The People's Psalms

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19990402

The last of six programmes that take a fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

With Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein and Bishop Michael Baughen.

20000318

A six-part series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

This first programme looks at Psalm 46 and remembers the Penlee lifeboat disaster, a visit to Westminster Abbery and an nterview with Yoko Ono

20000325

A six-part series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

The second programme, about Psalm 119, looks at law and order, with contributions from people who keep the law, people who teach it - and people who break it.

20000415

A six-part series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

The fifth programme, about Psalm 131, looks at alternative and humble ways of living, including becoming a nun or a hermit or striving for self-sufficiency.

20000421

The last of the series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

This programme, about Psalm 102, looks at places where prayer is offered.

Let Everything That Breathes Praise The Lord19980408

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In the last programme, Bishop Michael Baughen joins members of the New ENGLISH Orchestra and the LONDON Community Gospel Choir in exploring Psalm 150 - `Let Everything That Breathes Praise the Lord'.

Let Everything That Breathes Praise The Lord19980415

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In the last programme, Bishop Michael Baughen joins members of the New ENGLISH Orchestra and the LONDON Community Gospel Choir in exploring Psalm 150 - `Let Everything That Breathes Praise the Lord'.

03Psalm 4720000401

A six-part series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

The third programme, about Psalm 47, looks at music and religion, with unseasonal carols from King's and Paul Gambaccini talking about the spirit of pop music.

0420000408

A six-part series that places the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context.

The fourth programme, about Psalm 41, looks at charity work and, in particular, at work done to help the homeless.

Including an interview with the founder of the Big Issue, John Bird

198A01The Heavens Declare The Glory Of God19980305

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In this programme, the late Apollo astronaut James Irwin and a milkman are amongst those who look again at Psalm 19 - `The heavens declare the glory of God'.

198A02The Lord19980312

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In the second programme, a YORKshire shepherd and the Bishop of Hull are among those who look again at Psalm 23 - `The Lord's my shepherd'.

198A03Do Rulers Make Just Decisions?19980319

In the third programme, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein are among those who look again at Psalm 58 - `Do Rulers Make Just Decisions?'.

198A04I Have Stretched Out My Hands To Thee19980326

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In the fourth programme, Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein and friends from the Samaritans are among those who look again at Psalm 88 - `I have stretched out my hands to thee'.

198A05Before I Was Born, You Knew Everything About Me!19980402

A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs.

In the fifth programme, midwives and fathers join school children from Crosby in exploring Psalm 139 - `Before I Was Born, You Knew Everything about Me!'.

199A01How Beautiful Is Thy Dwelling Place19990227

A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

This programme explores Psalm 84 - `How beautiful is thy dwelling place'.

199A0219990306

A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

In this second programme, hill walkers join Rabbi YY Rubenstein and Bishop Michael Baughen to explore Psalm 121 - I Lift My Eyes to the Hills.

199A03By The Waters Of Babylon, We Sat Down And Wept19990313

A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

In the third programme, Sudanese refugee Andrew Allam and workers from the Refugee Council explore Psalm 137 - `By the waters of Babylon, we sat down and wept'.

199A0419990320

A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

With Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein and Bishop Michael Baughen.

199A0519990327

The fifth of six programmes that take a fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.

With Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein and Bishop Michael Baughen.