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One 2 Three Friday 25.3.22 with Jackie-dee Thornton.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jackie-dee Thornton.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jackie, is raising funds for https://wildernessfoundation.org.uk running a half marathon.  Located on  a 400-acre site in Chatman Green, Jackie encountered the work of this charity whilst serving her curacy. They seek to ‘Transform lives through nature’. Jackie was inspired by their collaborative approach working in nature with therapeutic sessions to turn lives around. She has decided to to be one of the supporters running in the London Landmarks half Marathon on the 3rd of April. There is more information and how to help her reach the target of £1,000 on www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

Jackie told us that much of her childhood in South Africa was spent on the beach. She also loved listening to music. Her journey into ministry was unexpected for her, beginning whilst working in administration at Writtle college and worshipping at Meadgate church in Chelmsford. She began her role as chaplain at Anglia Ruskin University in Autumn 2019, where there are many international students. During the pandemic they studied on-line whilst  many remained in their home country. Jackie was able to organise on-line chaplaincy activities involving people from any countries as well as students based in the UK.  As we move into a time of opening up of activities, Jackie is looking forward to more traditional chaplaincy activities, as well as taking forward lessons from the last two years. She also has a role as one of the Associate Priests at Chelmsford Cathedral.

Playlist

Joni Mitchel – Free man in Paris – from the 1974 album Court and spark. This song is number 470 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all-time. 

The Plan – Save me now master. Sheffield based Christian band The Plan will be playing at Trinity Church in Brentwood on Saturday 23rd of April at 8pm. Charlotte Ellis and Sophie Rickets, who are organising the event, will be my guests next week. More information on Facebook @c.y.a.n_

Mango Groove – Dance sum more – this South African track was chosen by Jackie-dee as a reminder of growing up in South Africa.

Toto – Africa – Jackie said that this track painted a picture of Africa.

Al Green – Let’s stay together . Jackie chose this track as it was the first dance at her wedding reception.

Friday Teaser

Damon Albarn as a member of Blur in 1995 above.

David Albarn OBE 2022 below.

David Albarn, founder of both Blur and Gorillaz recently celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard UK no 1 from 1995 – Country house. 

Carl Palmer, founder member and drummer of both Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Asia, was recently 72 years old. We heard ELP – Fanfare for the common man – UK no 2 from 1972.

Terry Hall from the Specials and Fun Boy Three celebrated his 63rd birthday. We heard the Specials track – Gangsters. 

Our winner today was June in Tottenham with 3 points. Jackie in the studio was joined second with Bob in Harlow on one point.  Thanks to Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford who also took part.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Maris McKee – Show me heaven – requested by regular listener Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jason Mraz – Have it all

George Benson – Never give up on a good thing

Chart this week

 

No 10 Beatles – Yesterday – A USA no 1 in 1965, not released as a 45 rpm until eleven years later, where it peaked at no 10.

No 12 – Eagles – Take it to the limit

John Miles – Music – appreciated by Drive presenter Stewart.

Hilary Scott & The Scott Family – Beautiful messes.

Join me next week for another mixture of good music and conversation.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 25.3.22 with Jackie-dee Thornton.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jackie-dee Thornton.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jackie, is raising funds for https://wildernessfoundation.org.uk running a half marathon.  Located on  a 400-acre site in Chatman Green, Jackie encountered the work of this charity whilst serving her curacy. They seek to ‘Transform lives through nature’. Jackie was inspired by their collaborative approach working in nature with therapeutic sessions to turn lives around. She has decided to to be one of the supporters running in the London Landmarks half Marathon on the 3rd of April. There is more information and how to help her reach the target of £1,000 on www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

Jackie told us that much of her childhood in South Africa was spent on the beach. She also loved listening to music. Her journey into ministry was unexpected for her, beginning whilst working in administration at Writtle college and worshipping at Meadgate church in Chelmsford. She began her role as chaplain at Anglia Ruskin University in Autumn 2019, where there are many international students. During the pandemic they studied on-line whilst  many remained in their home country. Jackie was able to organise on-line chaplaincy activities involving people from any countries as well as students based in the UK.  As we move into a time of opening up of activities, Jackie is looking forward to more traditional chaplaincy activities, as well as taking forward lessons from the last two years. She also has a role as one of the Associate Priests at Chelmsford Cathedral.

