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Songs of Praise

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
from Banbridge, County Down. Roger Royle visits
Magherally in the beautiful heart of County Down. Helen Weddell, the Ulster poet and scholar, loved this place and the local people this year celebrate the centenary of her birth. Roger meets her niece Mollie Martin ,
Josie Kerr who describes the work of the Northern Ireland
Kidney Research Fund and Brian Henning who explains how he helped to set up an integrated primary school for Protestants and Catholics.
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Rockingham); What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Converse); I to the Hills Will Lift Mine Eyes (French); We Are One in the Spirit; Lover of Souls and Lord of All the Living (Wilton); Christ Is the World's
Redeemer (Moville); Take My Life, and Let It Be (Lubeck); Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts (Maryton). Musical director DAVID BYERS Researcher ROS NEVIN Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Northern Ireland
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Contributors

Unknown: Mollie Martin
Unknown: Josie Kerr
Unknown: Brian Henning
Director: David Byers
Producer: James Skelly
Editor: Roger Hutchings

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