Retired winger Micky Thomas talks about his time in the game with Danny Kelly. As well as playing for the Welsh team, he also had spells at Chelsea, Manchester United, and Everton.
This Collection of 62 Poems by various authors including William Cowper, Thomas Kelly, Willie Mullan, Robert Murray McCheyne, Charlotte Elliott, George Herbert, Charitie Lees De Chenez and many others, has been brought together in order that these spiritual truths and impressions, presented in poetical form, will comfort and edify God's people as they wrestle daily with the world, the flesh, and the devil.
From Gregorian chant to Bach's Brandenburg Concerti, the music of the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods is both beautiful and intriguing, expanding our horizons as it nourishes our souls. In this Very Short Introduction, Thomas Forrest Kelly provides not only a compact overview of the music itself, but also a lively look at the many attempts over the last two centuries to revive it.
"Not Bad At All, Probably Better in Print"
Gareth Thomas, best known as 'Alfie' joins Danny Kelly in the studio to give us an insight into his Rugby career. The Welsh player was once the most capped Welsh Rugby Union player, with 100 test match appearences. He was also voted one of the most influential gay people in the UK along with winning Stonewall's hero of the year award in 2010. Listen to his interview here.
It is 1930 - the Depression - and ground has just been broken for the Empire State Building. One of the thousands of men erecting the building high above the city is Michael Briody, an Irish immigrant torn between his desire to make a new life in America and his pledge to gather money and arms for the Irish republican cause. When he meets Grace Masterson, an alluring artist who is depicting the great skyscraper's ascent from her houseboat on the East River, Briody's life turns exhilarating - and dangerous.