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One 2 Three Friday 8.7.22 with Andy Griffiths & John Horner

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Andy Griffiths & John Horner
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Andy and John joined me to chat about hosting Ukrainian refugees. Andy is the Co-ordinator of the Communities for Ukraine scheme. This is a joint venture between the Diocese of Chelmsford and Citizens UK. John is hosting a family in a flat in Ingatestone. Andy said that the scheme aimed to house fifty Ukrainians. To date, fifty two people have been placed. Thirty five of them have visas and twenty nine are now in the UK. He emphasised the importance of a community being involved in hosting and that three people were needed to support each individual Ukrainian. Ten hubs have now been established. John spoke about the importance of building a church team to support and had been encouraged by the response in Ingatestone. He gave an example of how a boy had been integrated into Ingatestone C. of E. Junior school and would happily go and play football with his friends in the park. Andy commented that there were still many more people wanting to come than hosts offering accommodation. Anyone interested in being a host needs to be pro-active  and find a group, as networks were already in place. Locally these are in Chadwell St. Mary, Writtle and Ingatestone. https://opora.uk would be a good starting point. More information can be also be found at

www.chelmsford.anglican.org/communities-for-ukrainians

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Sting – Fields of gold –from the 1993 Grammy award winning album, Ten Summer’s tales. 

Open season – Open up the doors – chosen by Andy.

Guest and the Host – You bring me joy – chosen by Andy. He commented that the hosts of Ukrainians are finding it a joyous experience.

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt – Found tonight. Chosen by Andy.

Friday teaser.

Kate Nash recently celebrated her 35th birthday. We heard Pumpkin soup from her 2007 debut album, Made of Bricks.

Shane Lynch from Boyzone is forty six years old. We heard Boyzone’s 1998 UK No1 – No matter what. 

Above, Heuy Lewis and the News in 1985.

Below, on tour in 2021.

Hugh Anthony Cregg III, known professionally as Huey Lewis, celebrated his 72nd birthday.  We heard the USA No1 and UK No 3 from 1985 – The power of love. 

Our joint winners today were Bob in Harlow, and new player in Harlow, Maureen, both with 3 points. Andy in the studio had one point. Bob in Harlow, John in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone all did not trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Harry Styles – As it was. Patrick in Ingatestone requested this track which was No 1 in both the UK and USA and 29 more countries. It was also Top 10 in in further 22 countries.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the 2022 Grammy award winning album, We are. 

Loose Puppet – Let’s go and get lost.

Dead Star Talk – Do it now. 

Chart this week in

No 3

No 5 Dave Edmunds – Born to be with you – This track will be particularly appreciated by regular competition participant, Chris in Guildford, who has always loved the music of Dave Edmunds.

No 8 Fleetwood Mac – Albatross – the surprising re-release of a track that had been a UK No 1 only five years previous. It was re-released, backed by another hit, as they had changed record labels.

Burning Jupiter – She changes the weather.

Pet Shop Boys – Together.

Join me next week when my guest will be Rob Saggs, updating us about the work of CHESS and telling us how you can help with the work of the charity.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 8.7.22 with Andy Griffiths & John Horner

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Andy Griffiths & John Horner
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Andy and John joined me to chat about hosting Ukrainian refugees. Andy is the Co-ordinator of the Communities for Ukraine scheme. This is a joint venture between the Diocese of Chelmsford and Citizens UK. John is hosting a family in a flat in Ingatestone. Andy said that the scheme aimed to house fifty Ukrainians. To date, fifty two people have been placed. Thirty five of them have visas and twenty nine are now in the UK. He emphasised the importance of a community being involved in hosting and that three people were needed to support each individual Ukrainian. Ten hubs have now been established. John spoke about the importance of building a church team to support and had been encouraged by the response in Ingatestone. He gave an example of how a boy had been integrated into Ingatestone C. of E. Junior school and would happily go and play football with his friends in the park. Andy commented that there were still many more people wanting to come than hosts offering accommodation. Anyone interested in being a host needs to be pro-active  and find a group, as networks were already in place. Locally these are in Chadwell St. Mary, Writtle and Ingatestone. https://opora.uk would be a good starting point. More information can be also be found at

www.chelmsford.anglican.org/communities-for-ukrainians

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Sting – Fields of gold –from the 1993 Grammy award winning album, Ten Summer’s tales. 

