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One 2 Three Friday 16.2.24 with Julie Hardy

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

Julie Hardy talked about the C of E churches All Saints Kelvedon Hatch, St. Paul’s Bentley Common and St Thomas Navestock. She said that the three churches had very different styles of worship and she loves the variety each Sunday as she leads services in all three. Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and Julie took services with two schools at which the children could be marked with ashes if they wished, and they all did. This is a sign of using the period of Lent to reflect on life, including asking for forgiveness for mistakes that have been made. Julie said she makes mistakes all the time (we all do). People who worship in her three churches are using Lent as a time to reflect on “how they are travelling with God in their lives”.

For more information about the churches go to https://benkelnav.org.uk

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky –  from the album – Midnights – Winner ofthe2024 Grammy award for best album.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – winner of the 2024 Grammy awards for Best Country performance and Best Country song.

Barry White – You’re the first, the last, my everything – 1974 No 1 in UK and Spain, USA no 2 and Top 10 in seven more countries. Julie likes this song as she feels many of the references in the words relate to how she feels about her relationship with Jesus.

Take That – Shine – 2006 UK no 1, Top 10 in four more countries. From the comeback album – Beautiful world – UK no 1 and in Ireland and Taiwan, Top 10 in four more countries. Julie talked about using this song in a church service whilst she was considering the possibility of ordination. She feels everyone should be told that they shine.

Coldplay – A sky full of stars – No 1 Italy, Israel, Lebanon, UK 9, USA 10, Top 10 in 26 countries. From the album – Ghost stories – went to no1 on iTunes in over 100 countries. This track brings back varied memories of holidays to Julie.

Birthdays competition

Peter Gabriel – Games without frontiers – 1980 UK no 4, Ireland no 3, Canada no 7. From the album – Peter Gabriel 3 Melt – UK no 1, Top 10 in two more countries, USA no 22. Peter recently celebrated his 74th birthday.

Robbie Williams – Angels – 1997 UK no 4, Ireland no 2, Top 20 in ten more countries. Robbie is 50 years old.

Duran Duran – Planet Earth – 1981 UK no 12. From their eponymous debut album, No 2 in New Zealand, no 3  UK & Sweden, USA no 10.

Thanks to Julie in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford for taking part. The winner with  six points was Chris, not in Guildford today but at the Toddington service area. Julie in the studio had three points. Both were astounded.

Gene Pitney – Something’s gotten hold of my heart – 1967 UK no 5. Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jamie Cullum – Edge of something – from 2013 album – Momentum – no 5 in Portugal, UK no 20, Top 20 in another 5 countries.

Moody Blues – Question – 1970 UK no 2, no 1 in Netherlands and Ireland, from the album – A question of balance – UK no 1, USA no 3, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Chart this week in 1963

No 1 Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds – UK no 1 for three weeks, also no 1 in Ireland. Both former members for The Shadows. Jimmy Page on rhythm Guitar. John Paul Jones on base guitar.

No 10 Kenny Ball & his Jazzmen – Sukikaki – only charted in UK. This was the highest position.

No 12 Springfields – Island of dreams – Ireland and Israel no 2, UK no 10.

No 17 Elvis Presley – Return to sender – UK Christmas no 1, USA Cashbox no 1 and no 1 in four more countries. Featured in the film – Girls, Girls, Girls.

Roachford – All the love we need – from the PhoenixFM A list.

DC Pierce – Longtime listener, first time caller – from the 2023 album – Mindful systems. Check out the showblog for 6th of October, where Dan was the studio guest and we previewed the album.

Elton John – Song for Guy – 1978 UK no 4, Top 10 in three more countries. From the album – A Single man – UK no 8, Top 10 in three countries, USA no 15.

