This Sunday will be my last show (in this present run) for the Sunday Morning show. On the last show I
have not managed to speak to any Jesuits a promised but will manage to talk to members of the staff at Glasgow’s Lodging house Mission,some parents trying to pass on faith or lack of faith to their children,
a very articulate 13 year old called Suzannah who enjoys her church life and lastly Naim Ateek an
Arab,Israeli, Christian Palestinian who runs the Sabeel centre for Liberation Theology in Jerusalem. All at 8.
Next Tuesday (1st September) I’l be back at 8 in the evening for a new series of Another Country. This really will be our most ambitious series so far. The good Richard has been lassoing the cream of new American bands and Americana artists and corralling them into the studio to perform session tracks from us.
Band of the year for a lot of people so far this year has been Grizzly Bear. I’m pleased to announce that they will
be our guests next Tuesday. Don’t miss a thing. Tune in at 8 and, as ever, send in emails and texts on artists to whom you are enjoying listening.
here’s a couple of links.
Lodging House Mission – http://www.lhmglasgow.org.uk
Sabeel Centre – www.sabeel.org.
This site might be of interest to whoever carries on with the format of you Sunday program.
CrossWalk has become part of The Center for Progressive Christianity, making for a stronger and broader Progressive Voice in the nation.
The work of CWA will live on through the film, walking spirituality, and the ongoing expression of Progressive Christian Faith embodied in the Phoenix Affirmations (12 spiritual principles that detail Jesus’ core values of Love of God, Love of Neighbor, and Love of Self). All of it will be housed under one organization: The Center for Progressive Christianity
It has been a most interesting highlight of summer BBC listening.
My Dear Nancy
Since my first day on The Late Lounge your comments have been so kind and very helpful. It’s great to know we’re still hitting an airwave or two in Phoenix…so thanks again. Your comments and interaction make so much about doing radio worthwhile. Thank you again.