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One 2 Three Friday 13.1.22 with Helen Wilkerson

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Helen Wilkerson
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Helen talked about Cool to be Kind and Street Support. These are two Chelmsford based initiatives seeking to help vulnerable people and rough sleepers.

Helen Wilkerson gave us an update  on the rucksack project run by https://www.c2bk.co.uk/ There are lists on the website for the rucksacks for women and men. There have been a number of significant donations of items enabling many rucksacks to have been distributed to rough sleepers, but there is always a need for more. There is a display in Chelmsford museum in Oaklands Park which tells about all the cool collaborations with various organisations that enable the work to develop. Through lobbying for change, there is an aspiration to end homelessness on the streets of Chelmsford.

https://streetsupport.net/chelmsford/ is a one stop shop for homeless, rough sleepers and vulnerable people of Chelmsford.  It is a website to make it as easy as possible to get help for people in need. On the website there are links seeking to help with the cost of living crisi.

https://steeetsupport.net/chelmsford/money-help-services/

There is also information about Warm Spaces available in Chelmsford.

Helen made an appeal for volunteers to help. She stated that everyone has a skill that could be used to help people. Whether it is administration, driving, marketing, storage or  fund-raising, she encouraged people to be in touch. There is a strong desire to expand the help  beyond to Chelmsford and help the whole of Essex.

Playlist

Ralph McTell – Streets of London. UK no 2 at Christmas 1974. No 2 this week in 1975. Originally recorded in 1969.

Phil Collins – Another day in paradise. No 1 in USA and 10 more countries in 1989/90. UK no 2. Grammy Record of the year.

The Police – Message in a bottle.  1979 UK no1 from the UK no1 album – Regga de Blanc – no 369 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Chosen by Helen

Jess Glynne – Don’t be hard on yourself. UK no 1 in 2015. Helen chose this

Joni Mitchell – A case of you. From the album – Blue – No 3 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Helen

Birthdays competition

Paulo Nutini recently celebrated his 36th birthday. We heard the 2006 track – Jenny don’t be hasty. The 42nd single release from the UK no 3 album – These streets – Top  20 in five more countries.

Above, Melanie C in 2003.

Below, Melanie C in 2023.

Melanie C, (Melanie Jayne Chisholm) is 49 years of age. We heard her UK no 14 and Top 20 in three more countries – On the horizon. 

A track from the album – Reason – UK no 5.

Mike McGear (Peter Michael McCartney), younger brother of Paul, is 79 years of age. We heard the Scaffold 1968 no 1 in UK, Australia and Ireland, Top 10 in 6 more countries – Lily the Pink. Jack Bruce played bass guitar on the track. Backing vocals from Graham Nash, Reg Dwight (Elton John) and Tim Rice.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Helen in the studio, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for participating.  Bob and Patrick were joint winners today with 4pts.

Patrick requested a track by Cliff Richard. We played – We don’t talk anymore – UK no 1 and No 1 in9 more countries. Top 10in eight countries, including no 7 in USA. Total sales of over 4 million.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue – track from his album – Making history – my Presenter’s Pick album of 2022.

Chart this week in

No 1 Status Quo – Down Down. No 1 also in Belgium and Netherlands. Top 10 in three more countries.

No 4 Gloria Gaynor – Never can say goodbye. UK no 2, USA no 9, Top 10 in six more countries.

No 16 Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You ain’t seen nothing yet. UK no 2, USA no 1 and no 1 in five more countries. Top 10 in eight more countries.

Lisa Harman – Smoke and mirrors – Title track from the album released on Christmas Day.

Tom Bright – Don’t forget me – released today. Track from his up-coming third album –

Roger Taylor & KT Tunstall – Just trying to get by – released in 2021.

Remembering Jeff Beck, who passed away this week. The guitarist’s guitarist. 

Yardbirds – For your love – no 3 in the UK and no 10 in the USA in 1966.

Hi Ho silver lining – UK no 14 in 1967, New Zealand no4 and Top 20 in two more countries. Re-released in 1972, UK no 17.

 

My guest  on 27th of January is Helen Saddleton. She is a church bell ringer.  She tell us why she loves this activity and seeks to encourage others to be involved.

