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LSWC09-16: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 16

On today’s show James will tell you about the poinsettia plant and why it’s associated with Christmas. Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/poinsettia

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LSWC09-13: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 13

Happy St Lucia’s or St Lucy’s Day! James tells you about the life of St Lucia or St Lucy, a saint who’s day is celebrated in Scandinavia, especially Sweden. They have some yummy things to eat! Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/lucy

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LSWC09-11: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 11

On day 11 James talks about Christmas Cards. Who invented them? When where they first sent? Listen to find out! Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/cards

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LSWC09-10: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 10

Today Steve will be explaining some more connections of Christmas plants: the Holly and the Ivy. Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/holly-ivy

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LSWC09-07: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 7

Why is snow connected so much with Christmas when it’s summer for half of the globe?! Find out with James Cooper! Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/snow

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LSWC09-06: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 6

Happy St. Nicholas Day! Steve will be telling you about the very popular Christmas visitor and how his name and appearance have changed several times over the years! Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/santa

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LSWC09-05: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 5

On day 5 of the 2009 Lifespring! Why Christmas Show, James Cooper will be explaining the history behind one of the most popular Christmas Carols, Silent Night. Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/carols The version playing behind James is by Michael Ryan from his CD, A Classical Guitar Christmas. The version to close the show is…

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LSWC09-03: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 3

Why do we have Christmas Trees? When did the start? Today, James will be telling you all about it! Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/trees

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LSWC09-02: Lifespring! Why Christmas Day 2

Today Steve Webb will be telling you a bit about why Christmas is celebrated on December 25th. Find out more at: http://yxmas.com/25th

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