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One 2 Three Friday 5.1.2024 More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.

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More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

We had another fascinating selection of music mainly chosen b my studio guests in 2023. Full recordings of all the shows mentioned can be accessed by going to the Presenters pages and clicking on my name.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – a track from her album simple  titled – Lauren Diagle – my Presenter Pick album for 2023 and nominated for a Grammy award.

Tumbling Souls – End up running – a favourite track from 2023 from a band from the Outer Hebrides.

Nina Simone – Feeling good – A track chosen by Rosie Woodall, at the time Chaplain for the Bishop of Chelmsford. Bishop Guli was attending a rehearsal for the Coronation, though this was kept secret, so Rosie filled in at short notice.

Katie Melua – Nine million bicycles, Zoe Jay from https://www.helenrollason.org.uk encouraged participation in the Helen Rollason Annual Cycle Ride for the charity.

Philippa Hanna – You’re still God – Ian Moore from Billericay Baptist church chose this track when he came to the studio with Pastor Ebenezer from Eluru, India.

Walk off the Earth – Happy – Jeannie Saggs from https://chesshomeless.org gave us an update on the charity that now can offer over sixty beds to homeless people.

Kygo ft Whitney Houston – Higher love – Holly and Frances from https://bscwt.org talked about the Its your move project they had been running with Year 6 pupils in Brentwood.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – Paul Carr from Emanuel church Billericay told us that after 19 years he was moving to Paphos in Cyprus where he will have three churches. He chose this Grammy nominated track released earlier this year.

Birthdays competition.

Yvonne Elliman – I don’t know how to love him (acoustic) – is 72 years of age. She come to prominence in the early 1970s playing Mary Magdeleno in the London production of Jesus Christ, Superstar.

Tracey Ullman – Breakaway – 1983 track, first of three UK Top 10 hits in a brief singing career for this comedic actress. She is 64 years old.

Ellie Golding – Still falling for you – from the soundtrack of the2016 film – Bridget Jones baby. UK no 11, world-wide sales of one and a half million. Ellie is 37 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner with four points was Bob.

Katrina & The Waves – Walking on sunshine – David Norfield talked about his love of walking, particularly in bare feet. He said this is because he feels everywhere is Holy ground. More information on walks can be found at  https://britishpilgrimage.org/

Beatles – She’s leaving home – Sue and Gervase Vernon talked about Hope into Action. This charity initiative seeks to provide housing for homeless people. https://www.hopeintoaction.org.uk

Florence and The Machine – You’ve got the love – Janet Hewitt and June Murray from the Chelmsford Rough Sleeper Support Team told us about food being offered to homeless people in the layby in front of Chelmsford Library every Wednesday between 6 – 7.45 pm. https://www.streetsupport.net/chelmsford/index.html

The Bishop of Chelmsford, Bishop Guli talked about her involvement with the Coronation of King Charles 111. She also spoke about needing to be a refuge from Iran in 1979 when her brother was murdered and it was unsafe for her father the Bishop and the family to stay in the country.

Chart this week in 1977.

No 6 Queen – Somebody to love – UK no 2, No 1 in the Netherlands. USA no 9 and Top 10 in five more countries. The track sold 3 million 45 rpm singles in USA.

No 13 Status Quo – The wild side of life –  UK no 9, Australia no 8, Top 20 in three more countries.   Country song originally released by Hank Thompson in 1952.

No 17 Stevie Wonder – I wish – USA and Canada no 1. UK no 5. Top 10 in three more countries. Grammy award for the Best male vocal performance.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. Lottie Capp and Jacob Jordan, together with Head Teacher  Neil Taggart, came from Ingatestone & Fryerning C. of E. Junior school to talk about being Dementia Friends. They explained why they thought it was very important for everyone to understand that people with dementia should be treated in a kind way.

https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk

Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Lee Carmichael talked about the 90th anniversary of the Elim church being founded in Ingatestone.

Ed Sheeran & Luke Combes – Life goes on – Fr. Mark North gave us all the information about the Christmas celebrations at St. Thomas’ Brentwood including an evening around the Christmas tree of Curry and Carols. He chose this track to simply remind us that not everyone has easy times at Christmas, or indeed other times. Empathy and kindness are needed from us all.

