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Praise Be!


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with Thora Hird
The popular hymn 'Through all the changing scenes of life' provides the theme for tonight's selection of viewers' favourite hymns. They range from 'Hills of the north, rejoice', sung in Domoch in the far north of Scotland, to
'The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended' sung on the front at Bexhill-on-Sea.
Thora herself visits
Holmfirth, the beautiful village in Yorkshire that's the setting for Last of the Summer Wine. There she talks to
Joe Gladwin , better known as Nora Batty 's hen-pecked husband, Wally.
Hills of the north, rejoice (Little
Comard): Through all the changing scenes of life (Wiltshire): Jerusalem; You shall go out with joy (Isaiah 55): When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham): Lord of the dance;
The Lord's my shepherd (Orlington); The day thou gavest. Lord. is ended (St Clement): Shalom alaychem Director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer ELIZABETH GORT


Unknown: Thora Hird
Unknown: Joe Gladwin
Unknown: Nora Batty
Producer: Elizabeth Gort

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