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There is a Green Hill

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There is a green hill far away Without the city wall....
Cecil Alexander , the wife of the Bishop of Derry, composed many of her famous hymns not far from Grianin Ailigh - the old fort that was the royal seat and stronghold of the ancient kings of Ulster. The fort stands on a hill outside the historic city of Derry. Choirs and artists from the district come together in the environs of the ancient fort, to sing the music and words of Easter. Music associate JOHN ANDERSON Producer JAMES SKELLY Director IAN HAMILTON

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil Alexander
Unknown: Grianin Ailigh
Unknown: John Anderson
Producer: James Skelly
Director: Ian Hamilton

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There is a Green Hill

BBC Two England, 16 April 1987 16.00






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