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One 2 Three Friday 18. 3 22 National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.

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National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.
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Patrick Sherring

 

The Dean of Chelmsford, Nicholas Henshaw talked about the National Day of Reflection. His view is that it is really important to stop and reflect on all that we have been through in the past two years. It is like we are all suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome and we cannot start the healing process until we recognise the reality, reflecting on all we have experienced and the differences this has made to our lives. Following the lead of Marie Curie, Chelmsford Cathedral, along will the Salvation Army, will be hosting activities in the cathedral grounds and building to give space to pause, reflect and remember. There will be a short service at midday with the the Salvation Army band  and the Cathedral music scholars in the grounds. A second service at 7pm, attended by the Mayor or Chelmsford and other civic leaders, will end just before 8pm, where the congregation will be able to participate in a period of national refection organised by Marie Curie to light a candle on your window sill or doorstep. For more information, visit www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk

Playlist

Seal – Fly like an eagle

Fiske – Unbroken 

Boston – More than a feeling. Chosen by Nicholas because it was the first record he bought. Rolling Stone ranked this song at number 212 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Evanescence – My immortal. Chosen by Nicholas who has a great love of heavy metal music.

Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street. Chosen by Nicholas. He sees this as a song about displacement and home. He also told an interesting story about the circumstances when and where he first heard the track!

The Friday Teaser

Adam Clayton bassist of U2, celebrated his 62nd birthday. We heard With or without you  from their 1987 album The Joshua tree. Rolling Stone ranked the song at number 131 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Danny Jones, vocalist ang guitarist with McFly celebrated hid 36th birthday. We heard the Bands 2005 UK no 1 version of Carole King’s You’ve got a friend. This song, as recorded by James Taylor, won the Grammy award for best song in 1972.

 

Above, James Taylor in 1974.  Below in 2022. He recently celebrated is 74th birthday. We heard his first release Fire and rain, from the 1970 album Sweet baby James.

 

 

Thanks to Nicholas in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow, June in Tottenham, Patrick in Ingatestone and drive presenter Stewart for taking part in the competition. Bob was our winner with four points.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

ECHO – I got the sweetest feeling. Check out last week’s show, where I chatted to the band, who are searching for a new keyboard player.

Paul Bell – The birds still sing. Written and recorded in lockdown.

Lauren Housley – This ain’t the life.

Pauline phoned in to remind us of the Billericay High Street Market happening tomorrow.

The chart this week in

 

No 1 Rolling Stones – This could be the last time

No 2 Tom Jones – It’s not unusual 

No 3 Animals – Don’t let me be misunderstood.  Number 322 in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Average White Band – Pick up the pieces. 

 

Next week my guest in Jackie-Dee Thornton, Chaplain at ARU in Chelmsford. She is running a half marathon to raise money for the wilderness Foundation UK because they give young people the opportunity to flourish. www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 18. 3 22 National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

The Dean of Chelmsford, Nicholas Henshaw talked about the National Day of Reflection. His view is that it is really important to stop and reflect on all that we have been through in the past two years. It is like we are all suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome and we cannot start the healing process until we recognise the reality, reflecting on all we have experienced and the differences this has made to our lives. Following the lead of Marie Curie, Chelmsford Cathedral, along will the Salvation Army, will be hosting activities in the cathedral grounds and building to give space to pause, reflect and remember. There will be a short service at midday with the the Salvation Army band  and the Cathedral music scholars in the grounds. A second service at 7pm, attended by the Mayor or Chelmsford and other civic leaders, will end just before 8pm, where the congregation will be able to participate in a period of national refection organised by Marie Curie to light a candle on your window sill or doorstep. For more information, visit www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk

Playlist

Seal – Fly like an eagle

Fiske – Unbroken 

Boston – More than a feeling. Chosen by Nicholas because it was the first record he bought. Rolling Stone ranked this song at number 212 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Evanescence – My immortal. Chosen by Nicholas who has a great love of heavy metal music.

Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street. Chosen by Nicholas. He sees this as a song about displacement and home. He also told an interesting story about the circumstances when and where he first heard the track!

The Friday Teaser

Adam Clayton bassist of U2, celebrated his 62nd birthday. We heard With or without you  from their 1987 album The Joshua tree. Rolling Stone ranked the song at number 131 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Danny Jones, vocalist ang guitarist with McFly celebrated hid 36th birthday. We heard the Bands 2005 UK no 1 version of Carole King’s You’ve got a friend. This song, as recorded by James Taylor, won the Grammy award for best song in 1972.

 

Above, James Taylor in 1974.  Below in 2022. He recently celebrated is 74th birthday. We heard his first release Fire and rain, from the 1970 album Sweet baby James.

 

 

Thanks to Nicholas in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow, June in Tottenham, Patrick in Ingatestone and drive presenter Stewart for taking part in the competition. Bob was our winner with four points.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

ECHO – I got the sweetest feeling. Check out last week’s show, where I chatted to the band, who are searching for a new keyboard player.

Paul Bell – The birds still sing. Written and recorded in lockdown.

Lauren Housley – This ain’t the life.

Pauline phoned in to remind us of the Billericay High Street Market happening tomorrow.

The chart this week in

 

No 1 Rolling Stones – This could be the last time

No 2 Tom Jones – It’s not unusual 

No 3 Animals – Don’t let me be misunderstood.  Number 322 in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Average White Band – Pick up the pieces. 

