radioalba.org schedule for week beginning 22nd November
Radio Alba majors on Morning, School, Evening and Night Prayer, and now has recorded Masses on Sunday, and Prayer from Glasgow Churches Together during the week. It introduces the Sunday and daily readings and, through our half-hour Magazine, draws attention to the good works that the Church and the churches are doing.
|Daily Times||Tune in to||Duration (minutes)|
Morning Prayer with Holly
Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to the 29th November and the start of of Advent
Margaret Chapman introduces the daily readings from the Liturgical Calendar
St Roch and healing
Magazine: Fr Tom Magill; John Murphy; Annemarie Boyle; Elspeth Glasgow and Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick
|12:00 18:00||Lunchtime / Teatime slot – 2 hours
Sunday: 12.00 / 18.00 Radioalba’s Mass of Christ the King with Canon David Wallace, reader Jean Swinbank and music by the St Mungo Singers.
12.15 / 18.15: a report by Elspeth Glasgow from Glasgow Churches Together
12.30 / 18.30 Chatterbox
1.00 / 19.00: Music
1.30 /19.30 Music
This week’s Specials will include:
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|22nd November: Radioalba’s Mass this week is the Mass of Christ the King with Canon David Wallace, reader Jean Swinbank and music by the St Mungo Singers.||30|
|Monday to Saturday
|23rd November: 12.00: 18.00: Glasgow Churches Together prays for the poor
12.15: 18.15: Elspeth Glasgow reports on GCT, and the anniversary of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity; and Gerry Fitzpatrick gives a short report ‘Between winter and spring’ from the General Secretary of the World Council of Churches.
12/30: 18.30: In Chatterbox Liz Adam provides half an hour of news and views from around the churches.
1.00: 19.00: music
1.30: 19.30: music
|Sunday to Saturday
|Fr Tom Magill reflects on the parable of the talents; John Murphy reads ‘A time to be reconciled’ by Chris McDonnell of the Catholic Times. Annemarie Boyle reads a tribute by Cardinal Nichols to Lord Jonathan Sachs, the former Chief Rabbi. Elspeth Glasgow reports on Glasgow Churches Together, and from Far East Magazine Fr Ed O’Connell tells us of self-help soup kitchens in Peru||30|