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with Donald Swann
This week Richard Baker meets the composer, author and entertainer in his home in south-west London. They talk about DONALD SWANN 's early life, his long association in the theatre with MICHAEL FLANDERS, and about those convictions which inform and motivate his life.
Donald Swann 's choice of hymns and songs are sung by the quartet who for many years have performed with him: Tangent
0 love that wilt not let me go; Word of 'he living God; He who would valiant be: Through all the changing scenes of life; The day thou gavest Film director NOEL VINCENT
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT


Unknown: Donald Swann
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: Donald Swann
Unknown: Donald Swann
Unknown: Heather Kay
Unknown: Cinny Broadbent
Unknown: Richard Day-Lewis
Unknown: Roger Cleverdon
Conductor: Sara Wood
Organist: Michael Newton
Director: Noel Vincent

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