Join Jo Bailey next Friday 20th between 1-3pm.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 13.1.22 with Helen Wilkerson

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Helen Wilkerson
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Helen talked about Cool to be Kind and Street Support. These are two Chelmsford based initiatives seeking to help vulnerable people and rough sleepers.

Helen Wilkerson gave us an update  on the rucksack project run by https://www.c2bk.co.uk/ There are lists on the website for the rucksacks for women and men. There have been a number of significant donations of items enabling many rucksacks to have been distributed to rough sleepers, but there is always a need for more. There is a display in Chelmsford museum in Oaklands Park which tells about all the cool collaborations with various organisations that enable the work to develop. Through lobbying for change, there is an aspiration to end homelessness on the streets of Chelmsford.

https://streetsupport.net/chelmsford/ is a one stop shop for homeless, rough sleepers and vulnerable people of Chelmsford.  It is a website to make it as easy as possible to get help for people in need. On the website there are links seeking to help with the cost of living crisi.

https://steeetsupport.net/chelmsford/money-help-services/

There is also information about Warm Spaces available in Chelmsford.

Helen made an appeal for volunteers to help. She stated that everyone has a skill that could be used to help people. Whether it is administration, driving, marketing, storage or  fund-raising, she encouraged people to be in touch. There is a strong desire to expand the help  beyond to Chelmsford and help the whole of Essex.

Playlist

Ralph McTell – Streets of London. UK no 2 at Christmas 1974. No 2 this week in 1975. Originally recorded in 1969.

Phil Collins – Another day in paradise. No 1 in USA and 10 more countries in 1989/90. UK no 2. Grammy Record of the year.

The Police – Message in a bottle.  1979 UK no1 from the UK no1 album – Regga de Blanc – no 369 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Chosen by Helen

Jess Glynne – Don’t be hard on yourself. UK no 1 in 2015. Helen chose this

Joni Mitchell – A case of you. From the album – Blue – No 3 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Helen

Birthdays competition

Paulo Nutini recently celebrated his 36th birthday. We heard the 2006 track – Jenny don’t be hasty. The 42nd single release from the UK no 3 album – These streets – Top  20 in five more countries.

Above, Melanie C in 2003.

Below, Melanie C in 2023.

Melanie C, (Melanie Jayne Chisholm) is 49 years of age. We heard her UK no 14 and Top 20 in three more countries – On the horizon. 

A track from the album – Reason – UK no 5.

Mike McGear (Peter Michael McCartney), younger brother of Paul, is 79 years of age. We heard the Scaffold 1968 no 1 in UK, Australia and Ireland, Top 10 in 6 more countries – Lily the Pink. Jack Bruce played bass guitar on the track. Backing vocals from Graham Nash, Reg Dwight (Elton John) and Tim Rice.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Helen in the studio, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for participating.  Bob and Patrick were joint winners today with 4pts.

Patrick requested a track by Cliff Richard. We played – We don’t talk anymore – UK no 1 and No 1 in9 more countries. Top 10in eight countries, including no 7 in USA. Total sales of over 4 million.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue – track from his album – Making history – my Presenter’s Pick album of 2022.

Chart this week in

No 1 Status Quo – Down Down. No 1 also in Belgium and Netherlands. Top 10 in three more countries.

No 4 Gloria Gaynor – Never can say goodbye. UK no 2, USA no 9, Top 10 in six more countries.

No 16 Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You ain’t seen nothing yet. UK no 2, USA no 1 and no 1 in five more countries. Top 10 in eight more countries.

Lisa Harman – Smoke and mirrors – Title track from the album released on Christmas Day.

Tom Bright – Don’t forget me – released today. Track from his up-coming third album –

Roger Taylor & KT Tunstall – Just trying to get by – released in 2021.

Remembering Jeff Beck, who passed away this week. The guitarist’s guitarist. 

Yardbirds – For your love – no 3 in the UK and no 10 in the USA in 1966.

Hi Ho silver lining – UK no 14 in 1967, New Zealand no4 and Top 20 in two more countries. Re-released in 1972, UK no 17.

 

My guest  on 27th of January is Helen Saddleton. She is a church bell ringer.  She tell us why she loves this activity and seeks to encourage others to be involved.

