People's Psalms, The

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19990402The 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.
20000318A 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
20000325A 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.
20000415A 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.
20000421The 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 Lord19980408A 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 Lord19980415A 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 4720000401A 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.
0420000408A 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 God19980305A 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 Lord19980312A 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?19980319In 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 Thee19980326A 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!19980402A 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 Place19990227A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.|This programme explores Psalm 84 - `How beautiful is thy dwelling place'.
199A0219990306A 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 Wept19990313A 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'.
199A0419990320A fresh and musical look at some of the oldest songs in the world.|With Rabbi Y Y Rubenstein and Bishop Michael Baughen.
199A0519990327The 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.