Guests next week

Ivor Moody will return to talk about the other thee songs from his book – Six More songs https://www.austinmacauley.com/books/six-more-songs

Dan Skeats returns to give us an update on the Rucksack Project https://www.c2bk.co.uk

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 16.2.24 with Julie Hardy

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

Julie Hardy talked about the C of E churches All Saints Kelvedon Hatch, St. Paul’s Bentley Common and St Thomas Navestock. She said that the three churches had very different styles of worship and she loves the variety each Sunday as she leads services in all three. Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and Julie took services with two schools at which the children could be marked with ashes if they wished, and they all did. This is a sign of using the period of Lent to reflect on life, including asking for forgiveness for mistakes that have been made. Julie said she makes mistakes all the time (we all do). People who worship in her three churches are using Lent as a time to reflect on “how they are travelling with God in their lives”.

For more information about the churches go to https://benkelnav.org.uk

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky –  from the album – Midnights – Winner ofthe2024 Grammy award for best album.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – winner of the 2024 Grammy awards for Best Country performance and Best Country song.

Barry White – You’re the first, the last, my everything – 1974 No 1 in UK and Spain, USA no 2 and Top 10 in seven more countries. Julie likes this song as she feels many of the references in the words relate to how she feels about her relationship with Jesus.

Take That – Shine – 2006 UK no 1, Top 10 in four more countries. From the comeback album – Beautiful world – UK no 1 and in Ireland and Taiwan, Top 10 in four more countries. Julie talked about using this song in a church service whilst she was considering the possibility of ordination. She feels everyone should be told that they shine.

Coldplay – A sky full of stars – No 1 Italy, Israel, Lebanon, UK 9, USA 10, Top 10 in 26 countries. From the album – Ghost stories – went to no1 on iTunes in over 100 countries. This track brings back varied memories of holidays to Julie.

Birthdays competition

Peter Gabriel – Games without frontiers – 1980 UK no 4, Ireland no 3, Canada no 7. From the album – Peter Gabriel 3 Melt – UK no 1, Top 10 in two more countries, USA no 22. Peter recently celebrated his 74th birthday.

Robbie Williams – Angels – 1997 UK no 4, Ireland no 2, Top 20 in ten more countries. Robbie is 50 years old.

Duran Duran – Planet Earth – 1981 UK no 12. From their eponymous debut album, No 2 in New Zealand, no 3  UK & Sweden, USA no 10.

Thanks to Julie in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford for taking part. The winner with  six points was Chris, not in Guildford today but at the Toddington service area. Julie in the studio had three points. Both were astounded.

Gene Pitney – Something’s gotten hold of my heart – 1967 UK no 5. Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jamie Cullum – Edge of something – from 2013 album – Momentum – no 5 in Portugal, UK no 20, Top 20 in another 5 countries.

Moody Blues – Question – 1970 UK no 2, no 1 in Netherlands and Ireland, from the album – A question of balance – UK no 1, USA no 3, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Chart this week in 1963

No 1 Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds – UK no 1 for three weeks, also no 1 in Ireland. Both former members for The Shadows. Jimmy Page on rhythm Guitar. John Paul Jones on base guitar.

No 10 Kenny Ball & his Jazzmen – Sukikaki – only charted in UK. This was the highest position.

No 12 Springfields – Island of dreams – Ireland and Israel no 2, UK no 10.

No 17 Elvis Presley – Return to sender – UK Christmas no 1, USA Cashbox no 1 and no 1 in four more countries. Featured in the film – Girls, Girls, Girls.

Roachford – All the love we need – from the PhoenixFM A list.

DC Pierce – Longtime listener, first time caller – from the 2023 album – Mindful systems. Check out the showblog for 6th of October, where Dan was the studio guest and we previewed the album.

Elton John – Song for Guy – 1978 UK no 4, Top 10 in three more countries. From the album – A Single man – UK no 8, Top 10 in three countries, USA no 15.

