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Songs of Praise


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From Nairn
Nairn, the Brighton of the north, is proud of having been a royal burgh for 900 years.
The decline of herring fishing created the need for more modern industries like the oil fabrication yard at Ardersier. Ian Gall visits Fort George and meets a farmer whose travels have taken him to
Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in his search to create an elite herd.
With members of the Regimental Band of the First Battalion the Gordon Highlanders.
Immortal, Invisible. God Only Wise (St Denio); As with Gladness Men of Old (Dix): Stand Up! Stand up for
Jesus (Morning Light); In a Byre Near Bethlehem (Wild Mountain Thyme); Blessed Assurance; Meekness and Majesty; Ye Servant of God (Laudate Dominum).


Unknown: Ian Gall
Unknown: Fort George
Organist: William H. Devlin
Unknown: Ian W.F. Hamilton
Producer: Michael A. Simpson
Editor: Roger Hutchings

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