Next week I am joined by Chris and Bob Waters, regular listeners and volunteer fundraisers for Cancer Research. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

 

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One 2 Three Friday 5.1.2024 More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

We had another fascinating selection of music mainly chosen b my studio guests in 2023. Full recordings of all the shows mentioned can be accessed by going to the Presenters pages and clicking on my name.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – a track from her album simple  titled – Lauren Diagle – my Presenter Pick album for 2023 and nominated for a Grammy award.

Tumbling Souls – End up running – a favourite track from 2023 from a band from the Outer Hebrides.

Nina Simone – Feeling good – A track chosen by Rosie Woodall, at the time Chaplain for the Bishop of Chelmsford. Bishop Guli was attending a rehearsal for the Coronation, though this was kept secret, so Rosie filled in at short notice.

Katie Melua – Nine million bicycles, Zoe Jay from https://www.helenrollason.org.uk encouraged participation in the Helen Rollason Annual Cycle Ride for the charity.

Philippa Hanna – You’re still God – Ian Moore from Billericay Baptist church chose this track when he came to the studio with Pastor Ebenezer from Eluru, India.

Walk off the Earth – Happy – Jeannie Saggs from https://chesshomeless.org gave us an update on the charity that now can offer over sixty beds to homeless people.

Kygo ft Whitney Houston – Higher love – Holly and Frances from https://bscwt.org talked about the Its your move project they had been running with Year 6 pupils in Brentwood.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – Paul Carr from Emanuel church Billericay told us that after 19 years he was moving to Paphos in Cyprus where he will have three churches. He chose this Grammy nominated track released earlier this year.

Birthdays competition.

Yvonne Elliman – I don’t know how to love him (acoustic) – is 72 years of age. She come to prominence in the early 1970s playing Mary Magdeleno in the London production of Jesus Christ, Superstar.

Tracey Ullman – Breakaway – 1983 track, first of three UK Top 10 hits in a brief singing career for this comedic actress. She is 64 years old.

Ellie Golding – Still falling for you – from the soundtrack of the2016 film – Bridget Jones baby. UK no 11, world-wide sales of one and a half million. Ellie is 37 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner with four points was Bob.

Katrina & The Waves – Walking on sunshine – David Norfield talked about his love of walking, particularly in bare feet. He said this is because he feels everywhere is Holy ground. More information on walks can be found at  https://britishpilgrimage.org/

Beatles – She’s leaving home – Sue and Gervase Vernon talked about Hope into Action. This charity initiative seeks to provide housing for homeless people. https://www.hopeintoaction.org.uk

Florence and The Machine – You’ve got the love – Janet Hewitt and June Murray from the Chelmsford Rough Sleeper Support Team told us about food being offered to homeless people in the layby in front of Chelmsford Library every Wednesday between 6 – 7.45 pm. https://www.streetsupport.net/chelmsford/index.html

The Bishop of Chelmsford, Bishop Guli talked about her involvement with the Coronation of King Charles 111. She also spoke about needing to be a refuge from Iran in 1979 when her brother was murdered and it was unsafe for her father the Bishop and the family to stay in the country.

Chart this week in 1977.

No 6 Queen – Somebody to love – UK no 2, No 1 in the Netherlands. USA no 9 and Top 10 in five more countries. The track sold 3 million 45 rpm singles in USA.

No 13 Status Quo – The wild side of life –  UK no 9, Australia no 8, Top 20 in three more countries.   Country song originally released by Hank Thompson in 1952.

No 17 Stevie Wonder – I wish – USA and Canada no 1. UK no 5. Top 10 in three more countries. Grammy award for the Best male vocal performance.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. Lottie Capp and Jacob Jordan, together with Head Teacher  Neil Taggart, came from Ingatestone & Fryerning C. of E. Junior school to talk about being Dementia Friends. They explained why they thought it was very important for everyone to understand that people with dementia should be treated in a kind way.

https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk

Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Lee Carmichael talked about the 90th anniversary of the Elim church being founded in Ingatestone.

Ed Sheeran & Luke Combes – Life goes on – Fr. Mark North gave us all the information about the Christmas celebrations at St. Thomas’ Brentwood including an evening around the Christmas tree of Curry and Carols. He chose this track to simply remind us that not everyone has easy times at Christmas, or indeed other times. Empathy and kindness are needed from us all.

