Re: [XTalk] New manuscript? BBC radio programme
- Here's how, I think, those of us in the US can hear this program. Go
And click on "listen live." Since the program's at 8PM tonight, if
you're on the east coast it would be on at 3PM.
Patrick Narkinsky - patrick@...
"Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts."
- Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan
On Oct 25, 2004, at 4:27 AM, Tony Buglass wrote:
> Bob wrote:
> Hmm. Tony, what do you bait your breath with?
> [<g> I think the word you're looking for has the same root as "abate"
> is spelled "bated" with the meaning "restrained."]
> Gee, maybe I can listen to it at breakfast time here in Hawaii. Or not.
> I would appreciate it if you'd alert us to any written info on this!
> OK - so now I have my English corrected by an American... <G> You're
> right, of course; I was responding in the first instance to an email
> on our Methodist ministers' egroup ffrom a colleague who had seen the
> programme notice in the Radio Times and asked about it, and I thought
> it would be of interest to members of this list. The email in question
> was waiting in my inbox when I came to check before switching
> everything off at something past silly o'clock when my brain was going
> into freefall and my typing skills close behind it. And I was always
> so good at spelling when I was at school...
> I'm grateful to Dave Hindley for his detective work while I slept -
> one of our ministers' group found the same website at about the time I
> wrote my response, so it looks as if we're in the target area.
> Another who (like me) will miss the broadcast (I hope to tape it and
> listen later) suggests there might be a transcript available. It
> might be on the BBC's own website or possibly through "The Listener"
> or "Radio Times" websites www.radiotimes.com. The Radio 4 section of
> the BBC website www.bbc.co.uk/radio also enables folk to listen to
> some programmes they'd missed, so it might be worth looking for it
> there - probably after the broadcast. The Radio Time blurb says:
> 8.00 The First Christian Document?
> Christianity as a world religion began when St Paul persuaded Jesus's
> disciples, at a crisis meeting in Jerusalem, that you didn't have to
> become a Jew to be a Christian. An Oxford academic, Alan Garrow,
> claims to have identified the record of that meeting.
> So - I wait with bated breath. Works better that way.
> Rev Tony Buglass
> Superintendent Minister
> Upper Calder Methodist Circuit
> W Yorks
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