episode #86 drifting

To drift comes from Middle English, drove, herd, act of driving; Meaning Something moving along in a current of air or water: a drift of logs in the river, a balloon drifting eastward; as the wreckage drifted toward shore. "The leaves were blowing in the wind"; "the boat drifted on the lake"; "The sailboat was… Continue reading episode #86 drifting

episode #83 lidos

Hoylake’s bath on the promenade opened in June 1913 and was refurbished in the late 1920s, and re-opened in 1931. In 1976 the council closed Hoylake Baths after the site suffered storm damage but it was reopened by Hoylake Pool Trust. A run of bad weather and a lack of funding saw the baths closed… Continue reading episode #83 lidos

episode #81 back to the past

Spoken word Robert Minhinnick: The Rhinoceros read by Michael Sheen Music The Propellerheads feat. Miss Shirley Bassey: History Repeating  Boards of Canada: New Seeds Moby: In This World The Good, The Bad & The Queen: History Song Morcheeba: Gained The World Gabin: Keep It Cool Underworld: Dirty Epic Rufus Wainwright: Complainte de la Butte Damon… Continue reading episode #81 back to the past

episode #75 Black History Month

The former London Mayor Ken Livingstone explained this beautiful way; "In order to enrich the cultural diversity of the Greater London area, it is imperative that Londoners know more about African influences on medieval and renaissance European music so that accepted ideas about European music is changed. Despite the significant role that Africa and its… Continue reading episode #75 Black History Month

episode #74 month of October

October glows on every cheek,October shines in every eye,While up the hill and down the daleHer crimson banners fly.Elaine Goodale Eastman  This month’s name comes from Latin octo and Greek ôctō (as in octagon and octopus) meaning “eight,” because this was the eighth month of the early Roman calendar. October’s full Moon, known as the Hunter’s Moon,… Continue reading episode #74 month of October

episode #52 wonders of the world

Spoken word Sir Walter Raleigh: What Is Our Life (read by John Richetti) Music Beastie Boys: Shambala Gorillaz: Tranz Malian Musicians & Damon Albarn feat. Simon Burwell: Institut National Des Arts Stereolab: The Flower Called Nowhere Bonobo ft. Andreya Triana: Stay The Same Florence + The Machine: 100 Years Koop feat. Mikael Sundin: Tonight Louis… Continue reading episode #52 wonders of the world

episode #18 love theme

Spoken Word “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” Martin Luther King, Jr. “There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.” Friedrich Nietzsche “At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.” Plato “Love is composed of a single… Continue reading episode #18 love theme