Next week I am joined by Chris and Bob Waters, regular listeners and volunteer fundraisers for Cancer Research. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

 

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One 2 Three Friday 5.1.2024 More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

We had another fascinating selection of music mainly chosen b my studio guests in 2023. Full recordings of all the shows mentioned can be accessed by going to the Presenters pages and clicking on my name.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – a track from her album simple  titled – Lauren Diagle – my Presenter Pick album for 2023 and nominated for a Grammy award.

Tumbling Souls – End up running – a favourite track from 2023 from a band from the Outer Hebrides.

Nina Simone – Feeling good – A track chosen by Rosie Woodall, at the time Chaplain for the Bishop of Chelmsford. Bishop Guli was attending a rehearsal for the Coronation, though this was kept secret, so Rosie filled in at short notice.

Katie Melua – Nine million bicycles, Zoe Jay from https://www.helenrollason.org.uk encouraged participation in the Helen Rollason Annual Cycle Ride for the charity.

Philippa Hanna – You’re still God – Ian Moore from Billericay Baptist church chose this track when he came to the studio with Pastor Ebenezer from Eluru, India.

Walk off the Earth – Happy – Jeannie Saggs from https://chesshomeless.org gave us an update on the charity that now can offer over sixty beds to homeless people.

Kygo ft Whitney Houston – Higher love – Holly and Frances from https://bscwt.org talked about the Its your move project they had been running with Year 6 pupils in Brentwood.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – Paul Carr from Emanuel church Billericay told us that after 19 years he was moving to Paphos in Cyprus where he will have three churches. He chose this Grammy nominated track released earlier this year.

Birthdays competition.

Yvonne Elliman – I don’t know how to love him (acoustic) – is 72 years of age. She come to prominence in the early 1970s playing Mary Magdeleno in the London production of Jesus Christ, Superstar.

Tracey Ullman – Breakaway – 1983 track, first of three UK Top 10 hits in a brief singing career for this comedic actress. She is 64 years old.

Ellie Golding – Still falling for you – from the soundtrack of the2016 film – Bridget Jones baby. UK no 11, world-wide sales of one and a half million. Ellie is 37 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner with four points was Bob.

Katrina & The Waves – Walking on sunshine – David Norfield talked about his love of walking, particularly in bare feet. He said this is because he feels everywhere is Holy ground. More information on walks can be found at  https://britishpilgrimage.org/

Beatles – She’s leaving home – Sue and Gervase Vernon talked about Hope into Action. This charity initiative seeks to provide housing for homeless people. https://www.hopeintoaction.org.uk

Florence and The Machine – You’ve got the love – Janet Hewitt and June Murray from the Chelmsford Rough Sleeper Support Team told us about food being offered to homeless people in the layby in front of Chelmsford Library every Wednesday between 6 – 7.45 pm. https://www.streetsupport.net/chelmsford/index.html

The Bishop of Chelmsford, Bishop Guli talked about her involvement with the Coronation of King Charles 111. She also spoke about needing to be a refuge from Iran in 1979 when her brother was murdered and it was unsafe for her father the Bishop and the family to stay in the country.

Chart this week in 1977.

No 6 Queen – Somebody to love – UK no 2, No 1 in the Netherlands. USA no 9 and Top 10 in five more countries. The track sold 3 million 45 rpm singles in USA.

No 13 Status Quo – The wild side of life –  UK no 9, Australia no 8, Top 20 in three more countries.   Country song originally released by Hank Thompson in 1952.

No 17 Stevie Wonder – I wish – USA and Canada no 1. UK no 5. Top 10 in three more countries. Grammy award for the Best male vocal performance.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. Lottie Capp and Jacob Jordan, together with Head Teacher  Neil Taggart, came from Ingatestone & Fryerning C. of E. Junior school to talk about being Dementia Friends. They explained why they thought it was very important for everyone to understand that people with dementia should be treated in a kind way.

https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk

Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Lee Carmichael talked about the 90th anniversary of the Elim church being founded in Ingatestone.

Ed Sheeran & Luke Combes – Life goes on – Fr. Mark North gave us all the information about the Christmas celebrations at St. Thomas’ Brentwood including an evening around the Christmas tree of Curry and Carols. He chose this track to simply remind us that not everyone has easy times at Christmas, or indeed other times. Empathy and kindness are needed from us all.

