25 March 2012 – Dialect Bristol Broadcast

Bristolian Methodists bring religion out of the Churches

>>> Click here to download the MP3 <<<  – 128Kbps, 1hr, 58mb. Read on for the schedule of this week’s show…

00:00 – 01:10 Intro
01:10 – 04:16 Charles Wesley: Love’s divine all love’s excelling
04:16 – 13:51 David Worthington tells how John and Charles Wesley brought religion out to the community
13:51 – 22:45 Part 2 of the story of the London Travelcard, with former bus conductor David Wetzel, formerly chair of the transport committee of the Greater London Council
22:45 – 33:43 Part 3 of Anthea Page’s visit to the Shankhill Road area of Belfast
33:43 – 42:37 Malcolm Grieve reads from Lady Stanhope’s Diary Part 2
42:37 – 46:27 Poetry with Rosemary Dun
46:27 – 50:52 Tim Burroughs: The Lonesome Hobo
50:52 – 55:57 Jeff Sparkes’ What’s on guide and Song of the Week
55:57 – 56:38 Credits
56:38 -1:01:23 Charles Wesley: O for a thousand tongues to sing

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Dialect Radio was Bristol’s first weekly internet radio show which was originally webcast in 2002. It broadcasts a mixture of local human interest stories along with analysis of community issues from right to housing to radical history.

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