01 April 2012 – Dialect Bristol Broadcast

Paths to peace – Stormont – seat of N. Irish Government

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

00:00 – 00:57 Intro
00:57 – 03:43 Charles Wesley; Christ the Lord is risen today
03:43 – 13:48 David worthington part 2 of his discussion on the Wesley brothers and the beginnings of the Methodist movement in Bristol
13:48 – 16:52 The Beatles: Ticket to rride
16:52 – 23:25 Dave Wetzel, former bus conductor and Chair of the GLC Transport commitee in part 3 of his discussion of London Transport.
23:25 – 35:13 Anthea Page visits Stormont, the seat of Irish Parliament, part 1
35:13 – 41:25 Malcom Grieve reads part 3 of Lady Hester Stanhope, Queen of the Desert by Virginia Childs
41:25 – 44:11 Poetry witrh Rosemary Dun
44:11 – 48:05 Tim Burroughs: You can’t bind the wind
48:05 – 53:11 Jeff Sparks’ What’s On Guide and Song of the Week
53:11 – 54:11 Outro
54:11 – 57:32 James Galway: Danny Boy
57:32-1:01:56 Def Leppard: Stand up(Kick love into motion)

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