Listen again to the story of the founder of the Red Cross and the man who initiated the Geneva conventions for waring nations. His name was Henry Dunant. Broadcast on Southern FM 88.3 on Songs of Hope on 24 April 2016 at 8:45am. Story duration 5 minutes. Narrated by Rod Carr.
Listen again to the story of Michael Faraday, the scientist and devout Christian who discovered the principles needed to build electric motors and generators. He also built the first such devices. Broadcast on Sunday 2 October 2014 on “Songs of Hope”. Also below is the Songs of Hope hymns podcast for Sunday 2 November 2014. These were broadcast on 88.3 Southern
Listen again to the hymns in Songs of Hope hymns podcast from the 19 October program. Hymns include: Fill Thou my life – Westminster Choir Brother sister let me serve you – Daily Service Singers I cannot tell Story – in 1899 the steamer SS Stella connecting Southampton to Guernsey sank, and over 100 lives were lost. Story duration 4
Listen again to the story of Josephine Butler, the beautiful British lady who fought for poor women’s rights in Britain in the 19th century. She launched the feminist movement. Talk time is 5 minutes. Broadcast on Songs of Hope on Southern fm 88.3 on Sunday 12/10/2014. Also included is a one hour podcast of the Songs of Hope Christian music
Listen again to the story of the man who conquered leprosy, Doctor Paul Brand. He was a devout Christian motivated by his Christian values. Broadcast on Songs of Hope on 5 October on Southern FM 88.3 The prayer podcast is an evening prayer, Psalm 4, read by Max McLean. Also included is the 5 October hymns podcast. The last podcast