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Home on Sunday

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Cliff Michelmore ends his travels at the Buckinghamshire home of actress Wendy Craig. She talks to Cliff about her childhood, her career and her faith. She describes how she learned to pray again after years of indifference: 'It's never too late ... you just find people to help you: ask. knock and you'll receive.' Wendy's choice of music is sung in her local United Reformed Church by the CANTORUM CHOIR and includes
Hills of the north, Day by day and Show me the way - a song she wrote herself.
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Wendy Craig.
Producer: Helen Alexander
Producer: Stephen Whittle

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The Sunday Post: Wendy Craig 4 December 2016





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