Guests next week

Ivor Moody will return to talk about the other thee songs from his book – Six More songs https://www.austinmacauley.com/books/six-more-songs

Dan Skeats returns to give us an update on the Rucksack Project https://www.c2bk.co.uk

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 16.2.24 with Julie Hardy

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

Julie Hardy talked about the C of E churches All Saints Kelvedon Hatch, St. Paul’s Bentley Common and St Thomas Navestock. She said that the three churches had very different styles of worship and she loves the variety each Sunday as she leads services in all three. Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and Julie took services with two schools at which the children could be marked with ashes if they wished, and they all did. This is a sign of using the period of Lent to reflect on life, including asking for forgiveness for mistakes that have been made. Julie said she makes mistakes all the time (we all do). People who worship in her three churches are using Lent as a time to reflect on “how they are travelling with God in their lives”.

For more information about the churches go to https://benkelnav.org.uk

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky –  from the album – Midnights – Winner ofthe2024 Grammy award for best album.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – winner of the 2024 Grammy awards for Best Country performance and Best Country song.

Barry White – You’re the first, the last, my everything – 1974 No 1 in UK and Spain, USA no 2 and Top 10 in seven more countries. Julie likes this song as she feels many of the references in the words relate to how she feels about her relationship with Jesus.

Take That – Shine – 2006 UK no 1, Top 10 in four more countries. From the comeback album – Beautiful world – UK no 1 and in Ireland and Taiwan, Top 10 in four more countries. Julie talked about using this song in a church service whilst she was considering the possibility of ordination. She feels everyone should be told that they shine.

Coldplay – A sky full of stars – No 1 Italy, Israel, Lebanon, UK 9, USA 10, Top 10 in 26 countries. From the album – Ghost stories – went to no1 on iTunes in over 100 countries. This track brings back varied memories of holidays to Julie.

Birthdays competition

Peter Gabriel – Games without frontiers – 1980 UK no 4, Ireland no 3, Canada no 7. From the album – Peter Gabriel 3 Melt – UK no 1, Top 10 in two more countries, USA no 22. Peter recently celebrated his 74th birthday.

Robbie Williams – Angels – 1997 UK no 4, Ireland no 2, Top 20 in ten more countries. Robbie is 50 years old.

Duran Duran – Planet Earth – 1981 UK no 12. From their eponymous debut album, No 2 in New Zealand, no 3  UK & Sweden, USA no 10.

Thanks to Julie in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford for taking part. The winner with  six points was Chris, not in Guildford today but at the Toddington service area. Julie in the studio had three points. Both were astounded.

Gene Pitney – Something’s gotten hold of my heart – 1967 UK no 5. Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jamie Cullum – Edge of something – from 2013 album – Momentum – no 5 in Portugal, UK no 20, Top 20 in another 5 countries.

Moody Blues – Question – 1970 UK no 2, no 1 in Netherlands and Ireland, from the album – A question of balance – UK no 1, USA no 3, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Chart this week in 1963

No 1 Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds – UK no 1 for three weeks, also no 1 in Ireland. Both former members for The Shadows. Jimmy Page on rhythm Guitar. John Paul Jones on base guitar.

No 10 Kenny Ball & his Jazzmen – Sukikaki – only charted in UK. This was the highest position.

No 12 Springfields – Island of dreams – Ireland and Israel no 2, UK no 10.

No 17 Elvis Presley – Return to sender – UK Christmas no 1, USA Cashbox no 1 and no 1 in four more countries. Featured in the film – Girls, Girls, Girls.

Roachford – All the love we need – from the PhoenixFM A list.

DC Pierce – Longtime listener, first time caller – from the 2023 album – Mindful systems. Check out the showblog for 6th of October, where Dan was the studio guest and we previewed the album.

Elton John – Song for Guy – 1978 UK no 4, Top 10 in three more countries. From the album – A Single man – UK no 8, Top 10 in three countries, USA no 15.

