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One 2 Three Friday 14.6.24 Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.

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Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.
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Patrick Sherring

Richard Pusey is a guide at the historic Tudor House, Ingatestone Hall.  Without notes, he told us that in 1539  the lands of Barking Abbey were surrendered to the Crown and Dr. Petre purchased the manor for £848 12s. Dr Petre had the old steward’s house demolished and the house was built that we see today.

Very little has been changed inside the building which still has the original Tudor panelling, kitchen and many interesting features including ‘priest holes’. The Petre’s were a Catholic family and during the time of Queen Elizabeth Catholic priests were seen as plotters against the Crown. Upstairs there is a long gallery where a number of activities took place when the weather was inclement ,including archery practice. During the summer the Hall can be visited on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, 12 – 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. £10 for adults, £8 pensioners, children aged 5 – 16 £5. Upcoming events include Open air theatre production of The Tempest on20th of June  7pm – 9pm and Wuthering Heights on19th of July. For more information about the Hall  go to https://www.ingatestonehall.com

Playlist

Beatles – Here comes the sun – from 1969 album – Abbey Road. 2015 NME rated it the 4th best Beatles song.

Olly Alexander – It’s a sin – one of the music choices of last week’s guest Mike Power, former West End theatre director, now Archdeacon of Southend.

J. Daniel Smith – Dem Bones – chosen by Richard as he used to be an orthopaedic surgeon.

Debby Wiseman – Prophecies and dreams (theme to TV series Wolf Hall). Thomas Cromwell was the boss of William Petre who built Ingatestone Hall.

The Irish Rovers – What shall we do with the drunken sailor? Richard used to do a lot of sailing and was Commodore of the Blackwater Sailing Club.

Birthdays competition

Nancy Sinatra – These boots are made for walkin’ – 1966 No 1 in UK, USA, Australia and Canada. Top 10 in 2 more countries. In 2020 track inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Last Saturday Nancy celebrated her 84th birthday.

Five – Keep on movin’ – 1999 debuted at no 1 in UK, selling 1.3 million copies. No 1 in Hungary and Top 10 in 10 more countries.  Band member Jason “J” Brown is 48 years old.

They Might be Giants – Bird house in your soul – 1990 UK no 6, Ireland no 12.  John Linnell, one half of the band, was 65 on Wednesday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob back in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick and Rene in Ingatestone and Richard in the studio for taking part. Our winner this week with points was .

Patrick requested Jim Coce – Time in a bottle – posthumous USA and Canada no 1.

Tim Lee joined us in the studio to talk about the open day at St. Mary’s church Buttsbury. The church is on the bend in Stock Lane between Ingatestone and Stock. The church, sitting on the edge of fields, is open daylight hours every day.

On Saturday 15th there is an open day 2.30 – 4 pm. Refreshments including home made cakes will be available. There will be a number of activities, including “guess the weights of the sheep”. Tim said this was quite difficult as sheep weigh a lot. There will also be a tombola and music from some young people.

Jody & The Jerms – Unravelling – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Rag & Bone Man – What you believe in – from his as yet untitled up-coming album. On the PhoenixFM A list.

Louise Connor – London’s lonely – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Chart this week in 1988.

No 7 Maxi Priest – Wild world – UK no 5, Norway no 3, Top 10 in five more countries. Song written by Cat Stevens.

No 8 Aztec Camera – Somewhere in my heart – UK no 3, Ireland no 6. From the album – Love – UK no 10.

No 17 Fairground Attraction – Perfect – No 1 UK, Australia, Ireland, South Africa. Top 10 in 8 more countries.

Beach Boys – Sail on sailor – from the 1973 album – Holland. Netherlands no 9, Canada no 12, UK no 20, USA no 36. This track has had 13 million listens on Spotify,

George Martin – Theme One.

Bon Jovi – Living proof – from the album – Forever – released on 7th of June.

Next week my guest is Ian Kemble from the Brentwood School’s Christian Worker Trust who will be talking about the project helping Year 6 in Primary schools with their move to Secondary Education.

