Sue Johnston, John Hannah and Eddie Marsan are among the stars of this spellbinding, hilarious and uplifting comedy drama. Set entirely at a series of weekly Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, these 13 episodes also feature Rebecca Front, Paul Kaye, Julia Deakin and Samantha Bond.
Presenting keys for mastering relationships and combating fear and addictions, this perceptive meditation reflects on methods for creating abundance and love. Examining the question,"How do we live rewarding inner spiritual lives in a constantly changing world?" This useful guide offers successful tips for countering negative habits and living more successfully each day.
By exploring the concepts of health and disease from the inside out and breaking down the process into simple precepts that can be implemented at no cost, this guide presents techniques and practices that develop a greater awareness of the factors that impact health. An analysis of eight spiritual principles that serve as a basis for healthy living are followed by useful information regarding stress, fasting, stretching, breathing, laughter, acid and alkali balance, and the effect of sugar on the body.
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What is the key to successful living on Earth as in heaven? How do you make spirituality practical for everyday situations? This hands-on practical guide tells listeners just how to awaken the spirit in their lives and how to utilize that spirit in everyday life - covering everything you need to know from awakening to the soul to loving with discernment to identifying psychic influences to knowing the strength of the Light force and how to use it.
Have you ever wondered what your dog was thinking, especially as he's trying to make every neighborhood dog his own personal squeaky toy or wailing in panic on a car trip? In Duffy's World, curious humans finally have the chance to find out. Duffy is an Australian Shepherd with an unquenchable thirst for new experiences - that often get him into trouble. In this quirky memoir, Duffy reveals his thoughts about his most significant life events.
England, 1964. Dorian Gray and the Hedonists are touring the country when they come up against a band of Rockers - The Gravediggers - led by the mysterious Otto. But what is the secret behind the rockers' experimental sound? And will the violence spreading across the country ever stop? Note: The Confessions of Dorian Gray contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners.
Our intrepid hero, Zach, is talking to God again, because a museum exhibit about racism has him all discombobulated. He's also still wondering why adults are such flaming hypocrites.
Our intrepid hero Zach is wondering why the Almighty couldn't have hooked vegetables up to taste like chocolate, and also why adults are such hypocrites.
Davy Ross was staying with his grandmother and just about to celebrate his 11th birthday when he received word that his parents, paleontologists for the Natural History Museum, were missing and believed dead on an expedition in Africa. A few days later, a trunk containing his parents' personal effects arrive and in that trunk, Davy finds what appears to be some kind of egg. Assuming it was similar to one of the many fossils his parents had brought back from their digs, Davy sets it on a shelf along with his other dinosaur memorabilia.
One of a series of plays by British screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce looking at the punk generation three decades on, with each play telling a different, but connected, story. In Parallel Lines, Julie is a singer in an ageing Blondie tribute band. An invitation to the reunion of the audience at an Adverts gig in 1977 brings some skeletons dancing from the cupboard. Starring Doon Mackichan as Julie, with Sian Reeves, Rosie Cavaliero, Ivan Kaye, Paul Viragh, Joseph Tremain, Sarah Bedi, John Rowe and Ben Crowe.