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One 2 Three Friday 21.10.22 an evening with Terry Waite.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
an evening with Terry Waite
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Paul Hamilton came to talk about the evening at St. Thomas Brentwood on the 25th of October at 7pm.with Terry Waite. As the envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury he was held as a hostage in Lebanon between 1987-1991. He wrote a book about the experience, Taken on trust. In the last thirty years he has been involved with humanitarian causes as well as charitable work. He has had seventeen books published. Paul comme3nted that Terry Waite is now 83 years of age and is expected soon to retire from public engagements of this kind. It is probably the last local opportunity to hear this humble and inspiring man. The start time is 7pm, tickets £10. More details:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/417056245457

 

Playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you. Uk no 7 from 1992. Top 50 in seven countries.

Shea Rafferty – Making History. Title track from his much anticipated debut album. Check out his life session in the  PhoenixFM studio with Stewart Pink.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from the 2010 album Praise & blame, a UK no 2 and no 7 in Sweden.

Buddy Holly – That I’ll be the day. Classic rock and roll from 1957. UK no 1 USA no 1.

Lady Gaga – Million Reasons (live). Paul Hamilton chose this version of a track from the 2016 album Joanne, a USA no 1 and UK no 3. He recalled being in New York and going to the restaurant owned by Lady Gaga’s father. Servig behind the bar was Lady Gaga sister, and she looked just like her!

The Beatles – Across the Universe. Paul chose this track as it remined him of visiting Strawberry Fields in Central Park, New York.

Birthday’s quiz

Hugh Jackman celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard – The other side – from the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.

Above Paul Simon in 1987.

Below Paul Simon in 2021.

Paul Simon celebrated his 81st birthday. We heard Call me Al from the Grammy Award winning album Graceland.

Jimin from BTS celebrated his 27th birthday. We heard the 2021 USA no 1 and Uk no 3 – My Universe.

Joint winners with 3 points were Chris, today in Liverpool and Patrick in Ingatestone. Thanks to Chris, Bob, Tony and Maureen in Harlow, and Paul in the studio for taking part.

George Harrison – Give me love. USA no 1 and UK no 8 from 1973.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested Ferne Kinney – Together we are beautiful. UK no 1 from 1980.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. From the 2019 album Fine line. 

Chart this week in

No 7 Billy Joel – We didn’t start the fire.

No 9 Cher – If I could turn back time. 

No 18. Richard Marx – Right here waiting for you.

Isyla – This world. From the PhoenixFM A list.

Jonny Morgan – Wired.

Join me next week when my guest is Jess Cooper Communications and events manage from the charity Kintsugi Hope.

The charity strives to make a difference to peoples’ mental wellbeing.

https://kintsugihope.com

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One 2 Three Friday 21.10.22 an evening with Terry Waite.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
an evening with Terry Waite
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Paul Hamilton came to talk about the evening at St. Thomas Brentwood on the 25th of October at 7pm.with Terry Waite. As the envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury he was held as a hostage in Lebanon between 1987-1991. He wrote a book about the experience, Taken on trust. In the last thirty years he has been involved with humanitarian causes as well as charitable work. He has had seventeen books published. Paul comme3nted that Terry Waite is now 83 years of age and is expected soon to retire from public engagements of this kind. It is probably the last local opportunity to hear this humble and inspiring man. The start time is 7pm, tickets £10. More details:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/417056245457

 

Playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you. Uk no 7 from 1992. Top 50 in seven countries.

Shea Rafferty – Making History. Title track from his much anticipated debut album. Check out his life session in the  PhoenixFM studio with Stewart Pink.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from the 2010 album Praise & blame, a UK no 2 and no 7 in Sweden.

Buddy Holly – That I’ll be the day. Classic rock and roll from 1957. UK no 1 USA no 1.

Lady Gaga – Million Reasons (live). Paul Hamilton chose this version of a track from the 2016 album Joanne, a USA no 1 and UK no 3. He recalled being in New York and going to the restaurant owned by Lady Gaga’s father. Servig behind the bar was Lady Gaga sister, and she looked just like her!

The Beatles – Across the Universe. Paul chose this track as it remined him of visiting Strawberry Fields in Central Park, New York.

Birthday’s quiz

Hugh Jackman celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard – The other side – from the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.

Above Paul Simon in 1987.

Below Paul Simon in 2021.

Paul Simon celebrated his 81st birthday. We heard Call me Al from the Grammy Award winning album Graceland.

Jimin from BTS celebrated his 27th birthday. We heard the 2021 USA no 1 and Uk no 3 – My Universe.

Joint winners with 3 points were Chris, today in Liverpool and Patrick in Ingatestone. Thanks to Chris, Bob, Tony and Maureen in Harlow, and Paul in the studio for taking part.

George Harrison – Give me love. USA no 1 and UK no 8 from 1973.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested Ferne Kinney – Together we are beautiful. UK no 1 from 1980.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. From the 2019 album Fine line. 

Chart this week in

No 7 Billy Joel – We didn’t start the fire.

No 9 Cher – If I could turn back time. 

No 18. Richard Marx – Right here waiting for you.

Isyla – This world. From the PhoenixFM A list.

Jonny Morgan – Wired.

Join me next week when my guest is Jess Cooper Communications and events manage from the charity Kintsugi Hope.