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One 2 Three Friday 14.6.24 Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.

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Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Richard Pusey is a guide at the historic Tudor House, Ingatestone Hall.  Without notes, he told us that in 1539  the lands of Barking Abbey were surrendered to the Crown and Dr. Petre purchased the manor for £848 12s. Dr Petre had the old steward’s house demolished and the house was built that we see today.

Very little has been changed inside the building which still has the original Tudor panelling, kitchen and many interesting features including ‘priest holes’. The Petre’s were a Catholic family and during the time of Queen Elizabeth Catholic priests were seen as plotters against the Crown. Upstairs there is a long gallery where a number of activities took place when the weather was inclement ,including archery practice. During the summer the Hall can be visited on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, 12 – 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. £10 for adults, £8 pensioners, children aged 5 – 16 £5. Upcoming events include Open air theatre production of The Tempest on20th of June  7pm – 9pm and Wuthering Heights on19th of July. For more information about the Hall  go to https://www.ingatestonehall.com

Playlist

Beatles – Here comes the sun – from 1969 album – Abbey Road. 2015 NME rated it the 4th best Beatles song.

Olly Alexander – It’s a sin – one of the music choices of last week’s guest Mike Power, former West End theatre director, now Archdeacon of Southend.

J. Daniel Smith – Dem Bones – chosen by Richard as he used to be an orthopaedic surgeon.

Debby Wiseman – Prophecies and dreams (theme to TV series Wolf Hall). Thomas Cromwell was the boss of William Petre who built Ingatestone Hall.

The Irish Rovers – What shall we do with the drunken sailor? Richard used to do a lot of sailing and was Commodore of the Blackwater Sailing Club.

Birthdays competition

Nancy Sinatra – These boots are made for walkin’ – 1966 No 1 in UK, USA, Australia and Canada. Top 10 in 2 more countries. In 2020 track inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Last Saturday Nancy celebrated her 84th birthday.

Five – Keep on movin’ – 1999 debuted at no 1 in UK, selling 1.3 million copies. No 1 in Hungary and Top 10 in 10 more countries.  Band member Jason “J” Brown is 48 years old.

They Might be Giants – Bird house in your soul – 1990 UK no 6, Ireland no 12.  John Linnell, one half of the band, was 65 on Wednesday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob back in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick and Rene in Ingatestone and Richard in the studio for taking part. Our winner this week with points was .

Patrick requested Jim Coce – Time in a bottle – posthumous USA and Canada no 1.

Tim Lee joined us in the studio to talk about the open day at St. Mary’s church Buttsbury. The church is on the bend in Stock Lane between Ingatestone and Stock. The church, sitting on the edge of fields, is open daylight hours every day.

On Saturday 15th there is an open day 2.30 – 4 pm. Refreshments including home made cakes will be available. There will be a number of activities, including “guess the weights of the sheep”. Tim said this was quite difficult as sheep weigh a lot. There will also be a tombola and music from some young people.

Jody & The Jerms – Unravelling – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Rag & Bone Man – What you believe in – from his as yet untitled up-coming album. On the PhoenixFM A list.

Louise Connor – London’s lonely – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Chart this week in 1988.

No 7 Maxi Priest – Wild world – UK no 5, Norway no 3, Top 10 in five more countries. Song written by Cat Stevens.

No 8 Aztec Camera – Somewhere in my heart – UK no 3, Ireland no 6. From the album – Love – UK no 10.

No 17 Fairground Attraction – Perfect – No 1 UK, Australia, Ireland, South Africa. Top 10 in 8 more countries.

Beach Boys – Sail on sailor – from the 1973 album – Holland. Netherlands no 9, Canada no 12, UK no 20, USA no 36. This track has had 13 million listens on Spotify,

George Martin – Theme One.

Bon Jovi – Living proof – from the album – Forever – released on 7th of June.

Next week my guest is Ian Kemble from the Brentwood School’s Christian Worker Trust who will be talking about the project helping Year 6 in Primary schools with their move to Secondary Education.

