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Songs of Praise

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from Halesowen
Tonight's programme from the Parish Church of St John the Baptist is introduced by GERRY monte , who talks to local people about their life and faith and the hymns they like to sing. Ye holy angels bright (DarwaU's 148th); We sing the praise of Him who died (Bow Brickhill); What a friend we have In Jesus; Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); When all Thy mercies (Contemplation); The old rugged cross: My God. I thank Thee (Wentworth): 0 sacred Heart (Laurence): All my hope on God is founded (Michael)
Conductor STUART PICKFORD Organist BERTRAM POWELL Film director jim MURRAY
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer ANDREW BARR

Contributors

Introduced By: Gerry Monte
Conductor: Stuart Pickford
Organist: Bertram Powell
Director: Jim Murray
Producer: Michael Shoesmith
Producer: Andrew Barr

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