Philip WS Davies, author of Destiny’s Rebel, Destiny’s Revenge and Destiny’s Ruin joined me tonight. Having been a Vicar, Philip was concerned that his churches had little engagement with young people. Inspired by the story telling of Jesus, he decided to write stories that explored themes beyond those normally within this genre. This led eventually to the the Katelin trilogy, which follow through the life and decision made by the main character, born a princess but wishing to make her own life decisions. Philip only began writing in 2009. Loving the experience he made a brave decision to become a full-time writer in 2012. He told us that he did not regret the decision. His books are available on Amazon. For more information and signed copies, contact him directly via www.philipsdavies.com and also find him on Facebook an Twitter.
Walk off the Earth – Happy – for Alison in Lincoln.
Roger Whittaker – New World in the morning – requested by Phyl in London.
Katrina & the Waves – Walking on sunshine – chosen by Philip.
Abba – Slipping through my fingers – chosen by Philip.
Eric Carman – All by myself – chosen by Philip.
Fleetwood Mac – Everywhere – requested by Chris & Bob in Harlow for Mark, celebrating his birthday.
Phil Collins – Another day in paradise.
Niall Horan, 27 this week. We heard One Direction – History. Guesses ranged from 26-31 years.
Jenifer Hudson, celebrating her 39th birthday, We played I can’t stop the rain. Guesses ranged from 28-40 years.
Peter Cetara celebrated his 76th birthday. We heard Chicago – If you leave me now. Guesses ranged from 64 to 71 years.
Thanks to Chris, Bob, Mark and Rhia in Harlow, Patrick in Ingatestone and Chris in Byfleet for taking part. Chris from Bylfleet had the ages correct for Niall and Jennifer. Mark was the closest with Peter. With 6 points Chris was our winner tonight.
Red House Blues Duo – I don’t want to know about evil.
Neilsson – Put the lime in the coconut. Patrick requested another track by Neilsson which was unavailable. He would this track very unusual.
No 1 this week in 1975 – Rod Stewart – Sailing.
No 9. David Essex – Hold me close
No 12 Stylistics – Can’t give you anything but my love.
HeatherLynn – Paper Boat. From her new EP released today ‘Dance of the Deep’.
Lisa Harman – What the word needs now is love, sweet love.
Join me next week when my guest is Phoenix98FM’s own Nigel Fitzmaurice, together with his partner Lisa. Nigel will tell us about his Cov19 experience and the wonderful care and support he has received. Join Nigel on this station on Sunday evenings.