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Songs of Praise

Synopsis

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A special hospital edition for St Luke's-tide from
Southwark Cathedral.
St Luke was a physician and became adopted as the patron saint of medicine. Roger Royle has been to
St Thomas 's and Guy's hospitals in London to meet the staff and patients. In an early St Thomas 's operating theatre he meets a modern surgeon, Professor Ian McColl , who explains how medical technology has brought problems along with solutions. Staff and patients from Guy's, Thomas's and their sister hospitals gather in nearby Southwark
Cathedral to sing their songs of praise.
Hymns: 0 praise ye the Lord
(Laudate Dominum); Dear Lord and Father (Repton); Love divine
(Blaenwern); And can it be (Sagina): Crown him with many crowns
(Diademata): Freely, freely God is love (Abbot's Leigh); 0 Jesus, I have promised (Thornbury)
Conductor STUART MEYER
Film director CHRIS LOUGHLIN Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Contributors

Unknown: Roger Royle
Unknown: St Thomas
Unknown: St Thomas
Unknown: Professor Ian McColl
Conductor: Stuart Meyer
Director: Chris Loughlin
Producer: Christopher Mann
Producer: Stephen Whittle

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