Join Jo Bailey next Friday 20th between 1-3pm.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 13.1.22 with Helen Wilkerson

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Helen Wilkerson
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Helen talked about Cool to be Kind and Street Support. These are two Chelmsford based initiatives seeking to help vulnerable people and rough sleepers.

Helen Wilkerson gave us an update  on the rucksack project run by https://www.c2bk.co.uk/ There are lists on the website for the rucksacks for women and men. There have been a number of significant donations of items enabling many rucksacks to have been distributed to rough sleepers, but there is always a need for more. There is a display in Chelmsford museum in Oaklands Park which tells about all the cool collaborations with various organisations that enable the work to develop. Through lobbying for change, there is an aspiration to end homelessness on the streets of Chelmsford.

https://streetsupport.net/chelmsford/ is a one stop shop for homeless, rough sleepers and vulnerable people of Chelmsford.  It is a website to make it as easy as possible to get help for people in need. On the website there are links seeking to help with the cost of living crisi.

https://steeetsupport.net/chelmsford/money-help-services/

There is also information about Warm Spaces available in Chelmsford.

Helen made an appeal for volunteers to help. She stated that everyone has a skill that could be used to help people. Whether it is administration, driving, marketing, storage or  fund-raising, she encouraged people to be in touch. There is a strong desire to expand the help  beyond to Chelmsford and help the whole of Essex.

Playlist

Ralph McTell – Streets of London. UK no 2 at Christmas 1974. No 2 this week in 1975. Originally recorded in 1969.

Phil Collins – Another day in paradise. No 1 in USA and 10 more countries in 1989/90. UK no 2. Grammy Record of the year.

The Police – Message in a bottle.  1979 UK no1 from the UK no1 album – Regga de Blanc – no 369 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Chosen by Helen

Jess Glynne – Don’t be hard on yourself. UK no 1 in 2015. Helen chose this

Joni Mitchell – A case of you. From the album – Blue – No 3 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Helen

Birthdays competition

Paulo Nutini recently celebrated his 36th birthday. We heard the 2006 track – Jenny don’t be hasty. The 42nd single release from the UK no 3 album – These streets – Top  20 in five more countries.

Above, Melanie C in 2003.

Below, Melanie C in 2023.

Melanie C, (Melanie Jayne Chisholm) is 49 years of age. We heard her UK no 14 and Top 20 in three more countries – On the horizon. 

A track from the album – Reason – UK no 5.

Mike McGear (Peter Michael McCartney), younger brother of Paul, is 79 years of age. We heard the Scaffold 1968 no 1 in UK, Australia and Ireland, Top 10 in 6 more countries – Lily the Pink. Jack Bruce played bass guitar on the track. Backing vocals from Graham Nash, Reg Dwight (Elton John) and Tim Rice.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Helen in the studio, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for participating.  Bob and Patrick were joint winners today with 4pts.

Patrick requested a track by Cliff Richard. We played – We don’t talk anymore – UK no 1 and No 1 in9 more countries. Top 10in eight countries, including no 7 in USA. Total sales of over 4 million.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue – track from his album – Making history – my Presenter’s Pick album of 2022.

Chart this week in

No 1 Status Quo – Down Down. No 1 also in Belgium and Netherlands. Top 10 in three more countries.

No 4 Gloria Gaynor – Never can say goodbye. UK no 2, USA no 9, Top 10 in six more countries.

No 16 Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You ain’t seen nothing yet. UK no 2, USA no 1 and no 1 in five more countries. Top 10 in eight more countries.

Lisa Harman – Smoke and mirrors – Title track from the album released on Christmas Day.

Tom Bright – Don’t forget me – released today. Track from his up-coming third album –

Roger Taylor & KT Tunstall – Just trying to get by – released in 2021.

Remembering Jeff Beck, who passed away this week. The guitarist’s guitarist. 

Yardbirds – For your love – no 3 in the UK and no 10 in the USA in 1966.

Hi Ho silver lining – UK no 14 in 1967, New Zealand no4 and Top 20 in two more countries. Re-released in 1972, UK no 17.

 

My guest  on 27th of January is Helen Saddleton. She is a church bell ringer.  She tell us why she loves this activity and seeks to encourage others to be involved.

Join Jo Bailey next Friday 20th between 1-3pm.