Open season – Open up the doors – chosen by Andy.

Guest and the Host – You bring me joy – chosen by Andy. He commented that the hosts of Ukrainians are finding it a joyous experience.

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt – Found tonight. Chosen by Andy.

Friday teaser.

Kate Nash recently celebrated her 35th birthday. We heard Pumpkin soup from her 2007 debut album, Made of Bricks.

Shane Lynch from Boyzone is forty six years old. We heard Boyzone’s 1998 UK No1 – No matter what. 

Above, Heuy Lewis and the News in 1985.

Below, on tour in 2021.

Hugh Anthony Cregg III, known professionally as Huey Lewis, celebrated his 72nd birthday.  We heard the USA No1 and UK No 3 from 1985 – The power of love. 

Our joint winners today were Bob in Harlow, and new player in Harlow, Maureen, both with 3 points. Andy in the studio had one point. Bob in Harlow, John in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone all did not trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Harry Styles – As it was. Patrick in Ingatestone requested this track which was No 1 in both the UK and USA and 29 more countries. It was also Top 10 in in further 22 countries.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the 2022 Grammy award winning album, We are. 

Loose Puppet – Let’s go and get lost.

Dead Star Talk – Do it now. 

Chart this week in

No 3

No 5 Dave Edmunds – Born to be with you – This track will be particularly appreciated by regular competition participant, Chris in Guildford, who has always loved the music of Dave Edmunds.

No 8 Fleetwood Mac – Albatross – the surprising re-release of a track that had been a UK No 1 only five years previous. It was re-released, backed by another hit, as they had changed record labels.

Burning Jupiter – She changes the weather.

Pet Shop Boys – Together.

Join me next week when my guest will be Rob Saggs, updating us about the work of CHESS and telling us how you can help with the work of the charity.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 8.7.22 with Andy Griffiths & John Horner

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Andy Griffiths & John Horner
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Andy and John joined me to chat about hosting Ukrainian refugees. Andy is the Co-ordinator of the Communities for Ukraine scheme. This is a joint venture between the Diocese of Chelmsford and Citizens UK. John is hosting a family in a flat in Ingatestone. Andy said that the scheme aimed to house fifty Ukrainians. To date, fifty two people have been placed. Thirty five of them have visas and twenty nine are now in the UK. He emphasised the importance of a community being involved in hosting and that three people were needed to support each individual Ukrainian. Ten hubs have now been established. John spoke about the importance of building a church team to support and had been encouraged by the response in Ingatestone. He gave an example of how a boy had been integrated into Ingatestone C. of E. Junior school and would happily go and play football with his friends in the park. Andy commented that there were still many more people wanting to come than hosts offering accommodation. Anyone interested in being a host needs to be pro-active  and find a group, as networks were already in place. Locally these are in Chadwell St. Mary, Writtle and Ingatestone. https://opora.uk would be a good starting point. More information can be also be found at

www.chelmsford.anglican.org/communities-for-ukrainians

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Sting – Fields of gold –from the 1993 Grammy award winning album, Ten Summer’s tales. 

Open season – Open up the doors – chosen by Andy.

Guest and the Host – You bring me joy – chosen by Andy. He commented that the hosts of Ukrainians are finding it a joyous experience.

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt – Found tonight. Chosen by Andy.

Friday teaser.

Kate Nash recently celebrated her 35th birthday. We heard Pumpkin soup from her 2007 debut album, Made of Bricks.

Shane Lynch from Boyzone is forty six years old. We heard Boyzone’s 1998 UK No1 – No matter what. 

Above, Heuy Lewis and the News in 1985.

Below, on tour in 2021.

Hugh Anthony Cregg III, known professionally as Huey Lewis, celebrated his 72nd birthday.  We heard the USA No1 and UK No 3 from 1985 – The power of love. 