Playlist

Joni Mitchel – Free man in Paris – from the 1974 album Court and spark. This song is number 470 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all-time. 

The Plan – Save me now master. Sheffield based Christian band The Plan will be playing at Trinity Church in Brentwood on Saturday 23rd of April at 8pm. Charlotte Ellis and Sophie Rickets, who are organising the event, will be my guests next week. More information on Facebook @c.y.a.n_

Mango Groove – Dance sum more – this South African track was chosen by Jackie-dee as a reminder of growing up in South Africa.

Toto – Africa – Jackie said that this track painted a picture of Africa.

Al Green – Let’s stay together . Jackie chose this track as it was the first dance at her wedding reception.

Friday Teaser

Damon Albarn as a member of Blur in 1995 above.

David Albarn OBE 2022 below.

David Albarn, founder of both Blur and Gorillaz recently celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard UK no 1 from 1995 – Country house. 

Carl Palmer, founder member and drummer of both Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Asia, was recently 72 years old. We heard ELP – Fanfare for the common man – UK no 2 from 1972.

Terry Hall from the Specials and Fun Boy Three celebrated his 63rd birthday. We heard the Specials track – Gangsters. 

Our winner today was June in Tottenham with 3 points. Jackie in the studio was joined second with Bob in Harlow on one point.  Thanks to Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford who also took part.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Maris McKee – Show me heaven – requested by regular listener Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jason Mraz – Have it all

George Benson – Never give up on a good thing

Chart this week

 

No 10 Beatles – Yesterday – A USA no 1 in 1965, not released as a 45 rpm until eleven years later, where it peaked at no 10.

No 12 – Eagles – Take it to the limit

John Miles – Music – appreciated by Drive presenter Stewart.

Hilary Scott & The Scott Family – Beautiful messes.

Join me next week for another mixture of good music and conversation.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 25.3.22 with Jackie-dee Thornton.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jackie-dee Thornton.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jackie, is raising funds for https://wildernessfoundation.org.uk running a half marathon.  Located on  a 400-acre site in Chatman Green, Jackie encountered the work of this charity whilst serving her curacy. They seek to ‘Transform lives through nature’. Jackie was inspired by their collaborative approach working in nature with therapeutic sessions to turn lives around. She has decided to to be one of the supporters running in the London Landmarks half Marathon on the 3rd of April. There is more information and how to help her reach the target of £1,000 on www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

Jackie told us that much of her childhood in South Africa was spent on the beach. She also loved listening to music. Her journey into ministry was unexpected for her, beginning whilst working in administration at Writtle college and worshipping at Meadgate church in Chelmsford. She began her role as chaplain at Anglia Ruskin University in Autumn 2019, where there are many international students. During the pandemic they studied on-line whilst  many remained in their home country. Jackie was able to organise on-line chaplaincy activities involving people from any countries as well as students based in the UK.  As we move into a time of opening up of activities, Jackie is looking forward to more traditional chaplaincy activities, as well as taking forward lessons from the last two years. She also has a role as one of the Associate Priests at Chelmsford Cathedral.

Playlist

Joni Mitchel – Free man in Paris – from the 1974 album Court and spark. This song is number 470 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all-time. 

The Plan – Save me now master. Sheffield based Christian band The Plan will be playing at Trinity Church in Brentwood on Saturday 23rd of April at 8pm. Charlotte Ellis and Sophie Rickets, who are organising the event, will be my guests next week. More information on Facebook @c.y.a.n_

Mango Groove – Dance sum more – this South African track was chosen by Jackie-dee as a reminder of growing up in South Africa.

Toto – Africa – Jackie said that this track painted a picture of Africa.

Al Green – Let’s stay together . Jackie chose this track as it was the first dance at her wedding reception.

Friday Teaser

Damon Albarn as a member of Blur in 1995 above.

David Albarn OBE 2022 below.

