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with Jackie Pullinger
The last of six programmes
Fifteen years ago JACKIE PULLINGER arrived in Hong Kong intending to be a missionary, but without support from any of the established societies. She talks to Richard Baker about her work in the Walled City, a shanty town and haven for criminals, drug addicts and prostitutes. The hymns she chooses to reflect her experience and faith are sung by THE CHOIR OF HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, BROMPTON ROAD conductor PAUL JOSLIN organist COLIN STEWART
Pianist PETER DUCKWORTH and worship folk group CLOUD leader PHILIP LAWSON JOHNSTON
To God be the glory; It is a thing most wonderful; My song is love unknown; A new commandment; We see the Lord; And can it be; 0 praise ye the Lord; Tell out, my soul; I am the bread of life: Come down, 0 love divine; Make me a channel of your peace. Film director JIM MURRAY
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT


Unknown: Jackie Pullinger
Unknown: Jackie Pullinger
Unknown: Richard Baker
Conductor: Paul Joslin
Organist: Colin Stewart
Pianist: Peter Duckworth
Leader: Philip Lawson Johnston
Director: Jim Murray

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