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Songs of Praise

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from Peterborough Cathedral. With Christian Aid week just around the corner, Ian Gall travels to Peterborough to meet people in the forefront of aid and development work. Michael Taylor , Director of Christian Aid, talks about the aims of the organisation.
Rosemary and Colin Burton explain why they've set up shop in their local church;
Tomas Tellez contrasts living in Nicaragua with his impressions of life in Britain. Local Christians, the choir of the Kings School
Peterborough, and members of the cathedral choir meet to sing their songs of praise.
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen); Lord for the years (Lord of the years); Give to me Lord (Gatescarth); Son of God, eternal Saviour (Everton); We wait for the loving kindness (McKie); Tell out, my soul (Woodlands); There is one Lord (Taize); Forth in thy name (song 34)
Conductor CHRISTOPHER GOWER Research HELENA TAYLOR Producer CHRIS LOUGHLIN Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Contributors

Unknown: Ian Gall
Unknown: Michael Taylor
Unknown: Colin Burton
Unknown: Tomas Tellez
Conductor: Christopher Gower
Conductor: Research Helena Taylor
Producer: Chris Loughlin
Editor: Stephen Whittle

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