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One 2 Three Friday 21.6.24 with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

 

Ian and Evie talked about BSCWT which works in 32 primary, 7 secondary and 2 special schools. They have undertaken 60 assemblies this term. They also take lessons, organise lunch time and after school clubs, pupil support and prayer spaces in the schools.  The trust have seven staff and many volunteers undertaking a wide range of roles. They seek to encourage partnerships between schools and churches. The majority of funding comes from churches and generous individuals.  The It’s your move project has recently  been undertaken with around 850 year 6 leavers across 25 schools. Evie explained that the sessions are structured around the changes, challenges and choices the the pupils face at a time of transition. Each pupil is also given a book printed by Scripture Union and funded by local churches.

At Shenfield High school they have been running ‘Life Space’, part of the school careers day for year 10 students. In primary schools they have also set up ‘Curiosity trails’ which are described as ‘pop-up outdoor prayer spaces’.  More information about BSCWT can be found at

https://bscwt.org

Here you will also find the latest newsletter.

There are also Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages.

Playlist

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth- 1999 USA no1 for 18 weeks. UK no 3. Grammy Record of the Year.

Ria Khalil – Is it worth it – one of the tracks chosen by Maire and Clare who are ‘Swimming the Artic’ to raise money for the Essex & Herts air ambulance.

Check out their visit to the studio on 31st of June. The blog contains a direct link to their Justgiving page.

Jon Foreman – I propose a toast – Ian said that is is a song about embracing life, the highs and the lows and celebrating the people we get to do life with.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from the 2018 Grammy award winning album – Look up child. Evie chose this track as she feels it has a profound message of way God seeks to rescue us when we make mistakes in life.

Curtis Mayfield – Move on up – 1970 track. No 474 in the Rolling Stone 2021 list of the 500 Greatest songs of all time. Ian chose this as it is sums up the ethos of the  ‘It’s your move’ project with Primary school leavers.

Birthdays competition

Beach Boys – God only knows – track from the 1966 album – Pet Sounds – Rolling Stone no 2 in Greatest albums of all time.  2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time no 11.

Yesterday Brian Wilson celebrated his 82nd birthday.

Brandon Flowers – Lonely town – from the 2015 album – The desired effect. UK no 1. Killers lead singer Brandon is 43 years old today.

Alison Moyet – All cried out – UK no 8, from her 1984 debut album- Alf – UK & New Zealand no 1, Top 10 in 6 more countries with global sales of over 3 million. Billericay born Alison is 63 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Ian and Evie in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 3 points was Bob.

David Garrick – Dear Lady Jane. Patrick requested a song by David Garrick who released 20 singles between 1965 – 1971. Lady Jane was written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards and featured on the 1966 Rolling Stones album – Aftermath. David Garrick’s version was a no 5 in Netherlands, UK no 28 and Australia no 29. 

Nancy Sinatra – You only live twice – Theme from the 1967 James Bond film. UK no 11, Australia no 10, USA no 44. Rolling Stone 3rd best James Bond theme song.

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

Chart this week in 1961

No 1 Elvis Presley – Surrender – No 1 in UK, USA & Belgium. One of his best selling singles even though it is less than 2 minutes long.

No 2 Del Shannon – Runaway – No 1 UK, USA & 4 more countries.

No 18 Billy Fury – Halfway to paradise – UK no 3, Ireland no 4. Became Billy’s signature song.

Ricky Nelson – Hello Mary Lou – UK no 2, USA no 9. No 1 in Denmark for 14 weeks.

Christopher Cross – Arthur’s theme – 1981 USA & Norway no 1, UK no 7 Top 10 in 6 more countries. Academy award and Golden Globe for best original song for a movie. Dudley Moore was nominated for Best Actor.

Jan Hammer – Theme from Miami vice.

Extreme – More than words – 1991 USA no 1 & in 4 more countries. UK no 2, Top 10 in 9 more countries.

Above actors as Noel Buxton MP and his wife Lucy Buxton.

