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Songs of Praise

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from St Asaph, Clwyd
Although St Asaph claims to have the smallest cathedral in the British Isles, it has played an important part in the life of Welsh Christianity. It was here in the 16th century that Bishop William Morgan completed the first translation of the Bible into Welsh.
Noreen Bray visits St Asaph and talks to some of the cathedral's congregation, among them a member of the cathedral choir DON Rowortii. And we hear about the life of Gerard Manley Hopkins from DERMOT AND WINIFRED DOYLE when they visit St Beuno's Jesuit College, where he wrote much of his poetry.
Conductor GRAHAM ELLIOTT Organist PATRICK LARLEY
Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Cymru/Wales
(For hymns see tomorrow at 3.15 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: William Morgan
Unknown: Noreen Bray
Unknown: Don Rowortii.
Unknown: Gerard Manley Hopkins
Unknown: Winifred Doyle
Conductor: Graham Elliott
Organist: Patrick Larley
Producer: Huw Brian Williams

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