Starting the show tonight, my third recording of the service at St. James Westminster
This is the new normal for the foreseeable
future. I'm happy and honoured to have a live recording to do once a
week and will keep doing these as long as I'm needed.
Again, whether you're religious or not,
these services are worth a listen, not just for the awesome spine
tingling music but for the readings and reflections as well. You can't
get closer to community than a church service will bring you and
community is the most important thing in our lives right now.
We're going through an inflection point in
our civilization right now and it's up to all of us to make sure what
comes out of this time of crisis is better than what we had before.
I'll play another two musical themes for the rest of the show. This
week you'll hear music pertaining to spring and flight.
Because I have no other live events to
record and the fact that I have to produce and package my show for air
play at home now, this seems to be a good way me to go for now. It
gives me a chance to seriously compose a great collage of music for
your listening pleasure and to continue bringing a li'le bit of
normalcy to you lives.
Thanks go out to Radio Western's
Station Manager, Andrew, and Program Manager, Zahra, for their heroic
efforts to not only keep the station on the air but also for helping us
radio hosts bring new programming to our listeners.
The internet did NOT kill campus radio, it
made us BETTER and what's happening at our station right now is proof