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0120190419

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving.

In the first programme, Jeremy Irons reads the first psalms in the book, between Psalm 1 and Psalm 29, including one of the most well known of all, Psalm 23, as well as one of the longest, Psalm 18.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0120190419

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving.

In the first programme, Jeremy Irons reads the first psalms in the book, between Psalm 1 and Psalm 29, including one of the most well known of all, Psalm 23, as well as one of the longest, Psalm 18.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0220190420

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation, addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In the second programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 34 and finishes with Psalm 44, 'My tongue is the pen of a ready writer'.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0220190420

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation, addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In the second programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 34 and finishes with Psalm 44, 'My tongue is the pen of a ready writer'.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0320190421

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In the third programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 55 and finishes with Psalm 107, 'They that go down to the sea in ships ... '.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0320190421

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In the third programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 55 and finishes with Psalm 107, 'They that go down to the sea in ships ... '.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0420190422

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In this final programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 115 and finishes with Psalm 150, including Psalm 137, 'By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion'.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.

0420190422

Some of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible is in the Book of Psalms. In four special programmes for Easter, Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons reads from the King James Version.

The Psalms show a whole range of human emotions. Here we find hymns, laments and songs of thanksgiving, offering a space for reflection and contemplation addressing a wide range of subjects from love to politics and from history to faith.

In this final programme, Jeremy Irons begins with Psalm 115 and finishes with Psalm 150, including Psalm 137, 'By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion'.

Produced by Susan Roberts

Jeremy Irons reads from the Book of Psalms - the most beautiful poetry in the Bible.