Our joint winners today were Bob in Harlow, and new player in Harlow, Maureen, both with 3 points. Andy in the studio had one point. Bob in Harlow, John in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone all did not trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Harry Styles – As it was. Patrick in Ingatestone requested this track which was No 1 in both the UK and USA and 29 more countries. It was also Top 10 in in further 22 countries.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the 2022 Grammy award winning album, We are. 

Loose Puppet – Let’s go and get lost.

Dead Star Talk – Do it now. 

Chart this week in

No 3

No 5 Dave Edmunds – Born to be with you – This track will be particularly appreciated by regular competition participant, Chris in Guildford, who has always loved the music of Dave Edmunds.

No 8 Fleetwood Mac – Albatross – the surprising re-release of a track that had been a UK No 1 only five years previous. It was re-released, backed by another hit, as they had changed record labels.

Burning Jupiter – She changes the weather.

Pet Shop Boys – Together.

Join me next week when my guest will be Rob Saggs, updating us about the work of CHESS and telling us how you can help with the work of the charity.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 8.7.22 with Andy Griffiths & John Horner

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Andy Griffiths & John Horner
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Andy and John joined me to chat about hosting Ukrainian refugees. Andy is the Co-ordinator of the Communities for Ukraine scheme. This is a joint venture between the Diocese of Chelmsford and Citizens UK. John is hosting a family in a flat in Ingatestone. Andy said that the scheme aimed to house fifty Ukrainians. To date, fifty two people have been placed. Thirty five of them have visas and twenty nine are now in the UK. He emphasised the importance of a community being involved in hosting and that three people were needed to support each individual Ukrainian. Ten hubs have now been established. John spoke about the importance of building a church team to support and had been encouraged by the response in Ingatestone. He gave an example of how a boy had been integrated into Ingatestone C. of E. Junior school and would happily go and play football with his friends in the park. Andy commented that there were still many more people wanting to come than hosts offering accommodation. Anyone interested in being a host needs to be pro-active  and find a group, as networks were already in place. Locally these are in Chadwell St. Mary, Writtle and Ingatestone. https://opora.uk would be a good starting point. More information can be also be found at

www.chelmsford.anglican.org/communities-for-ukrainians

Playlist

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue

Sting – Fields of gold –from the 1993 Grammy award winning album, Ten Summer’s tales. 

Open season – Open up the doors – chosen by Andy.

Guest and the Host – You bring me joy – chosen by Andy. He commented that the hosts of Ukrainians are finding it a joyous experience.

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt – Found tonight. Chosen by Andy.

Friday teaser.

Kate Nash recently celebrated her 35th birthday. We heard Pumpkin soup from her 2007 debut album, Made of Bricks.

Shane Lynch from Boyzone is forty six years old. We heard Boyzone’s 1998 UK No1 – No matter what. 

Above, Heuy Lewis and the News in 1985.

Below, on tour in 2021.

Hugh Anthony Cregg III, known professionally as Huey Lewis, celebrated his 72nd birthday.  We heard the USA No1 and UK No 3 from 1985 – The power of love. 

Our joint winners today were Bob in Harlow, and new player in Harlow, Maureen, both with 3 points. Andy in the studio had one point. Bob in Harlow, John in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone all did not trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Harry Styles – As it was. Patrick in Ingatestone requested this track which was No 1 in both the UK and USA and 29 more countries. It was also Top 10 in in further 22 countries.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the 2022 Grammy award winning album, We are. 

Loose Puppet – Let’s go and get lost.

Dead Star Talk – Do it now. 

Chart this week in

No 3

No 5 Dave Edmunds – Born to be with you – This track will be particularly appreciated by regular competition participant, Chris in Guildford, who has always loved the music of Dave Edmunds.

No 8 Fleetwood Mac – Albatross – the surprising re-release of a track that had been a UK No 1 only five years previous. It was re-released, backed by another hit, as they had changed record labels.

Burning Jupiter – She changes the weather.

Pet Shop Boys – Together.

Join me next week when my guest will be Rob Saggs, updating us about the work of CHESS and telling us how you can help with the work of the charity.

 

 

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