The charity strives to make a difference to peoples’ mental wellbeing.

https://kintsugihope.com

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One 2 Three Friday 21.10.22 an evening with Terry Waite.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
an evening with Terry Waite
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Paul Hamilton came to talk about the evening at St. Thomas Brentwood on the 25th of October at 7pm.with Terry Waite. As the envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury he was held as a hostage in Lebanon between 1987-1991. He wrote a book about the experience, Taken on trust. In the last thirty years he has been involved with humanitarian causes as well as charitable work. He has had seventeen books published. Paul comme3nted that Terry Waite is now 83 years of age and is expected soon to retire from public engagements of this kind. It is probably the last local opportunity to hear this humble and inspiring man. The start time is 7pm, tickets £10. More details:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/417056245457

 

Playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you. Uk no 7 from 1992. Top 50 in seven countries.

Shea Rafferty – Making History. Title track from his much anticipated debut album. Check out his life session in the  PhoenixFM studio with Stewart Pink.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from the 2010 album Praise & blame, a UK no 2 and no 7 in Sweden.

Buddy Holly – That I’ll be the day. Classic rock and roll from 1957. UK no 1 USA no 1.

Lady Gaga – Million Reasons (live). Paul Hamilton chose this version of a track from the 2016 album Joanne, a USA no 1 and UK no 3. He recalled being in New York and going to the restaurant owned by Lady Gaga’s father. Servig behind the bar was Lady Gaga sister, and she looked just like her!

The Beatles – Across the Universe. Paul chose this track as it remined him of visiting Strawberry Fields in Central Park, New York.

Birthday’s quiz

Hugh Jackman celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard – The other side – from the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.

Above Paul Simon in 1987.

Below Paul Simon in 2021.

Paul Simon celebrated his 81st birthday. We heard Call me Al from the Grammy Award winning album Graceland.

Jimin from BTS celebrated his 27th birthday. We heard the 2021 USA no 1 and Uk no 3 – My Universe.

Joint winners with 3 points were Chris, today in Liverpool and Patrick in Ingatestone. Thanks to Chris, Bob, Tony and Maureen in Harlow, and Paul in the studio for taking part.

George Harrison – Give me love. USA no 1 and UK no 8 from 1973.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested Ferne Kinney – Together we are beautiful. UK no 1 from 1980.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. From the 2019 album Fine line. 

Chart this week in

No 7 Billy Joel – We didn’t start the fire.

No 9 Cher – If I could turn back time. 

No 18. Richard Marx – Right here waiting for you.

Isyla – This world. From the PhoenixFM A list.

Jonny Morgan – Wired.

Join me next week when my guest is Jess Cooper Communications and events manage from the charity Kintsugi Hope.

The charity strives to make a difference to peoples’ mental wellbeing.

https://kintsugihope.com

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One 2 Three Friday 21.10.22 an evening with Terry Waite.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
an evening with Terry Waite
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Paul Hamilton came to talk about the evening at St. Thomas Brentwood on the 25th of October at 7pm.with Terry Waite. As the envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury he was held as a hostage in Lebanon between 1987-1991. He wrote a book about the experience, Taken on trust. In the last thirty years he has been involved with humanitarian causes as well as charitable work. He has had seventeen books published. Paul comme3nted that Terry Waite is now 83 years of age and is expected soon to retire from public engagements of this kind. It is probably the last local opportunity to hear this humble and inspiring man. The start time is 7pm, tickets £10. More details:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/417056245457

 

Playlist

Crowded House – Weather with you. Uk no 7 from 1992. Top 50 in seven countries.

Shea Rafferty – Making History. Title track from his much anticipated debut album. Check out his life session in the  PhoenixFM studio with Stewart Pink.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from the 2010 album Praise & blame, a UK no 2 and no 7 in Sweden.

Buddy Holly – That I’ll be the day. Classic rock and roll from 1957. UK no 1 USA no 1.

Lady Gaga – Million Reasons (live). Paul Hamilton chose this version of a track from the 2016 album Joanne, a USA no 1 and UK no 3. He recalled being in New York and going to the restaurant owned by Lady Gaga’s father. Servig behind the bar was Lady Gaga sister, and she looked just like her!

The Beatles – Across the Universe. Paul chose this track as it remined him of visiting Strawberry Fields in Central Park, New York.

Birthday’s quiz

Hugh Jackman celebrated his 54th birthday. We heard – The other side – from the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.

Above Paul Simon in 1987.

Below Paul Simon in 2021.

Paul Simon celebrated his 81st birthday. We heard Call me Al from the Grammy Award winning album Graceland.

Jimin from BTS celebrated his 27th birthday. We heard the 2021 USA no 1 and Uk no 3 – My Universe.

Joint winners with 3 points were Chris, today in Liverpool and Patrick in Ingatestone. Thanks to Chris, Bob, Tony and Maureen in Harlow, and Paul in the studio for taking part.

George Harrison – Give me love. USA no 1 and UK no 8 from 1973.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested Ferne Kinney – Together we are beautiful. UK no 1 from 1980.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. From the 2019 album Fine line. 

Chart this week in

No 7 Billy Joel – We didn’t start the fire.

No 9 Cher – If I could turn back time. 

No 18. Richard Marx – Right here waiting for you.

Isyla – This world. From the PhoenixFM A list.

Jonny Morgan – Wired.

Join me next week when my guest is Jess Cooper Communications and events manage from the charity Kintsugi Hope.

The charity strives to make a difference to peoples’ mental wellbeing.

https://kintsugihope.com

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