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One 2 Three Friday 28.10 22 with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jess Cooper, Communications and event manager from Kintsugi Hope stated that the purpose of the charity is to make a difference to people’s mental well-being. Kintsugi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Jess gave a vision of communities where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, where everyone can flourish. The charity is just five years old and has seen phenomenal growth. Pre-covid there were forty partner organisations. The number is now at 350. The charity works through well-being groups where a group leader leads members through a twelve-session programme. Themes covered include honesty, anxiety, depression, shame, anger, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, forgiveness, self-acceptance, healthy relationships and resilience. The programme has been adapted so it can also be used by student groups. The programme is based on the foundational experiences of Patrick Regan OBE and Diane Regan. The aim is no to judge, fix or rescue people, but to come alongside and love one another. Jess emphasised that there is no shame in struggling and we talk through that this is a reality in the life of everyone. At the moment the greatest need is to recruit more group leaders. More information can be found on the website,

http://www.kintsugihope.com

 

Playlist

Guest and the host – You bring me joy. The musical moniker of Andrew Dawson Heringer. This track is from the album Songs for the mirror wall.

Gerry Rafferty – Get it right next time. !979. UK no 30 and USA no 17. From the album Night owl – UK no 9.

Ella Henderson – Brave – chosen by Jess from the 2022 album – Everything I didn’t say – UK no 8.

JP Cooper – Bits and pieces – from the 2020 EP – T00 Close – chosen by Jess.

Wildwood Kim – Beauty in your brokenness. Jess felt this 2019 track

Birthdays quiz

Jon Foreman, lead singer with the band Switchfoot, celebrated his 47th birthday. We heard their track – Hope is the anthem – from the 2016 album – Where the light shines through. USA no 10.

Above Katy Perry 2001.

Below Katy Perry on tour 2021.

Katy Perry celebrated her 38th birthday.  We heard the 2020 title track from the album – Smile. UK no 5, USA no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries.

Mathais Jabs is lead guitarist and songwriter for the German band Scorpions. He is 67 years old. We heard the band’s world-wide hit – Wind od change. Released in 1991 just after the end of the Soviet Union, the track was a UK no 2, USA no 4 and no 1 in 7 countries.

Thanks to Chris, Bob, Sarah and Lee in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Sue in Peterborough and Jess in the studio for taking part. We had no correct answers Our winner was Chris in Guildford with two points. He won last week as well.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested the !968 track by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – I’m the urban Spaceman. 

RAH Band ft Belle Hutton – One day we’ll smile again. Track released in 2021. Their 47th single release. Their first release was in 1971.

Band Perry – Gentle on my mind. Grammy award winner 2014 for the best country group performance.

Chart this week in

No 3 Hollies – He ain’t heavy he’s my brother. A UK no 1 in 1988 when featured in a TV commercial for Millar Light.

No 5 David Bowie – Space Oddity. UK no 1 in 1975. UK no 24 in 2016. No 189 in the 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time. 

No 16 Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad moon rising. Uk no 1. USA no 2. No 364 in 2010 Roling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time.

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go. From the 2019 Grammy Award winning album – Testimony. 

Michelle Ward – Try – one of the tracks from our very own morning presenter Michelle’s new EP.

Louis Armstong – What a wonderful world. UK no 1 in 1967. Used ironically in the soundtrack of the film Good morning, Vietnam in 1988.

Join me next week for another edition of One 2 Three Friday.

My guest is Graham Dowling, General manager of the Retreat House at Pleshey.

https://retreathousepleshey.com

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.10 22 with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jess Cooper, Communications and event manager from Kintsugi Hope stated that the purpose of the charity is to make a difference to people’s mental well-being. Kintsugi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Jess gave a vision of communities where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, where everyone can flourish. The charity is just five years old and has seen phenomenal growth. Pre-covid there were forty partner organisations. The number is now at 350. The charity works through well-being groups where a group leader leads members through a twelve-session programme. Themes covered include honesty, anxiety, depression, shame, anger, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, forgiveness, self-acceptance, healthy relationships and resilience. The programme has been adapted so it can also be used by student groups. The programme is based on the foundational experiences of Patrick Regan OBE and Diane Regan. The aim is no to judge, fix or rescue people, but to come alongside and love one another. Jess emphasised that there is no shame in struggling and we talk through that this is a reality in the life of everyone. At the moment the greatest need is to recruit more group leaders. More information can be found on the website,

http://www.kintsugihope.com

 

Playlist

Guest and the host – You bring me joy. The musical moniker of Andrew Dawson Heringer. This track is from the album Songs for the mirror wall.

Gerry Rafferty – Get it right next time. !979. UK no 30 and USA no 17. From the album Night owl – UK no 9.

