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The Songs of Praise summer season ends with a visit to Eastbourne, a top holiday resort since Victorian times. Roger Royle has been sampling the sun and the fun and finding out why people do like to be beside the seaside whatever the weather. He visits one of those seaside gift shops and takes a trip on the lifeboat.
Along the front from the pier, choirs from over 30
Eastbourne churches join holidaymakers and the SALVATION ARMY BAND to Sing in praise.
At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Sweet is the work, my God, my King (Deep Harmony); Onward Christian soldiers' (St Gertrude); My song is love unknown; Sing to God with gladness; Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); 0 Jesus, I have promised (Hatherop Castle); Now the day is over (Eudoxia)
Conductor ISABEL SA VILE Organist REGINALD BERTIN Producers
DAVID KREMER. ELIZABETH GORT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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