart this week in 1986
No 1 Dancing in the Street – Mick Jagger & David Bowie
No 6. UB40 & Chrissie Hynde – I got you babe
No 15 Kate Bush – Running up that hill
Ralph McTell – Streets of London

Sly and the Family Stone – Everyday people
The Beatles – Eleanor Rigby
Queen – Is this the world we created?

Join me next week when my studio guest is David Pikthall. He will be talking about the new big band album DPBB live.

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