Next Week I am joined by two actors who are part of the event at Paycockes House in Coggershall  on 29th & 30th of June commemorating the handing over of the house to the National Trust in 1924.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 21.6.24 with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

 

Ian and Evie talked about BSCWT which works in 32 primary, 7 secondary and 2 special schools. They have undertaken 60 assemblies this term. They also take lessons, organise lunch time and after school clubs, pupil support and prayer spaces in the schools.  The trust have seven staff and many volunteers undertaking a wide range of roles. They seek to encourage partnerships between schools and churches. The majority of funding comes from churches and generous individuals.  The It’s your move project has recently  been undertaken with around 850 year 6 leavers across 25 schools. Evie explained that the sessions are structured around the changes, challenges and choices the the pupils face at a time of transition. Each pupil is also given a book printed by Scripture Union and funded by local churches.

At Shenfield High school they have been running ‘Life Space’, part of the school careers day for year 10 students. In primary schools they have also set up ‘Curiosity trails’ which are described as ‘pop-up outdoor prayer spaces’.  More information about BSCWT can be found at

https://bscwt.org

Here you will also find the latest newsletter.

There are also Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages.

Playlist

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth- 1999 USA no1 for 18 weeks. UK no 3. Grammy Record of the Year.

Ria Khalil – Is it worth it – one of the tracks chosen by Maire and Clare who are ‘Swimming the Artic’ to raise money for the Essex & Herts air ambulance.

Check out their visit to the studio on 31st of June. The blog contains a direct link to their Justgiving page.

Jon Foreman – I propose a toast – Ian said that is is a song about embracing life, the highs and the lows and celebrating the people we get to do life with.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from the 2018 Grammy award winning album – Look up child. Evie chose this track as she feels it has a profound message of way God seeks to rescue us when we make mistakes in life.

Curtis Mayfield – Move on up – 1970 track. No 474 in the Rolling Stone 2021 list of the 500 Greatest songs of all time. Ian chose this as it is sums up the ethos of the  ‘It’s your move’ project with Primary school leavers.

Birthdays competition

Beach Boys – God only knows – track from the 1966 album – Pet Sounds – Rolling Stone no 2 in Greatest albums of all time.  2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time no 11.

Yesterday Brian Wilson celebrated his 82nd birthday.

Brandon Flowers – Lonely town – from the 2015 album – The desired effect. UK no 1. Killers lead singer Brandon is 43 years old today.

Alison Moyet – All cried out – UK no 8, from her 1984 debut album- Alf – UK & New Zealand no 1, Top 10 in 6 more countries with global sales of over 3 million. Billericay born Alison is 63 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Ian and Evie in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 3 points was Bob.

David Garrick – Dear Lady Jane. Patrick requested a song by David Garrick who released 20 singles between 1965 – 1971. Lady Jane was written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards and featured on the 1966 Rolling Stones album – Aftermath. David Garrick’s version was a no 5 in Netherlands, UK no 28 and Australia no 29. 

Nancy Sinatra – You only live twice – Theme from the 1967 James Bond film. UK no 11, Australia no 10, USA no 44. Rolling Stone 3rd best James Bond theme song.

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

Chart this week in 1961

No 1 Elvis Presley – Surrender – No 1 in UK, USA & Belgium. One of his best selling singles even though it is less than 2 minutes long.

No 2 Del Shannon – Runaway – No 1 UK, USA & 4 more countries.

No 18 Billy Fury – Halfway to paradise – UK no 3, Ireland no 4. Became Billy’s signature song.

Ricky Nelson – Hello Mary Lou – UK no 2, USA no 9. No 1 in Denmark for 14 weeks.

Christopher Cross – Arthur’s theme – 1981 USA & Norway no 1, UK no 7 Top 10 in 6 more countries. Academy award and Golden Globe for best original song for a movie. Dudley Moore was nominated for Best Actor.

Jan Hammer – Theme from Miami vice.

Extreme – More than words – 1991 USA no 1 & in 4 more countries. UK no 2, Top 10 in 9 more countries.

Above actors as Noel Buxton MP and his wife Lucy Buxton.