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 13.1.22 with Helen Wilkerson

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Helen Wilkerson
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Helen talked about Cool to be Kind and Street Support. These are two Chelmsford based initiatives seeking to help vulnerable people and rough sleepers.

Helen Wilkerson gave us an update  on the rucksack project run by https://www.c2bk.co.uk/ There are lists on the website for the rucksacks for women and men. There have been a number of significant donations of items enabling many rucksacks to have been distributed to rough sleepers, but there is always a need for more. There is a display in Chelmsford museum in Oaklands Park which tells about all the cool collaborations with various organisations that enable the work to develop. Through lobbying for change, there is an aspiration to end homelessness on the streets of Chelmsford.

https://streetsupport.net/chelmsford/ is a one stop shop for homeless, rough sleepers and vulnerable people of Chelmsford.  It is a website to make it as easy as possible to get help for people in need. On the website there are links seeking to help with the cost of living crisi.

https://steeetsupport.net/chelmsford/money-help-services/

There is also information about Warm Spaces available in Chelmsford.

Helen made an appeal for volunteers to help. She stated that everyone has a skill that could be used to help people. Whether it is administration, driving, marketing, storage or  fund-raising, she encouraged people to be in touch. There is a strong desire to expand the help  beyond to Chelmsford and help the whole of Essex.

Playlist

Ralph McTell – Streets of London. UK no 2 at Christmas 1974. No 2 this week in 1975. Originally recorded in 1969.

Phil Collins – Another day in paradise. No 1 in USA and 10 more countries in 1989/90. UK no 2. Grammy Record of the year.

The Police – Message in a bottle.  1979 UK no1 from the UK no1 album – Regga de Blanc – no 369 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Chosen by Helen

Jess Glynne – Don’t be hard on yourself. UK no 1 in 2015. Helen chose this

Joni Mitchell – A case of you. From the album – Blue – No 3 in Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums of all time. Helen

Birthdays competition

Paulo Nutini recently celebrated his 36th birthday. We heard the 2006 track – Jenny don’t be hasty. The 42nd single release from the UK no 3 album – These streets – Top  20 in five more countries.

Above, Melanie C in 2003.

Below, Melanie C in 2023.

Melanie C, (Melanie Jayne Chisholm) is 49 years of age. We heard her UK no 14 and Top 20 in three more countries – On the horizon. 

A track from the album – Reason – UK no 5.

Mike McGear (Peter Michael McCartney), younger brother of Paul, is 79 years of age. We heard the Scaffold 1968 no 1 in UK, Australia and Ireland, Top 10 in 6 more countries – Lily the Pink. Jack Bruce played bass guitar on the track. Backing vocals from Graham Nash, Reg Dwight (Elton John) and Tim Rice.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Helen in the studio, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for participating.  Bob and Patrick were joint winners today with 4pts.

Patrick requested a track by Cliff Richard. We played – We don’t talk anymore – UK no 1 and No 1 in9 more countries. Top 10in eight countries, including no 7 in USA. Total sales of over 4 million.

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue – track from his album – Making history – my Presenter’s Pick album of 2022.

Chart this week in

No 1 Status Quo – Down Down. No 1 also in Belgium and Netherlands. Top 10 in three more countries.

No 4 Gloria Gaynor – Never can say goodbye. UK no 2, USA no 9, Top 10 in six more countries.

No 16 Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You ain’t seen nothing yet. UK no 2, USA no 1 and no 1 in five more countries. Top 10 in eight more countries.

Lisa Harman – Smoke and mirrors – Title track from the album released on Christmas Day.

Tom Bright – Don’t forget me – released today. Track from his up-coming third album –

Roger Taylor & KT Tunstall – Just trying to get by – released in 2021.

Remembering Jeff Beck, who passed away this week. The guitarist’s guitarist. 

Yardbirds – For your love – no 3 in the UK and no 10 in the USA in 1966.

Hi Ho silver lining – UK no 14 in 1967, New Zealand no4 and Top 20 in two more countries. Re-released in 1972, UK no 17.

 

My guest  on 27th of January is Helen Saddleton. She is a church bell ringer.  She tell us why she loves this activity and seeks to encourage others to be involved.

Join Jo Bailey next Friday 20th between 1-3pm.

 

 

 

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