Ella Henderson – Brave – chosen by Jess from the 2022 album – Everything I didn’t say – UK no 8.

JP Cooper – Bits and pieces – from the 2020 EP – T00 Close – chosen by Jess.

Wildwood Kim – Beauty in your brokenness. Jess felt this 2019 track

Birthdays quiz

Jon Foreman, lead singer with the band Switchfoot, celebrated his 47th birthday. We heard their track – Hope is the anthem – from the 2016 album – Where the light shines through. USA no 10.

Above Katy Perry 2001.

Below Katy Perry on tour 2021.

Katy Perry celebrated her 38th birthday.  We heard the 2020 title track from the album – Smile. UK no 5, USA no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries.

Mathais Jabs is lead guitarist and songwriter for the German band Scorpions. He is 67 years old. We heard the band’s world-wide hit – Wind od change. Released in 1991 just after the end of the Soviet Union, the track was a UK no 2, USA no 4 and no 1 in 7 countries.

Thanks to Chris, Bob, Sarah and Lee in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Sue in Peterborough and Jess in the studio for taking part. We had no correct answers Our winner was Chris in Guildford with two points. He won last week as well.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested the !968 track by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – I’m the urban Spaceman. 

RAH Band ft Belle Hutton – One day we’ll smile again. Track released in 2021. Their 47th single release. Their first release was in 1971.

Band Perry – Gentle on my mind. Grammy award winner 2014 for the best country group performance.

Chart this week in

No 3 Hollies – He ain’t heavy he’s my brother. A UK no 1 in 1988 when featured in a TV commercial for Millar Light.

No 5 David Bowie – Space Oddity. UK no 1 in 1975. UK no 24 in 2016. No 189 in the 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time. 

No 16 Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad moon rising. Uk no 1. USA no 2. No 364 in 2010 Roling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time.

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go. From the 2019 Grammy Award winning album – Testimony. 

Michelle Ward – Try – one of the tracks from our very own morning presenter Michelle’s new EP.

Louis Armstong – What a wonderful world. UK no 1 in 1967. Used ironically in the soundtrack of the film Good morning, Vietnam in 1988.

Join me next week for another edition of One 2 Three Friday.

My guest is Graham Dowling, General manager of the Retreat House at Pleshey.

https://retreathousepleshey.com

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.10 22 with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jess Cooper, Communications and event manager from Kintsugi Hope stated that the purpose of the charity is to make a difference to people’s mental well-being. Kintsugi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Jess gave a vision of communities where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, where everyone can flourish. The charity is just five years old and has seen phenomenal growth. Pre-covid there were forty partner organisations. The number is now at 350. The charity works through well-being groups where a group leader leads members through a twelve-session programme. Themes covered include honesty, anxiety, depression, shame, anger, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, forgiveness, self-acceptance, healthy relationships and resilience. The programme has been adapted so it can also be used by student groups. The programme is based on the foundational experiences of Patrick Regan OBE and Diane Regan. The aim is no to judge, fix or rescue people, but to come alongside and love one another. Jess emphasised that there is no shame in struggling and we talk through that this is a reality in the life of everyone. At the moment the greatest need is to recruit more group leaders. More information can be found on the website,

http://www.kintsugihope.com

 

Playlist

Guest and the host – You bring me joy. The musical moniker of Andrew Dawson Heringer. This track is from the album Songs for the mirror wall.

Gerry Rafferty – Get it right next time. !979. UK no 30 and USA no 17. From the album Night owl – UK no 9.

Ella Henderson – Brave – chosen by Jess from the 2022 album – Everything I didn’t say – UK no 8.

JP Cooper – Bits and pieces – from the 2020 EP – T00 Close – chosen by Jess.

Wildwood Kim – Beauty in your brokenness. Jess felt this 2019 track

Birthdays quiz

Jon Foreman, lead singer with the band Switchfoot, celebrated his 47th birthday. We heard their track – Hope is the anthem – from the 2016 album – Where the light shines through. USA no 10.

Above Katy Perry 2001.

Below Katy Perry on tour 2021.

Katy Perry celebrated her 38th birthday.  We heard the 2020 title track from the album – Smile. UK no 5, USA no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries.

Mathais Jabs is lead guitarist and songwriter for the German band Scorpions. He is 67 years old. We heard the band’s world-wide hit – Wind od change. Released in 1991 just after the end of the Soviet Union, the track was a UK no 2, USA no 4 and no 1 in 7 countries.

Thanks to Chris, Bob, Sarah and Lee in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Sue in Peterborough and Jess in the studio for taking part. We had no correct answers Our winner was Chris in Guildford with two points. He won last week as well.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested the !968 track by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – I’m the urban Spaceman. 