Next Week I am joined by two actors who are part of the event at Paycockes House in Coggershall  on 29th & 30th of June commemorating the handing over of the house to the National Trust in 1924.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 21.6.24 with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

 

Ian and Evie talked about BSCWT which works in 32 primary, 7 secondary and 2 special schools. They have undertaken 60 assemblies this term. They also take lessons, organise lunch time and after school clubs, pupil support and prayer spaces in the schools.  The trust have seven staff and many volunteers undertaking a wide range of roles. They seek to encourage partnerships between schools and churches. The majority of funding comes from churches and generous individuals.  The It’s your move project has recently  been undertaken with around 850 year 6 leavers across 25 schools. Evie explained that the sessions are structured around the changes, challenges and choices the the pupils face at a time of transition. Each pupil is also given a book printed by Scripture Union and funded by local churches.

At Shenfield High school they have been running ‘Life Space’, part of the school careers day for year 10 students. In primary schools they have also set up ‘Curiosity trails’ which are described as ‘pop-up outdoor prayer spaces’.  More information about BSCWT can be found at

https://bscwt.org

Here you will also find the latest newsletter.

There are also Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages.

Playlist

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth- 1999 USA no1 for 18 weeks. UK no 3. Grammy Record of the Year.

Ria Khalil – Is it worth it – one of the tracks chosen by Maire and Clare who are ‘Swimming the Artic’ to raise money for the Essex & Herts air ambulance.

Check out their visit to the studio on 31st of June. The blog contains a direct link to their Justgiving page.

Jon Foreman – I propose a toast – Ian said that is is a song about embracing life, the highs and the lows and celebrating the people we get to do life with.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from the 2018 Grammy award winning album – Look up child. Evie chose this track as she feels it has a profound message of way God seeks to rescue us when we make mistakes in life.

Curtis Mayfield – Move on up – 1970 track. No 474 in the Rolling Stone 2021 list of the 500 Greatest songs of all time. Ian chose this as it is sums up the ethos of the  ‘It’s your move’ project with Primary school leavers.

Birthdays competition

Beach Boys – God only knows – track from the 1966 album – Pet Sounds – Rolling Stone no 2 in Greatest albums of all time.  2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time no 11.

Yesterday Brian Wilson celebrated his 82nd birthday.

Brandon Flowers – Lonely town – from the 2015 album – The desired effect. UK no 1. Killers lead singer Brandon is 43 years old today.

Alison Moyet – All cried out – UK no 8, from her 1984 debut album- Alf – UK & New Zealand no 1, Top 10 in 6 more countries with global sales of over 3 million. Billericay born Alison is 63 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Ian and Evie in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 3 points was Bob.

David Garrick – Dear Lady Jane. Patrick requested a song by David Garrick who released 20 singles between 1965 – 1971. Lady Jane was written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards and featured on the 1966 Rolling Stones album – Aftermath. David Garrick’s version was a no 5 in Netherlands, UK no 28 and Australia no 29. 

Nancy Sinatra – You only live twice – Theme from the 1967 James Bond film. UK no 11, Australia no 10, USA no 44. Rolling Stone 3rd best James Bond theme song.

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

Chart this week in 1961

No 1 Elvis Presley – Surrender – No 1 in UK, USA & Belgium. One of his best selling singles even though it is less than 2 minutes long.

No 2 Del Shannon – Runaway – No 1 UK, USA & 4 more countries.

No 18 Billy Fury – Halfway to paradise – UK no 3, Ireland no 4. Became Billy’s signature song.

Ricky Nelson – Hello Mary Lou – UK no 2, USA no 9. No 1 in Denmark for 14 weeks.

Christopher Cross – Arthur’s theme – 1981 USA & Norway no 1, UK no 7 Top 10 in 6 more countries. Academy award and Golden Globe for best original song for a movie. Dudley Moore was nominated for Best Actor.

Jan Hammer – Theme from Miami vice.

Extreme – More than words – 1991 USA no 1 & in 4 more countries. UK no 2, Top 10 in 9 more countries.

Above actors as Noel Buxton MP and his wife Lucy Buxton.