Next week I am joined by Chris and Bob Waters, regular listeners and volunteer fundraisers for Cancer Research. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

 

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One 2 Three Friday 5.1.2024 More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
More music chosen by studio guests in 2023.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

We had another fascinating selection of music mainly chosen b my studio guests in 2023. Full recordings of all the shows mentioned can be accessed by going to the Presenters pages and clicking on my name.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – Turbulent skies – a track from her album simple  titled – Lauren Diagle – my Presenter Pick album for 2023 and nominated for a Grammy award.

Tumbling Souls – End up running – a favourite track from 2023 from a band from the Outer Hebrides.

Nina Simone – Feeling good – A track chosen by Rosie Woodall, at the time Chaplain for the Bishop of Chelmsford. Bishop Guli was attending a rehearsal for the Coronation, though this was kept secret, so Rosie filled in at short notice.

Katie Melua – Nine million bicycles, Zoe Jay from https://www.helenrollason.org.uk encouraged participation in the Helen Rollason Annual Cycle Ride for the charity.

Philippa Hanna – You’re still God – Ian Moore from Billericay Baptist church chose this track when he came to the studio with Pastor Ebenezer from Eluru, India.

Walk off the Earth – Happy – Jeannie Saggs from https://chesshomeless.org gave us an update on the charity that now can offer over sixty beds to homeless people.

Kygo ft Whitney Houston – Higher love – Holly and Frances from https://bscwt.org talked about the Its your move project they had been running with Year 6 pupils in Brentwood.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – Paul Carr from Emanuel church Billericay told us that after 19 years he was moving to Paphos in Cyprus where he will have three churches. He chose this Grammy nominated track released earlier this year.

Birthdays competition.

Yvonne Elliman – I don’t know how to love him (acoustic) – is 72 years of age. She come to prominence in the early 1970s playing Mary Magdeleno in the London production of Jesus Christ, Superstar.

Tracey Ullman – Breakaway – 1983 track, first of three UK Top 10 hits in a brief singing career for this comedic actress. She is 64 years old.

Ellie Golding – Still falling for you – from the soundtrack of the2016 film – Bridget Jones baby. UK no 11, world-wide sales of one and a half million. Ellie is 37 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner with four points was Bob.

Katrina & The Waves – Walking on sunshine – David Norfield talked about his love of walking, particularly in bare feet. He said this is because he feels everywhere is Holy ground. More information on walks can be found at  https://britishpilgrimage.org/

Beatles – She’s leaving home – Sue and Gervase Vernon talked about Hope into Action. This charity initiative seeks to provide housing for homeless people. https://www.hopeintoaction.org.uk

Florence and The Machine – You’ve got the love – Janet Hewitt and June Murray from the Chelmsford Rough Sleeper Support Team told us about food being offered to homeless people in the layby in front of Chelmsford Library every Wednesday between 6 – 7.45 pm. https://www.streetsupport.net/chelmsford/index.html

The Bishop of Chelmsford, Bishop Guli talked about her involvement with the Coronation of King Charles 111. She also spoke about needing to be a refuge from Iran in 1979 when her brother was murdered and it was unsafe for her father the Bishop and the family to stay in the country.

Chart this week in 1977.

No 6 Queen – Somebody to love – UK no 2, No 1 in the Netherlands. USA no 9 and Top 10 in five more countries. The track sold 3 million 45 rpm singles in USA.

No 13 Status Quo – The wild side of life –  UK no 9, Australia no 8, Top 20 in three more countries.   Country song originally released by Hank Thompson in 1952.

No 17 Stevie Wonder – I wish – USA and Canada no 1. UK no 5. Top 10 in three more countries. Grammy award for the Best male vocal performance.

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness. Lottie Capp and Jacob Jordan, together with Head Teacher  Neil Taggart, came from Ingatestone & Fryerning C. of E. Junior school to talk about being Dementia Friends. They explained why they thought it was very important for everyone to understand that people with dementia should be treated in a kind way.

https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk

Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Lee Carmichael talked about the 90th anniversary of the Elim church being founded in Ingatestone.

Ed Sheeran & Luke Combes – Life goes on – Fr. Mark North gave us all the information about the Christmas celebrations at St. Thomas’ Brentwood including an evening around the Christmas tree of Curry and Carols. He chose this track to simply remind us that not everyone has easy times at Christmas, or indeed other times. Empathy and kindness are needed from us all.

Next week I am joined by Chris and Bob Waters, regular listeners and volunteer fundraisers for Cancer Research. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

 

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