Sing choirs of angels Sing in exaltation Oh sing all ye citizens of Heaven above Glory to God All glory in the highest O come let us adore him, O come let us adore him O come let us adore him, Christ the Lord Happy Christmas everyone!
19th — 25th of December 2020
This is one of my all time favourite Christmas carols. As I get older, I realise the reality in which we find ourselves leaves us with a stark choice. We can make our way through life looking for the odd joy here and there but anyone who really ponders the human condition realises that if
OK so I’m still prioritizing Christmas songs I enjoy over cheery content. This song from the Pogues is a classic although again doesn’t quite fit the traditional Christmas theme. However, in all honesty the song does touch on a Christmas reality that all social workers know about. My first job was working in a drug
So I’m not a great fan of lots of Christmas hits produced by rock stars but I have always thought this one from John Lennon is pretty good although not particularly a cheerful Christmas ditty.
So it’s Monday of Christmas week and over next days I will be releasing Christmas classics that have been produced by rock stars over the years; let’s face it, there are quite a few! We shall start with the 1984 Christmas hit that was produced to raise money for those suffering from African famine. Sadly
Well it’s the beginning of Christmas week so I thought I would start with this little song. I have a good friend who helped me when I was writing my book The Wormwood Deception and his son has released this very pretty tune for Christmas. I think a lot of people will be able to
I ended last week’s Covid Island Discs with another song from Bob Dylan. This reminded me of a David Bowie song which is a tribute to Dylan’s musical genius. Really think the lines below that Bowie penned about Dylan are quite appropriate. About a strange young man called Dylan With a voice like sand and