David Albarn, founder of both Blur and Gorillaz recently celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard UK no 1 from 1995 – Country house. 

Carl Palmer, founder member and drummer of both Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Asia, was recently 72 years old. We heard ELP – Fanfare for the common man – UK no 2 from 1972.

Terry Hall from the Specials and Fun Boy Three celebrated his 63rd birthday. We heard the Specials track – Gangsters. 

Our winner today was June in Tottenham with 3 points. Jackie in the studio was joined second with Bob in Harlow on one point.  Thanks to Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford who also took part.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Maris McKee – Show me heaven – requested by regular listener Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jason Mraz – Have it all

George Benson – Never give up on a good thing

Chart this week

 

No 10 Beatles – Yesterday – A USA no 1 in 1965, not released as a 45 rpm until eleven years later, where it peaked at no 10.

No 12 – Eagles – Take it to the limit

John Miles – Music – appreciated by Drive presenter Stewart.

Hilary Scott & The Scott Family – Beautiful messes.

Join me next week for another mixture of good music and conversation.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 25.3.22 with Jackie-dee Thornton.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jackie-dee Thornton.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jackie, is raising funds for https://wildernessfoundation.org.uk running a half marathon.  Located on  a 400-acre site in Chatman Green, Jackie encountered the work of this charity whilst serving her curacy. They seek to ‘Transform lives through nature’. Jackie was inspired by their collaborative approach working in nature with therapeutic sessions to turn lives around. She has decided to to be one of the supporters running in the London Landmarks half Marathon on the 3rd of April. There is more information and how to help her reach the target of £1,000 on www.justgiving.com/jackie-dee-thornton.

Jackie told us that much of her childhood in South Africa was spent on the beach. She also loved listening to music. Her journey into ministry was unexpected for her, beginning whilst working in administration at Writtle college and worshipping at Meadgate church in Chelmsford. She began her role as chaplain at Anglia Ruskin University in Autumn 2019, where there are many international students. During the pandemic they studied on-line whilst  many remained in their home country. Jackie was able to organise on-line chaplaincy activities involving people from any countries as well as students based in the UK.  As we move into a time of opening up of activities, Jackie is looking forward to more traditional chaplaincy activities, as well as taking forward lessons from the last two years. She also has a role as one of the Associate Priests at Chelmsford Cathedral.

Playlist

Joni Mitchel – Free man in Paris – from the 1974 album Court and spark. This song is number 470 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all-time. 

The Plan – Save me now master. Sheffield based Christian band The Plan will be playing at Trinity Church in Brentwood on Saturday 23rd of April at 8pm. Charlotte Ellis and Sophie Rickets, who are organising the event, will be my guests next week. More information on Facebook @c.y.a.n_

Mango Groove – Dance sum more – this South African track was chosen by Jackie-dee as a reminder of growing up in South Africa.

Toto – Africa – Jackie said that this track painted a picture of Africa.

Al Green – Let’s stay together . Jackie chose this track as it was the first dance at her wedding reception.

Friday Teaser

Damon Albarn as a member of Blur in 1995 above.

David Albarn OBE 2022 below.

David Albarn, founder of both Blur and Gorillaz recently celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard UK no 1 from 1995 – Country house. 

Carl Palmer, founder member and drummer of both Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Asia, was recently 72 years old. We heard ELP – Fanfare for the common man – UK no 2 from 1972.

Terry Hall from the Specials and Fun Boy Three celebrated his 63rd birthday. We heard the Specials track – Gangsters. 

Our winner today was June in Tottenham with 3 points. Jackie in the studio was joined second with Bob in Harlow on one point.  Thanks to Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford who also took part.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Maris McKee – Show me heaven – requested by regular listener Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jason Mraz – Have it all

George Benson – Never give up on a good thing

Chart this week

 

No 10 Beatles – Yesterday – A USA no 1 in 1965, not released as a 45 rpm until eleven years later, where it peaked at no 10.

No 12 – Eagles – Take it to the limit

John Miles – Music – appreciated by Drive presenter Stewart.

Hilary Scott & The Scott Family – Beautiful messes.

Join me next week for another mixture of good music and conversation.

 

 

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