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Songs of Praise

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from Youth Action 89.
Sue Rinaldi, of the group Heartbeat, and Krishnan Guru-Murthy , from DEF II, join thousands of young people at Youth Action 89 - a lively event held at the Wembley Conference Centre this summer, which offered a huge variety of activities and ideas. In the spirit of the event, this edition of Songs of Praise focuses on the faith and the music of 3,000 young Christians. Their worship is fresh and joyful, and the programme explores projects from a touring drama group, to an organisation set up to help Christian prisoners of conscience.
Glory: 0 Lord, the Clouds Are
Gathering: I Will Follow: Weight of the World: We Shall Stand: God
Never Fails: Am I Forgotten? Stir My Heart: Raise Up an Army.
Musical director DAVID PEACOCK Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Film director ANN RICHARDSON OB director CHRIS LOUGHUN Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
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Unknown: Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Director: David Peacock
Director: Researcher Kerena Marchant
Director: Ann Richardson
Director: Chris Loughun
Producer: Christopher Mann
Editor: Roger Hutchings

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