says Good Morning Sunday and to mark World Day of Prayer for Animals, welcomes his guest Rev Prof Andrew Linzey who is Fellow at
Mansfield College, Oxford and Professor of Theology at Nottingham University. Including at 7.40 Rabbi Silverman.
Roger Royle presents favourite hymns from past editions of Sunday Half Hour. The Old Rugged Cross; 0 Perfect Love; I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say; God Be with You till We Meet Again; Jesus Bids Us Shine; There's a Friend for Little Children;
Stranger of Galilee; The Day Thou Gavest.
Sean Street explores the home life of some of our great poets and novelists. He spends a quiet hour in Keats's Hampstead garden; visits Tennyson at home on the Isle of Wight; searches for the Georgian spirit of Jane Austen in her house at Chawton,
Hampshire; and senses the ghost of Bernard Shaw at Ayot St Lawrence in Hertfordshire. He also visits contemporary novelist Elizabeth Darrell at home in Bournemouth.
Producer Stella Hanson
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