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One 2 Three Friday 14.6.24 Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Richard Pusey is a guide at the historic Tudor House, Ingatestone Hall.  Without notes, he told us that in 1539  the lands of Barking Abbey were surrendered to the Crown and Dr. Petre purchased the manor for £848 12s. Dr Petre had the old steward’s house demolished and the house was built that we see today.

Very little has been changed inside the building which still has the original Tudor panelling, kitchen and many interesting features including ‘priest holes’. The Petre’s were a Catholic family and during the time of Queen Elizabeth Catholic priests were seen as plotters against the Crown. Upstairs there is a long gallery where a number of activities took place when the weather was inclement ,including archery practice. During the summer the Hall can be visited on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, 12 – 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. £10 for adults, £8 pensioners, children aged 5 – 16 £5. Upcoming events include Open air theatre production of The Tempest on20th of June  7pm – 9pm and Wuthering Heights on19th of July. For more information about the Hall  go to https://www.ingatestonehall.com

Playlist

Beatles – Here comes the sun – from 1969 album – Abbey Road. 2015 NME rated it the 4th best Beatles song.

Olly Alexander – It’s a sin – one of the music choices of last week’s guest Mike Power, former West End theatre director, now Archdeacon of Southend.

J. Daniel Smith – Dem Bones – chosen by Richard as he used to be an orthopaedic surgeon.

Debby Wiseman – Prophecies and dreams (theme to TV series Wolf Hall). Thomas Cromwell was the boss of William Petre who built Ingatestone Hall.

The Irish Rovers – What shall we do with the drunken sailor? Richard used to do a lot of sailing and was Commodore of the Blackwater Sailing Club.

Birthdays competition

Nancy Sinatra – These boots are made for walkin’ – 1966 No 1 in UK, USA, Australia and Canada. Top 10 in 2 more countries. In 2020 track inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Last Saturday Nancy celebrated her 84th birthday.

Five – Keep on movin’ – 1999 debuted at no 1 in UK, selling 1.3 million copies. No 1 in Hungary and Top 10 in 10 more countries.  Band member Jason “J” Brown is 48 years old.

They Might be Giants – Bird house in your soul – 1990 UK no 6, Ireland no 12.  John Linnell, one half of the band, was 65 on Wednesday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob back in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick and Rene in Ingatestone and Richard in the studio for taking part. Our winner this week with points was .

Patrick requested Jim Coce – Time in a bottle – posthumous USA and Canada no 1.

Tim Lee joined us in the studio to talk about the open day at St. Mary’s church Buttsbury. The church is on the bend in Stock Lane between Ingatestone and Stock. The church, sitting on the edge of fields, is open daylight hours every day.

On Saturday 15th there is an open day 2.30 – 4 pm. Refreshments including home made cakes will be available. There will be a number of activities, including “guess the weights of the sheep”. Tim said this was quite difficult as sheep weigh a lot. There will also be a tombola and music from some young people.

Jody & The Jerms – Unravelling – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Rag & Bone Man – What you believe in – from his as yet untitled up-coming album. On the PhoenixFM A list.

Louise Connor – London’s lonely – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Chart this week in 1988.

No 7 Maxi Priest – Wild world – UK no 5, Norway no 3, Top 10 in five more countries. Song written by Cat Stevens.

No 8 Aztec Camera – Somewhere in my heart – UK no 3, Ireland no 6. From the album – Love – UK no 10.

No 17 Fairground Attraction – Perfect – No 1 UK, Australia, Ireland, South Africa. Top 10 in 8 more countries.

Beach Boys – Sail on sailor – from the 1973 album – Holland. Netherlands no 9, Canada no 12, UK no 20, USA no 36. This track has had 13 million listens on Spotify,

George Martin – Theme One.

Bon Jovi – Living proof – from the album – Forever – released on 7th of June.

Next week my guest is Ian Kemble from the Brentwood School’s Christian Worker Trust who will be talking about the project helping Year 6 in Primary schools with their move to Secondary Education.

