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Heart and Soul 20/9/20
This week Larry Gentis takes on the role of Nicodemus, Malcolm Guite reads a poem on "Transposing", Michael Berkeley talks to William Sieghart about the power of poetry, and Damian Thomson quizzes Norman Lebrecht on his book about Jewish history. Finally Tim Carter discusses how we should celebrate the modern harvest.
A letter to God
Mary Haddow pens a letter to God, and imagines God's response. It is based on the Israelites experience in the wilderness, described in Exodus chapter 16, and encourages us to take one day at a time.
Mary Haddow looks at some of the obstacles we meet on life's journey, and how we overcome them.
Heart and Soul 13/9/20
Gyles Brandreth and Susie Dent talk about the origin of Bible phrases used in every day speech, Malcolm Guite reads his poem on Jesus' Side Piercing Spear, and Michael Berkeley asks Wlliam Sieghart how his Poetry Pharmacy started.
Heart and Soul 6/9/20
Neil Glover discusses different ways of Bible reading, Malcolm Guite has a poem on the Conversion of St Paul, and Michael Berkeley talks to Chibundu Onuzo about her book "Lagos".
Why does this happen to me?
Mary Haddow looks at the book of Habbakuk to find the answer to the question Why?