Next Week I am joined by two actors who are part of the event at Paycockes House in Coggershall  on 29th & 30th of June commemorating the handing over of the house to the National Trust in 1924.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 21.6.24 with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Ian & Evie from Brentwood School’s Christian worker trust.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

 

Ian and Evie talked about BSCWT which works in 32 primary, 7 secondary and 2 special schools. They have undertaken 60 assemblies this term. They also take lessons, organise lunch time and after school clubs, pupil support and prayer spaces in the schools.  The trust have seven staff and many volunteers undertaking a wide range of roles. They seek to encourage partnerships between schools and churches. The majority of funding comes from churches and generous individuals.  The It’s your move project has recently  been undertaken with around 850 year 6 leavers across 25 schools. Evie explained that the sessions are structured around the changes, challenges and choices the the pupils face at a time of transition. Each pupil is also given a book printed by Scripture Union and funded by local churches.

At Shenfield High school they have been running ‘Life Space’, part of the school careers day for year 10 students. In primary schools they have also set up ‘Curiosity trails’ which are described as ‘pop-up outdoor prayer spaces’.  More information about BSCWT can be found at

https://bscwt.org

Here you will also find the latest newsletter.

There are also Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages.

Playlist

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth- 1999 USA no1 for 18 weeks. UK no 3. Grammy Record of the Year.

Ria Khalil – Is it worth it – one of the tracks chosen by Maire and Clare who are ‘Swimming the Artic’ to raise money for the Essex & Herts air ambulance.

Check out their visit to the studio on 31st of June. The blog contains a direct link to their Justgiving page.

Jon Foreman – I propose a toast – Ian said that is is a song about embracing life, the highs and the lows and celebrating the people we get to do life with.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from the 2018 Grammy award winning album – Look up child. Evie chose this track as she feels it has a profound message of way God seeks to rescue us when we make mistakes in life.

Curtis Mayfield – Move on up – 1970 track. No 474 in the Rolling Stone 2021 list of the 500 Greatest songs of all time. Ian chose this as it is sums up the ethos of the  ‘It’s your move’ project with Primary school leavers.

Birthdays competition

Beach Boys – God only knows – track from the 1966 album – Pet Sounds – Rolling Stone no 2 in Greatest albums of all time.  2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time no 11.

Yesterday Brian Wilson celebrated his 82nd birthday.

Brandon Flowers – Lonely town – from the 2015 album – The desired effect. UK no 1. Killers lead singer Brandon is 43 years old today.

Alison Moyet – All cried out – UK no 8, from her 1984 debut album- Alf – UK & New Zealand no 1, Top 10 in 6 more countries with global sales of over 3 million. Billericay born Alison is 63 years old.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Ian and Evie in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 3 points was Bob.

David Garrick – Dear Lady Jane. Patrick requested a song by David Garrick who released 20 singles between 1965 – 1971. Lady Jane was written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards and featured on the 1966 Rolling Stones album – Aftermath. David Garrick’s version was a no 5 in Netherlands, UK no 28 and Australia no 29. 

Nancy Sinatra – You only live twice – Theme from the 1967 James Bond film. UK no 11, Australia no 10, USA no 44. Rolling Stone 3rd best James Bond theme song.

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

Chart this week in 1961

No 1 Elvis Presley – Surrender – No 1 in UK, USA & Belgium. One of his best selling singles even though it is less than 2 minutes long.

No 2 Del Shannon – Runaway – No 1 UK, USA & 4 more countries.

No 18 Billy Fury – Halfway to paradise – UK no 3, Ireland no 4. Became Billy’s signature song.

Ricky Nelson – Hello Mary Lou – UK no 2, USA no 9. No 1 in Denmark for 14 weeks.

Christopher Cross – Arthur’s theme – 1981 USA & Norway no 1, UK no 7 Top 10 in 6 more countries. Academy award and Golden Globe for best original song for a movie. Dudley Moore was nominated for Best Actor.

Jan Hammer – Theme from Miami vice.

Extreme – More than words – 1991 USA no 1 & in 4 more countries. UK no 2, Top 10 in 9 more countries.

Above actors as Noel Buxton MP and his wife Lucy Buxton.

Next Week I am joined by two actors who are part of the event at Paycockes House in Coggershall  on 29th & 30th of June commemorating the handing over of the house to the National Trust in 1924.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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