Guests next week

Ivor Moody will return to talk about the other thee songs from his book – Six More songs https://www.austinmacauley.com/books/six-more-songs

Dan Skeats returns to give us an update on the Rucksack Project https://www.c2bk.co.uk

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 16.2.24 with Julie Hardy

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

Julie Hardy talked about the C of E churches All Saints Kelvedon Hatch, St. Paul’s Bentley Common and St Thomas Navestock. She said that the three churches had very different styles of worship and she loves the variety each Sunday as she leads services in all three. Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and Julie took services with two schools at which the children could be marked with ashes if they wished, and they all did. This is a sign of using the period of Lent to reflect on life, including asking for forgiveness for mistakes that have been made. Julie said she makes mistakes all the time (we all do). People who worship in her three churches are using Lent as a time to reflect on “how they are travelling with God in their lives”.

For more information about the churches go to https://benkelnav.org.uk

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky –  from the album – Midnights – Winner ofthe2024 Grammy award for best album.

Chris Stapleton – White horse – winner of the 2024 Grammy awards for Best Country performance and Best Country song.

Barry White – You’re the first, the last, my everything – 1974 No 1 in UK and Spain, USA no 2 and Top 10 in seven more countries. Julie likes this song as she feels many of the references in the words relate to how she feels about her relationship with Jesus.

Take That – Shine – 2006 UK no 1, Top 10 in four more countries. From the comeback album – Beautiful world – UK no 1 and in Ireland and Taiwan, Top 10 in four more countries. Julie talked about using this song in a church service whilst she was considering the possibility of ordination. She feels everyone should be told that they shine.

Coldplay – A sky full of stars – No 1 Italy, Israel, Lebanon, UK 9, USA 10, Top 10 in 26 countries. From the album – Ghost stories – went to no1 on iTunes in over 100 countries. This track brings back varied memories of holidays to Julie.

Birthdays competition

Peter Gabriel – Games without frontiers – 1980 UK no 4, Ireland no 3, Canada no 7. From the album – Peter Gabriel 3 Melt – UK no 1, Top 10 in two more countries, USA no 22. Peter recently celebrated his 74th birthday.

Robbie Williams – Angels – 1997 UK no 4, Ireland no 2, Top 20 in ten more countries. Robbie is 50 years old.

Duran Duran – Planet Earth – 1981 UK no 12. From their eponymous debut album, No 2 in New Zealand, no 3  UK & Sweden, USA no 10.

Thanks to Julie in the studio, Chris and Bob in Harlow and Chris in Guildford for taking part. The winner with  six points was Chris, not in Guildford today but at the Toddington service area. Julie in the studio had three points. Both were astounded.

Gene Pitney – Something’s gotten hold of my heart – 1967 UK no 5. Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Jamie Cullum – Edge of something – from 2013 album – Momentum – no 5 in Portugal, UK no 20, Top 20 in another 5 countries.

Moody Blues – Question – 1970 UK no 2, no 1 in Netherlands and Ireland, from the album – A question of balance – UK no 1, USA no 3, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Chart this week in 1963

No 1 Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds – UK no 1 for three weeks, also no 1 in Ireland. Both former members for The Shadows. Jimmy Page on rhythm Guitar. John Paul Jones on base guitar.

No 10 Kenny Ball & his Jazzmen – Sukikaki – only charted in UK. This was the highest position.

No 12 Springfields – Island of dreams – Ireland and Israel no 2, UK no 10.

No 17 Elvis Presley – Return to sender – UK Christmas no 1, USA Cashbox no 1 and no 1 in four more countries. Featured in the film – Girls, Girls, Girls.

Roachford – All the love we need – from the PhoenixFM A list.

DC Pierce – Longtime listener, first time caller – from the 2023 album – Mindful systems. Check out the showblog for 6th of October, where Dan was the studio guest and we previewed the album.

Elton John – Song for Guy – 1978 UK no 4, Top 10 in three more countries. From the album – A Single man – UK no 8, Top 10 in three countries, USA no 15.

Guests next week

Ivor Moody will return to talk about the other thee songs from his book – Six More songs https://www.austinmacauley.com/books/six-more-songs

Dan Skeats returns to give us an update on the Rucksack Project https://www.c2bk.co.uk

 

 

 

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