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One 2 Three Friday 14.6.24 Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Richard Pusey Ingatestone Hall guide & Tim Lee Buttsbury church.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Richard Pusey is a guide at the historic Tudor House, Ingatestone Hall.  Without notes, he told us that in 1539  the lands of Barking Abbey were surrendered to the Crown and Dr. Petre purchased the manor for £848 12s. Dr Petre had the old steward’s house demolished and the house was built that we see today.

Very little has been changed inside the building which still has the original Tudor panelling, kitchen and many interesting features including ‘priest holes’. The Petre’s were a Catholic family and during the time of Queen Elizabeth Catholic priests were seen as plotters against the Crown. Upstairs there is a long gallery where a number of activities took place when the weather was inclement ,including archery practice. During the summer the Hall can be visited on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, 12 – 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. £10 for adults, £8 pensioners, children aged 5 – 16 £5. Upcoming events include Open air theatre production of The Tempest on20th of June  7pm – 9pm and Wuthering Heights on19th of July. For more information about the Hall  go to https://www.ingatestonehall.com

Playlist

Beatles – Here comes the sun – from 1969 album – Abbey Road. 2015 NME rated it the 4th best Beatles song.

Olly Alexander – It’s a sin – one of the music choices of last week’s guest Mike Power, former West End theatre director, now Archdeacon of Southend.

J. Daniel Smith – Dem Bones – chosen by Richard as he used to be an orthopaedic surgeon.

Debby Wiseman – Prophecies and dreams (theme to TV series Wolf Hall). Thomas Cromwell was the boss of William Petre who built Ingatestone Hall.

The Irish Rovers – What shall we do with the drunken sailor? Richard used to do a lot of sailing and was Commodore of the Blackwater Sailing Club.

Birthdays competition

Nancy Sinatra – These boots are made for walkin’ – 1966 No 1 in UK, USA, Australia and Canada. Top 10 in 2 more countries. In 2020 track inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Last Saturday Nancy celebrated her 84th birthday.

Five – Keep on movin’ – 1999 debuted at no 1 in UK, selling 1.3 million copies. No 1 in Hungary and Top 10 in 10 more countries.  Band member Jason “J” Brown is 48 years old.

They Might be Giants – Bird house in your soul – 1990 UK no 6, Ireland no 12.  John Linnell, one half of the band, was 65 on Wednesday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob back in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick and Rene in Ingatestone and Richard in the studio for taking part. Our winner this week with points was .

Patrick requested Jim Coce – Time in a bottle – posthumous USA and Canada no 1.

Tim Lee joined us in the studio to talk about the open day at St. Mary’s church Buttsbury. The church is on the bend in Stock Lane between Ingatestone and Stock. The church, sitting on the edge of fields, is open daylight hours every day.

On Saturday 15th there is an open day 2.30 – 4 pm. Refreshments including home made cakes will be available. There will be a number of activities, including “guess the weights of the sheep”. Tim said this was quite difficult as sheep weigh a lot. There will also be a tombola and music from some young people.

Jody & The Jerms – Unravelling – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Rag & Bone Man – What you believe in – from his as yet untitled up-coming album. On the PhoenixFM A list.

Louise Connor – London’s lonely – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Chart this week in 1988.

No 7 Maxi Priest – Wild world – UK no 5, Norway no 3, Top 10 in five more countries. Song written by Cat Stevens.

No 8 Aztec Camera – Somewhere in my heart – UK no 3, Ireland no 6. From the album – Love – UK no 10.

No 17 Fairground Attraction – Perfect – No 1 UK, Australia, Ireland, South Africa. Top 10 in 8 more countries.

Beach Boys – Sail on sailor – from the 1973 album – Holland. Netherlands no 9, Canada no 12, UK no 20, USA no 36. This track has had 13 million listens on Spotify,

George Martin – Theme One.

Bon Jovi – Living proof – from the album – Forever – released on 7th of June.

Next week my guest is Ian Kemble from the Brentwood School’s Christian Worker Trust who will be talking about the project helping Year 6 in Primary schools with their move to Secondary Education.

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