RAH Band ft Belle Hutton – One day we’ll smile again. Track released in 2021. Their 47th single release. Their first release was in 1971.

Band Perry – Gentle on my mind. Grammy award winner 2014 for the best country group performance.

Chart this week in

No 3 Hollies – He ain’t heavy he’s my brother. A UK no 1 in 1988 when featured in a TV commercial for Millar Light.

No 5 David Bowie – Space Oddity. UK no 1 in 1975. UK no 24 in 2016. No 189 in the 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time. 

No 16 Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad moon rising. Uk no 1. USA no 2. No 364 in 2010 Roling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time.

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go. From the 2019 Grammy Award winning album – Testimony. 

Michelle Ward – Try – one of the tracks from our very own morning presenter Michelle’s new EP.

Louis Armstong – What a wonderful world. UK no 1 in 1967. Used ironically in the soundtrack of the film Good morning, Vietnam in 1988.

Join me next week for another edition of One 2 Three Friday.

My guest is Graham Dowling, General manager of the Retreat House at Pleshey.

https://retreathousepleshey.com

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.10 22 with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Jess Cooper from Kintsugi Hope.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jess Cooper, Communications and event manager from Kintsugi Hope stated that the purpose of the charity is to make a difference to people’s mental well-being. Kintsugi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Jess gave a vision of communities where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, where everyone can flourish. The charity is just five years old and has seen phenomenal growth. Pre-covid there were forty partner organisations. The number is now at 350. The charity works through well-being groups where a group leader leads members through a twelve-session programme. Themes covered include honesty, anxiety, depression, shame, anger, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, forgiveness, self-acceptance, healthy relationships and resilience. The programme has been adapted so it can also be used by student groups. The programme is based on the foundational experiences of Patrick Regan OBE and Diane Regan. The aim is no to judge, fix or rescue people, but to come alongside and love one another. Jess emphasised that there is no shame in struggling and we talk through that this is a reality in the life of everyone. At the moment the greatest need is to recruit more group leaders. More information can be found on the website,

http://www.kintsugihope.com

 

Playlist

Guest and the host – You bring me joy. The musical moniker of Andrew Dawson Heringer. This track is from the album Songs for the mirror wall.

Gerry Rafferty – Get it right next time. !979. UK no 30 and USA no 17. From the album Night owl – UK no 9.

Ella Henderson – Brave – chosen by Jess from the 2022 album – Everything I didn’t say – UK no 8.

JP Cooper – Bits and pieces – from the 2020 EP – T00 Close – chosen by Jess.

Wildwood Kim – Beauty in your brokenness. Jess felt this 2019 track

Birthdays quiz

Jon Foreman, lead singer with the band Switchfoot, celebrated his 47th birthday. We heard their track – Hope is the anthem – from the 2016 album – Where the light shines through. USA no 10.

Above Katy Perry 2001.

Below Katy Perry on tour 2021.

Katy Perry celebrated her 38th birthday.  We heard the 2020 title track from the album – Smile. UK no 5, USA no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries.

Mathais Jabs is lead guitarist and songwriter for the German band Scorpions. He is 67 years old. We heard the band’s world-wide hit – Wind od change. Released in 1991 just after the end of the Soviet Union, the track was a UK no 2, USA no 4 and no 1 in 7 countries.

Thanks to Chris, Bob, Sarah and Lee in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Sue in Peterborough and Jess in the studio for taking part. We had no correct answers Our winner was Chris in Guildford with two points. He won last week as well.

Patrick from Ingatestone requested the !968 track by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – I’m the urban Spaceman. 

RAH Band ft Belle Hutton – One day we’ll smile again. Track released in 2021. Their 47th single release. Their first release was in 1971.

Band Perry – Gentle on my mind. Grammy award winner 2014 for the best country group performance.

Chart this week in

No 3 Hollies – He ain’t heavy he’s my brother. A UK no 1 in 1988 when featured in a TV commercial for Millar Light.

No 5 David Bowie – Space Oddity. UK no 1 in 1975. UK no 24 in 2016. No 189 in the 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time. 

No 16 Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad moon rising. Uk no 1. USA no 2. No 364 in 2010 Roling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All time.

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go. From the 2019 Grammy Award winning album – Testimony. 

Michelle Ward – Try – one of the tracks from our very own morning presenter Michelle’s new EP.

Louis Armstong – What a wonderful world. UK no 1 in 1967. Used ironically in the soundtrack of the film Good morning, Vietnam in 1988.

Join me next week for another edition of One 2 Three Friday.

My guest is Graham Dowling, General manager of the Retreat House at Pleshey.

https://retreathousepleshey.com

 

 

 

 

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