 

Next week my guest in Jackie-Dee Thornton, Chaplain at ARU in Chelmsford. She is running a half marathon to raise money for the wilderness Foundation UK because they give young people the opportunity to flourish. www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 18. 3 22 National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

The Dean of Chelmsford, Nicholas Henshaw talked about the National Day of Reflection. His view is that it is really important to stop and reflect on all that we have been through in the past two years. It is like we are all suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome and we cannot start the healing process until we recognise the reality, reflecting on all we have experienced and the differences this has made to our lives. Following the lead of Marie Curie, Chelmsford Cathedral, along will the Salvation Army, will be hosting activities in the cathedral grounds and building to give space to pause, reflect and remember. There will be a short service at midday with the the Salvation Army band  and the Cathedral music scholars in the grounds. A second service at 7pm, attended by the Mayor or Chelmsford and other civic leaders, will end just before 8pm, where the congregation will be able to participate in a period of national refection organised by Marie Curie to light a candle on your window sill or doorstep. For more information, visit www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk

Playlist

Seal – Fly like an eagle

Fiske – Unbroken 

Boston – More than a feeling. Chosen by Nicholas because it was the first record he bought. Rolling Stone ranked this song at number 212 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Evanescence – My immortal. Chosen by Nicholas who has a great love of heavy metal music.

Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street. Chosen by Nicholas. He sees this as a song about displacement and home. He also told an interesting story about the circumstances when and where he first heard the track!

The Friday Teaser

Adam Clayton bassist of U2, celebrated his 62nd birthday. We heard With or without you  from their 1987 album The Joshua tree. Rolling Stone ranked the song at number 131 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Danny Jones, vocalist ang guitarist with McFly celebrated hid 36th birthday. We heard the Bands 2005 UK no 1 version of Carole King’s You’ve got a friend. This song, as recorded by James Taylor, won the Grammy award for best song in 1972.

 

Above, James Taylor in 1974.  Below in 2022. He recently celebrated is 74th birthday. We heard his first release Fire and rain, from the 1970 album Sweet baby James.

 

 

Thanks to Nicholas in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow, June in Tottenham, Patrick in Ingatestone and drive presenter Stewart for taking part in the competition. Bob was our winner with four points.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

ECHO – I got the sweetest feeling. Check out last week’s show, where I chatted to the band, who are searching for a new keyboard player.

Paul Bell – The birds still sing. Written and recorded in lockdown.

Lauren Housley – This ain’t the life.

Pauline phoned in to remind us of the Billericay High Street Market happening tomorrow.

The chart this week in

 

No 1 Rolling Stones – This could be the last time

No 2 Tom Jones – It’s not unusual 

No 3 Animals – Don’t let me be misunderstood.  Number 322 in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Average White Band – Pick up the pieces. 

 

Next week my guest in Jackie-Dee Thornton, Chaplain at ARU in Chelmsford. She is running a half marathon to raise money for the wilderness Foundation UK because they give young people the opportunity to flourish. www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 18. 3 22 National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
National Day of Reflection with Nicholas Henshaw.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

The Dean of Chelmsford, Nicholas Henshaw talked about the National Day of Reflection. His view is that it is really important to stop and reflect on all that we have been through in the past two years. It is like we are all suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome and we cannot start the healing process until we recognise the reality, reflecting on all we have experienced and the differences this has made to our lives. Following the lead of Marie Curie, Chelmsford Cathedral, along will the Salvation Army, will be hosting activities in the cathedral grounds and building to give space to pause, reflect and remember. There will be a short service at midday with the the Salvation Army band  and the Cathedral music scholars in the grounds. A second service at 7pm, attended by the Mayor or Chelmsford and other civic leaders, will end just before 8pm, where the congregation will be able to participate in a period of national refection organised by Marie Curie to light a candle on your window sill or doorstep. For more information, visit www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk

Playlist

Seal – Fly like an eagle

Fiske – Unbroken 

Boston – More than a feeling. Chosen by Nicholas because it was the first record he bought. Rolling Stone ranked this song at number 212 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Evanescence – My immortal. Chosen by Nicholas who has a great love of heavy metal music.

Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street. Chosen by Nicholas. He sees this as a song about displacement and home. He also told an interesting story about the circumstances when and where he first heard the track!

The Friday Teaser

Adam Clayton bassist of U2, celebrated his 62nd birthday. We heard With or without you  from their 1987 album The Joshua tree. Rolling Stone ranked the song at number 131 in the 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Danny Jones, vocalist ang guitarist with McFly celebrated hid 36th birthday. We heard the Bands 2005 UK no 1 version of Carole King’s You’ve got a friend. This song, as recorded by James Taylor, won the Grammy award for best song in 1972.

 

Above, James Taylor in 1974.  Below in 2022. He recently celebrated is 74th birthday. We heard his first release Fire and rain, from the 1970 album Sweet baby James.

 

 

Thanks to Nicholas in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow, June in Tottenham, Patrick in Ingatestone and drive presenter Stewart for taking part in the competition. Bob was our winner with four points.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

ECHO – I got the sweetest feeling. Check out last week’s show, where I chatted to the band, who are searching for a new keyboard player.

Paul Bell – The birds still sing. Written and recorded in lockdown.

Lauren Housley – This ain’t the life.

Pauline phoned in to remind us of the Billericay High Street Market happening tomorrow.

The chart this week in

 

No 1 Rolling Stones – This could be the last time

No 2 Tom Jones – It’s not unusual 

No 3 Animals – Don’t let me be misunderstood.  Number 322 in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. 

Average White Band – Pick up the pieces. 

 

Next week my guest in Jackie-Dee Thornton, Chaplain at ARU in Chelmsford. She is running a half marathon to raise money for the wilderness Foundation UK because they give young people the opportunity to flourish. www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

 

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