Ricky Ross

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20090712

20090712

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

20090719

20090719

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

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20090726

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

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20090802

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

20090809

20090809

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

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20090816

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

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20090823

Conversation and music to stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

20090830

20090830

Ricky is joined by parents and a young Church goer to talk about how faith benefits the growing process. Plus, Naim Ateek joins Ricky to talk about the Israel/Palestine conflict.

20100516

Ricky Ross and his guests Craig Brown and Graham Speirs find out if sport can be ethical.

20101114

Ricky talks to Army Chaplain Rev Donald Prentice about hisunique tours of duty, and baptising troops in Afghanistan.

Eva Schonveld and Tom Black talk about the forthcoming Transition Towns Conference and why in this new age of the Big Society their role in the community may become an essential one.

On the 40th anniversary of the Church of Scotland's Society, Religion and Technology Project its first Director Dr John Francis talks about the importance of helping the church engage with ethical issues in science.

And among today's many acts of remembrance reporter Bob Dickson reveals the story of the players and supporters of Hearts football club who enlisted in the First World War.

Ricky talks to army chaplain Rev Donald Prentice about his unique tour of duty.

20101121

This week's Sundays with Ricky Ross is a day of giving - whether it's your money or your time! On the 175th anniversary of Andrew Carnegie's birth, Ricky and his guests talk about philanthropy and how it has changed.

With a shrinking of the state and David Cameron's Big Society, we find out if it's return to the old days with wealthy families expected to help pay for it all.

And it's Mitzvah Day as well as Sewa Day this Sunday, which means many faith groups will be out this weekend giving up their time and energy to help others.

Do we have a God shaped hole in our lives? Psychologist Jesse Bering thinks so.he'll be explaining to Ricky how we humans have develeoped an instinct for God over millions of years.

And Ricky takes a peek inside St Andrews Cathedral which is currently undergoing a 4 million pound renovation..he as well as Arch Bishop Mario Conti can't hide their excitement!

Lots of great music too including Ray Charles and Iris Dement.

This week it's a day for giving, whether money or time.

20101128

Ricky Ross and his guests stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning with their moral musings.

Ricky Ross and his guests stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.

21/02/2011

Meets Jackson Browne20141225

Jackson Browne began making music in the 1960s. He played a big part in the Laurel Canyon Californian music scene of the 70s with the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt and The Byrds all recording his songs. His solo albums and songs continue to provide the soundtrack to our lives.

In this special programme Ricky Ross meets Jackson, explores his songbook and the stories behind his classic songs. He describes working with Stephen Stills, Lowell George from Little Feat, David Crosby and Gram Parsons.