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Songs of Praise

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for Harvest from Salisbury
The rolling plains around Salisbury have given their harvest, and people of all denominations gather in St Thomas ' Parish Church to sing their thanks.
Delia Smith meets, among others, a baker, a farmer, a Quaker bee keeper and an artist, who talk about their work, their faith, and the hymns that mean a lot to them.
Praise. 0 praise our God and King (Monkland); We plough the fields (Wir pflugen); Jesus is Lord; For the beauty of the earth (Dix); Praise to the holiest (Richmond); To thee 0 Lord our hearts we raise (Golden Sheaves); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Parry); Now thank we all our God (Nun Danket)
Organist NICHOLAS BRAY
Conductor GARNET SWATRIDGE Film director INGRID DUFFELL Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Bristol
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 170

Contributors

Unknown: St Thomas
Unknown: Delia Smith
Organist: Nicholas Bray
Director: Ingrid Duffell
Producer: Christopher Mann

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